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From Henrib <hbies...@gmail.com>
Subject [JEXL] towards 2.0 release, code freeze ?
Date Tue, 28 Jul 2009 14:43:30 GMT

After JEXL-60 is reviewed & committed, it seems Jexl-2.0 could reach code
freeze.
All 1.1 pending bugs would be fixed, enhancements requests & new features
are in (assignment, ternary operators, UnifiedJEXL, constructor) and
micro-benchmarks seem to indicate better performance (for what it's worth). 
Checkstyle is clean, code coverage improved with more tests and the
refactoring that took place should make the code easier to maintain.
Any comments - and especially some committers cycles to review JEXL-60 -
would be very helpfull at this late stage; the patch is "heavy" so is in a
tar.gz form, instructions to apply in JEXL-60.
Some Jexl-users feedback (from API to doc and real-world perf) would also be
appreciated if anyone interested has time to spare.
Thanks
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