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From "n. alex rupp" <>
Subject Re: velocity-based debug console
Date Mon, 16 Feb 2004 04:09:12 GMT
We've got the following:

CLI console
Swing console
Web console
JMX debugging console

So perhaps we should have:


Can they all be classified as applications?  I know the two web apps can--if the
other two can as well I'm game for an "applications" branch : )  We should also
consider how to name the  .WAR files for the two web applications in this list.

I guess "jmx-debug.war" and "server-management.war" might work out.  So you'd
have "...8080/jmx-debug/" and "...8080/server-management/"

I'm happy with however you guys decide to name these, as long as they make some
logical sense to the users and aren't any more verbose than is necessary.

N. Alex Rupp

----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Dain Sundstrom" <>
To: <>
Sent: Sunday, February 15, 2004 1:24 PM
Subject: Re: velocity-based debug console

> I think we need a new naming convention.  The console-<type> was
> designed with the idea that we would have a single console of each type
> (e.g., console-web, console-gui, console-cli).  Now the new stuff is
> not a management console, just a debug tool, so console-<type> doesn't
> really fit.  Instead debug-web, would fit better, unfortunately that
> name implies it is a debug tool for web applications, which it
> definitely is not.  This is why I think we need a new naming
> convention.
> Also Jeremy suggested the other day that we put these modules into a
> new applications "modules-tree" (e.g. geronimo/modules/console-web
> becomes geronimo/applications/console-web/).  Another idea is to use a
> two level deep tree (e.g. geronimo/modules/console-debug becomes
> geronimo/applications/console/web/).
> What ever we decide, I think we need to readdress the naming convention
> for applications.
> -dain

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