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From Sten Roger Sandvik <...@x3m.com>
Subject Re: Felix HttpService improvement...
Date Wed, 29 Jul 2009 16:36:48 GMT
Great. I am on a vacation right now, but when I'm back I will make available
the code and binaries so that others can play with it.

// srs

On Tue, Jul 28, 2009 at 4:39 PM, Richard S. Hall <heavy@ungoverned.org>wrote:

> On 7/28/09 2:44 AM, Rob Walker wrote:
>
>> We're a big user of the current felix Jetty http.
>>
>> Would definitely welcome any improvement/enhancement - personally I'd like
>> to see it as a parallel implementation initially, so we can look at both
>> side by side. And then later, if/when everyone is happy and has moved across
>> then we could look to deprecate the existing one.
>>
>> My motives are purely selfish here - we have a lot of live users on the
>> current implementation, and have had a couple of issues in the past where
>> changes broke these implementations. So it'd be good to be able to stage any
>> migration.
>>
>
> Even if we replace the existing impl, the old binary and source releases do
> not go away, so no one would be forced to upgrade before they were
> ready...of course, if there is some irreconcilable incompatibility between
> the two then we'd have an issue, but I doubt that would be the case since
> they are supposed to be implementing the same spec.
>
> Well, it sounds like there is sufficient interest, so it would be great if
> Sten could make it available for people to play with via JIRA.
>
> What do you think, Sten?
>
> -> richard
>
>
>
>> On the plus note - although our usage is quite basic, we do stick strictly
>> to what OSGi exposes as the HttpService API layer and use no other features.
>> So we make quite a good test site to ensure the fundamentals of the base API
>> are working as per the spec.
>>
>> Regards
>>
>> -- Rob
>>
>>
>>

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