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From "Diogo Quintela (EF)" <>
Subject Re: [jelly] Releases of jelly and jelly-tags-xml ?
Date Thu, 19 Jan 2006 12:03:26 GMT
I back you up Greg.
Indeed, we are only using those because of core/xml related changes (xml
pipeline / xml namespace) introduced to support those xsd declarations
(but are by far more than that)

Paul Libbrecht has worked on those

Regarding releasing as RC, I am +1 on this, but after-all, that's only my
silent vote :-)


> Hi list,
> As recently and quickly discussed on irc with Dion, I was wondering if
> there would be any possible plans for releasing jelly and
> jelly-tags-xml. I'm writing as one of the xdoclet2 developers: we
> currently depend on post-1.0 snapshots of both of -core and -tags-xml,
> and, as you might guess, we'd very much like to switch back to stable
> releases.
> As far as I can tell, the only reason we use these versions is because
> they added support for xsd declarations in generated xml documents.
> (And xdoclet2 has plugins to generate j2ee descriptors which require
> an xsd declaration)
> Of course we'd be very keen on testing any RC, and our test codebase
> might help in that respect.
> Does this sound feasible / would anyone be interested in pushing this out
> ?
> Thanks,
> greg
> ps: the snapshots we currently use are actually timestamped versions:
> commons-jelly-20050813.225330 & commons-jelly-tags-xml-20050823.222913
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