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From Willem Jiang <>
Subject Re: Winding down 2.6.0
Date Tue, 27 Mar 2012 01:56:29 GMT
I think we could add more integration tests of OSGi to catch the new 
bundle bugs.
I'm willing to help that in the next few weeks :)

On Tue Mar 27 02:17:06 2012, Daniel Kulp wrote:
> We're fast approaching 6 months since CXF 2.5.0 was released.   The
> migration guide keeps getting longer and longer (requires scrolling down
> now) which kind of shows we're getting enough 'stuff' to definitely warrant
> a release.   Thus, I really think we should get the release out in a couple
> weeks.
> Last week, Glen, Sergey, and I went through every single CXF sample and made
> sure they compiled and ran per the instructions in readme.   With over 40
> samples, not a small undertaking.  :-)   We're also in the process of
> checking all the extra examples that Talend has (and Glen has on his blog)
> and getting things updated.   Part of the reason for all of this is to make
> sure the release notes accurately describes any migration steps necessary,
> but it also helps to ensure everything actually works, but examples still
> make sense, etc...
> In the next week or so, I plan to test more with Camel (there are some test
> failures with 2.6.0, but they may be issues in the tests) and likely do a
> bit more OSGi related testing.   The major change in 2.6.0 is the split of
> the big bundle into the little bundles and updating the features.xml to use
> the little bundles.    Definitely want to test that as thoroughly  as
> possible.  I also want to check the distribution and "big bundle" things to
> make sure everything that is required is included.   We do have a bunch of
> new jars so they may need updating to make sure everything is pulled in.
> There are likely some JIRA's I may look at as well.
> Anyway, I wanted to toss this out to get an idea of anything else folks may
> have on their plates to get in soon.   If everyone could take a look at any
> JIRA"s they have assigned to themselves and such and update things, that
> would be great.

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