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From Rob Walker <r...@ascert.com>
Subject Re: HTTP service implementation work...
Date Tue, 27 Jan 2009 15:45:41 GMT

Also note that 772 can probably be closed:


I put in an extensive narrative and left open for comment, but I think 
it's resolved satisfactorily (at least from our side)

-- Rob

Rob Walker wrote:
> Marcel
> We're an active user of the Http Service - it's the foundation of our 
> most recent GWT based web served application.
> Like you say, there aren't any tests in there, but I'll happily give 
> any new versions you create a spin in our App environment and see if 
> anything breaks.
> I closed a few JIRA issues that we needed recently - specifically 
> ensuring that timestamps were correctly returned so that browser and 
> proxy caching worked properly, adding a service property (forget who 
> asked for this), and a few other minor mods. In the process, I also 
> tweaked some alias handling which wasn't quite working to spec. All of 
> these are checked in, so the SVN logs show what we changed.
> I don't have any work in progress here that isn't checked in, so from 
> my side - go ahead. I'd hoped myself to tackle a few of the issues, 
> but probably won't get a chance over next few weeks. Happy if there's 
> ways I can help out or act as a sounding board for ideas though.
> Regards
> -- Rob
> Marcel Offermans wrote:
>> Is anybody currently working on any aspects of the HTTP service 
>> implementation? There is quite a list of issues in JIRA:
>> http://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/FELIX/component/12310340
>> I need some new features, so I'd like to get started, but I don't 
>> want to duplicate any work.
>> Also, who is using this bundle now? Since there are no tests for it, 
>> making changes might break things, so having people that use the 
>> bundle and can re-test a new version might help.
>> Greetings, Marcel


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