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From "Phil Steitz" <>
Subject Re: [naming] Getting started...
Date Sun, 24 Aug 2003 15:58:18 GMT
Eric Pugh wrote:
> As far as getting your two jars built, if you think that your opt jars are
> going to have a ton of odd/different dependencies, then using a single maven
> project and two subprojects works well.  The sub projects share any common
> project elements from the top project, but function as two existing seperate
> projects.

Thanks, Eric.  That sounds like a good approach. I am still not sure 
exactly where the boundaries are going to be, but right now it looks 
like initially we will have the parent core and one or more fully 
dependent children.  Any ideas that you have on the simplest way to set 
this up (without resorting to piles of jellyscript) would be much 
appreciated. Thanks in advance.

>>-----Original Message-----
>>From: Phil Steitz []
>>Sent: Sunday, August 24, 2003 2:03 AM
>>To: Jakarta Commons Developers List
>>Subject: [naming] Getting started...
>>Anyone have any objections to my adding myself to STATUS and
>>starting on
>>the following:
>>1. fix a couple of package declarations to make the build work
>>2. find a way to get both "core" and "opt" jars generated. My current
>>thinking is that core will include everything but the factory
>>implementations.  Feedback on this appreciated.
>>3. get cracking on some unit tests for the core elements
>>4. encapsulate the tomcat server.xml JDNI resource
>>configuration stuff
>>to add support for xml configuration files
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