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From Dmitriy Kopylenko <>
Subject Re: Geronimo M4
Date Thu, 26 May 2005 18:53:16 GMT
+1 ... with the separate standalone (reusable) distribution units e.g. 
geronimo-tx.jar, geronimo-jca.jar (the ones I'm interested in) ;-)


Stefan Arentz wrote:

> On May 26, 2005, at 5:39 AM, Jeff Genender wrote:
>> Hi Philippe,
>> We are currently working towards an official release, so thanks for  
>> inquiring.  However, in the mean time, you are welcome to download  
>> the source and build a latest version for youself.  The source tree  
>> will contain the closest-to-M4 version and you should be able to  get 
>> started using Geronimo with the latest and greatest code.
> Would it make sense to split the release into two and have a  
> 'Geronimo Core (or Kernel)' and 'Geronimo J2EE' part? I would really  
> like to start doing some more serious work with Geronimo but I have  
> absolutely no interest in a complete J2EE environment. I'm sure there  
> are many people in the same situation.
> It could also make sense from a PR kind of view; right now it looks  
> like the project is stalled ... it has been a long time since an  
> official release was made. With a 'Geronimo Core' package that has a  
> v1.0.x version number that could change. Perception is reality :-)
>  S.

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