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From Alex Karasulu <aok...@bellsouth.net>
Subject Re: [release] How are we all progressing
Date Tue, 14 Dec 2004 06:23:57 GMT
Phil Steitz wrote:

> Alex Karasulu wrote:

<snip/>

>> I actually thought you'd want to get a 1.0 out there. Looked to me 
>> like naming was pretty much mature.  There's no API changes that are 
>> going to happen because it's basically JNDI so its was ok IMHO to get 
>> a 1.0 out there.   However I know very little about the state of 
>> naming so its just stuff I'm pulling out of my arse at the moment 
>> (just a sense).
>
>
> Unfortunately, I expect that there may be some API changes / 
> deprecations in 1.0 -- obviously not in the JNDI APIs but in
> a) the way naming contexts are created and associated with threads, 
> classloaders and user-defined objects
> b) context access control
> c) configuration
> All of these are now generically usable but really tomcat-centric. 
> Could be no incompatible changes will be required; but I think it 
> would be wiser at this point to start with a 0.8, then pop 0.9 and 1.0 
> fairly quickly thereafter, incorporating user feedback from the 0.x's 
> to get a really solid 1.0.  Sound OK?
>
Oh yeah just wondering :).

Alex

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