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From Emmanuel Lecharny <elecha...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: [jira] Created: (DIRSERVER-900) Reduce the number of jars
Date Fri, 13 Apr 2007 21:38:10 GMT
Alex Karasulu a écrit :

> We're actually going to be going in the opposite direction with OSGi 
> when we
> break things down into fine grained services.  We may reach 100 jars 
> if we
> do it right.

I don't think that this direction is incompatible with another target, 
which is a packaged version (and this is the target I was talking about 
in this JIRA)

>
> We can use an assembly to create one jar if that makes people happy.  But
> this JIRA is a waste considering our direction.

Make people happy seems important to me :)
Just consider that micro-decision (like create an hundred of jars for 
internal reasons) should not be opposed to macro-decision (packaging the 
server in a couple of jars for people hapiness), but it's obviously 
another task for us (vreating the pckages, managing them, ect...).

I personnaly think that delivering a server composed of an hundred of 
jars for technical reasons like OSGI, and to impose this choice to user 
to be just a wrong move. Not that OSGI is the bad direction, but users 
should not be aware of that if they don't want to be.

Of course, I just express my very own opinion here, not the project 
opinion. We will have to discuss this point, for sure !

Emmanuel


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