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From Kresten Krab Thorup <>
Subject Re: CORBA
Date Tue, 08 Nov 2005 12:08:28 GMT
> David Jencks wrote:
> While we figure out the best way to compile idl in maven2, the best  
> module structure etc etc could we commit the patches so we don't  
> get into patch hell?  svn is much more convenient to use for source  
> control than jira.  Are the patches entirely against sandbox/ 
> freeorb?   Shall I apply them?

The patch is agains specs/geronimo-specs-corba *and* sandbox/freeorb;  
with this patch you can build the specs with maven 1, and then  
sandbox/freeorb with maven2.  But it seems that Alan is working at  
making it all in Maven2; so perhaps we should better wait till that  
is achieved.


> thanks
> david jencks
> Hoping to have a minute to look at this very soon....
> On Nov 7, 2005, at 4:52 AM, Kresten Krab Thorup wrote:
>> I submitted a patch for GERONIMO-1111 some time last week, and all  
>> I have heard back is that the JIRA entry now says "patch  
>> available".  Apparently the changes have not been submitted to the  
>> trunk; is there anything else I should do to make that happen?
>> It's rather challenging to work effectively here if we cannot  
>> share code through a source repository.  I understand that you  
>> cannot guarantee any particular turn around, but if it is this  
>> slow then I might as well work out of a local source repository  
>> here and then submit a new tar ball every once in a while.
>> FYI, we have spent some time last week on the build setup, M2 and  
>> figuring a good way to do tests and in general just figuring out  
>> how to "play by the rules here" in the geronimo build world.
>> Kresten Krab Thorup
>> "We do not inherit the Earth from our parents, we borrow it from  
>> our children."
>> Saint Exupery

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