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From Jason Dillon <ja...@planet57.com>
Subject [VOTE RESULT] Release GShell 1.0-alpha-1
Date Wed, 19 Dec 2007 20:39:28 GMT
This vote has passed with 8 +1, no other votes.

I will release this later today.

--jason


On Dec 14, 2007, at 6:02 PM, Jason Dillon wrote:

> Oh ya... the time is now, all you party people get out on the floor  
> and shake what your mother gave ya...
>
> This is the *first* _official_ release of GShell... and I invite all  
> of you to go an have a quick look over the only docs we got at the  
> moment:
>
>    http://cwiki.apache.org/GSHELL
>
> More docs are on there way I can assure you... as well as more  
> features, functionality and fun with your command-line... aight!
>
> * * *
>
> GShell has been a dream of mine for... er um what seems like years  
> now... oh wait it has been years.  And well, the universe has  
> finally aligned and things are falling into place quite nicely I'd  
> say.  Some external groups are already consuming these goodies,  
> others have asked me about it, and there might even been some  
> commercial apps wanting a simple/easy/kick-ass command-line (remote  
> scriptable) interface to their application on the horizon too.
>
> If any of you remember the JBucks days, when I whittled Twiddle out  
> of thin air as a pluggable command-line  framework (only realized to  
> invoke lame JMX muck)... well, GShell is here to carve out its own  
> notch... or well, I hope it can get sharp enough to cut something.   
> I think it will... just believe, imagine and well we make dreams  
> reality her in the land of source which is open... na... aighty.
>
> Keep in mind this is an *alpha-1* release, and is a little rough (or  
> in some cases more than a little) around the corners.  I hope, with  
> the help, guidance and suggestions of the community, that we can  
> sort though all of the significant issues and polish GShell off  
> enough to make it generally mass-consumable by applications (like  
> ServiceMix, ActiveMQ, and other sister server-orient projects which  
> need a sophisticated command-line interface for administration,  
> configuration, whatever).
>
> This version of GShell was inspired a little (okay... a lot) by the  
> work I've done on the Groovy projects 'groovysh' command-line tool ( http://groovy.codehaus.org/Groovy+Shell

>  ).  Actually working on 'groovysh' really helped me to figure out  
> many things w/GShell... and maybe one day Groovy's 'groovysh' will  
> actually use GShell as a framework, though there is a bit of work  
> left in the core to make that a reality.  For folks that haven't use  
> my new 'groovysh', you can easily have a look by using the 'groovy- 
> maven-plugin', as in:
>
>    mvn groovy:shell
>
> You'll notice a lot of similarities between 'groovysh' and 'gsh' I'm  
> sure.
>
> * * *
>
> While working on this release I've come to realize that GShell and  
> Maven2 are very similar creatures... which I'll elaborate on more in  
> the future... but because of that significant functionality which is  
> already implemented in Maven2 is 90% (or sometimes more) compatible  
> with the direction GShell is headed towards.  For example, one  
> feature alpha-2 will have is to allow command plugins to define  
> 'dependencies' just as a Maven project does now.  And GShell can be  
> configured (a bit more flexibly than Maven ATM) for how to find  
> those dependencies (in a local repo, in a remote repo, in some uber- 
> jar, etc).  This will all leverage the maturing Maven2 codebase.  So  
> in some ways GShell will grow with Maven2 as they both become more  
> and more functional, stable, reliable... and well ass-kicking no  
> doubt.
>
> Um... crap, I'm e-babbling again; sorry.   So, lets vote and push  
> this puppy out already... ?!
>
> +1	Oh ya, come on baby... you know you want it
> +0	Um... I don't know what is wrong with batch personally, can't we  
> just use that?
> -1	I like cheese, cheese makes me happy... but damn it cheese won't  
> let me remotely administer my application... wtf, no way... WAIT!!!!
>
> So, its Friday evening, 6ish PST... so lets say _sometime_ on  
> Tuesday the 25th I'll call the vote.  That is a little more than 72  
> hours... so get your #2 pencils out and shake what your mother gave  
> ya...
>
> --jason
>
>


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