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From "Antonio Gallardo" <>
Subject Re: Questions on upgrading cocoon used by Forrest
Date Tue, 30 Nov 2004 01:17:21 GMT
Hi Rick:

I guess some of your questions are answered here:

Best Regards,

Antonio Gallardo.

<cita quiƩn="Rick Tessner">
> Hi devs,
> I've been looking at upgrading cocoon to resolve
> (Multi-user capability) and
> I'm running into a bit of an issue.
> First off, I'd like to do this for both the forrest_06_branch and the
> trunk.
> I've built cocoon off the cocoon trunk and copied the build/cocoon.jar
> to the lib/core of forrest.  When I do a "forrest run", I get the cocoon
> error "Initialization Problem ... Interface Composable is not supported
> anymore. Please change class
> org.apache.cocoon.components.language.generator.ProgramGeneratorImpl to
> use Serviceable instead."
> I believe this to be related to the cocoon-xsp-block-2.2.0-dev.jar which
> I guess means I'd have to replace that jar as well.
> Before I go off and cause people to start downloading potentially
> unnecessary jars I have a couple of questions:
> 1.  Are there preferred build properties when building cocoon?
> 2.  Is it best to replace all cocoon*.jar's when upgrading cocoon?
> 3.  Are there any related config files that relate to gump that may need
> to be updated?
> 4.  Is it worth upgrading something like cocoon to fix one problem or is
> it better to wait until there's a "critical mass" of fixes available?
> (Just thinking about network bandwidth for users using the svn trunk)
> --
> Rick Tessner
> rick at apache dot org

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