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Subject Re: xmlbeans versions -- please respond
Date Tue, 12 Jul 2005 23:06:46 GMT
+1 for moving to xmlbeans v2 in HEAD and M4


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David Jencks <> wrote on 13/07/2005 06:45:26 AM:

> After struggling with various attempts to use several incompatible 
> versions at once, I have geronimo + openejb working with xmlbeans v2.
> I've modified the plugin to install the schemas that are compiled into 
> the artifact jar file under typically META-INF/schema, and these 
> schemas can be extracted by the xmlbeans plugin entity resolver to 
> resolve schema imports.  This dramatically reduces the use of a catalog 
> and makes it possible to remove the difficult-to-keep-synchronized 
> copies of geronimo schemas that are in openejb-builder/src/schema.
> I've run a lot of the tck and get the same results with v2 as v1.
> I'd like to commit this, well, now to at least the HEAD of geronimo and 
> openejb.  Any objections?  I would like to do this very soon, such as 
> this evening.
> As part of the snapshot cleanup for m4 we should stop using the 1.0-DEV 
> version and upgrade to something that's been released.  Choices are 
> 1.0.4 and 2.0.0.  I'd prefer 2, and would be more enthusiastic about 
> looking for problems with that upgrade, but don't insist.
> I will note that having different version of xmlbeans on two versions 
> of geronimo is incredibly inconvenient, since a complete rebuild is 
> needed when switching from one to the other.  It may be that having 
> different versions (M4 vs SNAPSHOT) will make this problem go away, but 
> I haven't tested this theory.
> Opinions on moving M4 to xmlbeans2?
> I've opened GERONIMO-738 to track this and to let people look at the 
> patches to evaluate especially applying to M4.
> thanks
> david jencks

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