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From Brett Porter <br...@apache.org>
Subject [JCI] proposed contribution
Date Tue, 10 May 2005 01:44:27 GMT
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Hi,

I've been looking over JCI (Java Compiler Interface) in the sandbox and
have quickly checked in with Torsten about it's current alpha state, as
I hadn't seen much development on it. As far as I understand, it is only
used in Cocoon at present.

I'd like to contribute some related code we have in Maven that is very
similar so that we can increase the number of available compilers, share
bugfixes and collaborate on the design.

Some changes I'd propose:
- - split the compilers into separate JARs (eclipse, janino, etc) with
the main code being in an API module. This avoids large dependencies
like Eclipse's jdtcore being required if you only want javac, for example.
- - add a javac and jikes compiler implementation from our end

Any objections?

Cheers,
Brett
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