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From "Gavin" <>
Subject RE: [jira] Commented: (FOR-1108) Dispatcher, Cocoon 2.1 and Windows
Date Tue, 02 Dec 2008 11:52:37 GMT

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Thorsten Scherler []
> Sent: Tuesday, 2 December 2008 9:43 PM
> To:
> Subject: RE: [jira] Commented: (FOR-1108) Dispatcher, Cocoon 2.1 and
> Windows
> El lun, 01-12-2008 a las 12:04 +1000, Gavin escribió:
> ...
> > I checked the PDF plugin again as this was never broken on Windows and
> found
> > that the exact same fix we recently found we needed to do to other
> plugins
> > was already present in the PDF plugin.
> >
> > Thorsten committed this change back in February 18th [1] with the log
> > message of 'making resources usable from other plugins' .
> ...
> >
> > [1] -
> >
> in
> > .output.pdf/locationmap.xml?r1=628558&r2=628586&diff_format=h
> Yeah, actually if we want to reuse resources from other plugins the
> relative path does not work in the lm for plugins.
> The solution to add as fallback the absolute location will work for all
> plugin as I understand it and brings the benefit of usability of the
> resources.

Thanks, it also happens to be a (not necessarily the) fix for getting trunk
working again for Windows Devs. We need to look a bit higher up in the chain
as to what makes this work and if we can find a solution without having to
have this fallback permanently in all plugins, current and future.

I don't know why, I just have the niggling feeling that because it works
without this fix for Linux/MAC then applying the above fix for Windows feels
to me like a hack.

However, if the above fix is useful in general for making reusable resources
available by default then it doesn't feel so bad. Combine that with talk of
future and markably different direction(s) for Forrest as a whole then it
might just be acceptable.

I will spend some more time tomorrow delving a bit deeper and see what I can
find as a better solution if there is one, any hints as to where to look
would be great. If I or someone else doesn't come up with one soon, then as
I've mentioned before, I'll commit what I've got.

If any other Windows Devs are able to confirm trunk also works for them with
these fixes that would be good also, and if there are any objections ...


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