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From A Leg <hale_in...@yahoo.com>
Subject Re: [jelly] How is managed class loading for embeded script
Date Mon, 08 Nov 2004 15:51:43 GMT
Hi Paul

Does that mean if user put any tag in the script he has to adapt build 
and recompile application ?
This question can seems stupid, but one advantage of script language is 
to avoid compiling.

Andre

Paul Libbrecht wrote:

> Le 8 nov. 04, à 13:46, A Leg a écrit :
>
>> I add jelly.properties and Resources.properties in my jar and error 
>> are not the same :
>
>
> That means the html tag-library is missing.
> Are you indeed invoking it ?
> I don't see it part of your jar, at least.
> Jelly is, typically, with a myriad of little jars. It's living on the 
> essence of maven which loves tiny, reusable, projects.
>
>>>> I have embedded jelly in some services of our project
>>>> http://compiere-mfgscm.sourceforge.net/
>>>
>
> That tastes really good !
> Compiere is a project that, five years ago, would have been immensely 
> precious to my task and would have saved some investment.
> I thought Compiere was not so much java-oriented... did I mistake ?
>
> We'd love to see this integration, once partially done, or once spoken 
> about, and put a link to it on the jelly web-site.
> I do believe jelly provides a great glue for entreprise-level 
> applications.
> But I only knew of Jira to have explicit use of this...
>
> paul
>
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