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From "Gary Gregory" <>
Subject RE: [ALL] Distributing an ide version
Date Thu, 04 Aug 2005 00:21:36 GMT

In my head I think of these pieces:
	All sources needed to produce other pieces.
	Runtime only, no source, no Javadoc, just the *runtime*. (or ide)
	What I need to use the component for my development (source zip
file and runtime).

Which now that I've written it out matches what you've proposed I see


> -----Original Message-----
> From: Stephen Colebourne []
> Sent: Wednesday, August 03, 2005 4:46 PM
> To: Jakarta Commons Developers List
> Subject: [ALL] Distributing an ide version
> Currently we make available two versions, src and bin.
> The src contains all the source code and xdocs. Occaisionaly the jar
> file is included (this is a related issue to this email thread).
> The bin contains the jar file, and the javadoc.
> Yet, whenever I download a commons package I always find myself
> downloading both - the bin to get the jar, and the src to get the
> to attach within my IDE (Eclipse).
> So, maybe we should consider having an ide download. This would
> the jar and the zipped src (no xdoc or package.html etc). This would
> a smaller download than either current dist, yet provide everything
> users need, and without two downloads.
> Am I talking rubbish? Would you download a Is it
> worth the effort?
> Stephen
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