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From "Alan D. Cabrera" <l...@toolazydogs.com>
Subject Re: Specs directory structure
Date Mon, 31 Oct 2005 22:23:02 GMT
Brett Porter wrote, On 10/31/2005 12:52 PM:

>Not exactly. The soft version is the version that will be used if it
>fits in the valid ranges, and ignored if not. The conflict resolver in
>play decides whether to use the nearest or newest of these versions -
>in 2.0 only "nearest" was enabled.
>
>If you want to allow a range, you have to give it an actual range in
>the dependency declaration.
>
>We're certainly looking to make some improvements to this based on
>experience in 2.1 which is in planning now - so I appreciate any
>suggestions.
>
>Either scheme will let you do what you want using a range whether it
>is [2.4,2.5) or [1.0,); it's just a matter of what you find
>friendliest and most manageable from a perspective of releasing the
>specs.
>
>Maybe this is better:
>
>servlet-2.4-spec-1.0
>
>Where 1.0 is the version, servlet-2.4-spec is the artifact Id.
>  
>

That looks great, if that's what it takes to make sure that servlet-2.4 
is the artifact id.


Regards,
Alan




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