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From Thomas Fischer <tfisc...@apache.org>
Subject Re: jdk 1.3 support in torque generator
Date Tue, 26 Jul 2005 06:45:40 GMT
Hi,

simply forget my last email, the situation is already as I sugggested. I 
was mistaken by downloading the maven plugin in the base directory of 
torque, which is and should be dependent on both jndi and jdbc

   Sorry for the noise,

       Thomas

On Mon, 25 Jul 2005, Thomas Fischer wrote:

> Hi,
>
> I am unsure about whether we should still support jdk 1.3.x in the generator. 
> If we would drop it, we could also drop the dependencies on jndi.jar and 
> jdbc.jar, which are awful as they cannot be obtained from ibiblio, but have 
> to be downloaded from sun, unpacked, renamed and put into the right directory 
> in the maven local repository in order to run the maven plugin. For JDK 1.4 
> and later, this is not necessary any more because the jars are already 
> contained in the jdk.
>
> I would like to comment out the dependency on jndi and jdbc in the 
> generator's project xml and put a note 1) in the project xml itself and 2) on 
> the generator homepage to uncomment the dependecies if one uses jdk 1.3. This 
> would imply that people using jdk 1.3 would have to build the generator from 
> source.
>
> Note that the runtime should still support JDK 1.3 out of the box (However, I 
> am not sure about it because I did not try it lately)
>
> Are there any objections, other suggestions etc ?
>
>  Thomas
>
>
>
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