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From Rob Harrop <r...@cakesolutions.net>
Subject Re: What's the status of Geronimo Spring integration?
Date Thu, 17 Feb 2005 11:49:47 GMT
Once this hurdle is overcome we can really start to push this forward. 
In particular, we can start to work on exposing services to Spring in a 
transparent manner using JNDI, JMX and nested Spring ApplicationContexts.

Rob

Jules Gosnell wrote:

> Bruce Snyder wrote:
>
>> I'm curious to know the status of the Geronimo Spring integration. The
>> last message I see is from Jeremy who was looking into an upgrade of
>> cglib to support the work that Jules is doing. Has there been any
>> progress beyond this to date? Jules, do you need any help with this
>> integration?
>>
>> Bruce  
>>
> no movement :-(
>
> I waited a while to see if anyone else had a complete working 
> build/test cycle that they could drop cglib into - no-one has come back.
>
> I tried to create the above (although my real concern is its impact 
> upon j2ee testing, which I assume the std testsuite does not 
> encompass) and the furthest that I have got is an OutOfMemoryError in 
> the openejb testsuite - I threw a number of flags and properties at 
> maven to try to get it to run the tests with more memory (I'm on 
> x86_64/AMD - if that makes any difference - Sun 1.4.2_05). Still no joy.
>
> I was just thinking about coming back to the list with this, when your 
> mail popped up.
>
> Can anyone help me out - I would love to check my code back in....
>
>
> Jules
>
> P.S.
>
> Once this is in, if you are interested in giving it a whirl and me 
> some feedback, I would be delighted to hear from you. If you can stand 
> my code formatting, there is still plenty to do - specifically 
> processing a META-INF/geronimo-spring.xml which needs to supply 
> meta-data about classloading and, I guess, describe which bits of 
> which beans need to be exposed to the kernel....
>

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