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From Ivan <>
Subject Re: Eliminating the svn repo
Date Wed, 24 Jun 2009 08:46:58 GMT
For Dojo 0.4.3, debug-portlet is still using it.
For 1.1.1 dojo-mini, I remember that all the unuseful files are removed from
it, it is created there for reduce the size of Geronimo binary file.

2009/6/24 David Jencks <>

> The svn repo is a terrible idea and violates the principle that all the
> dependencies of anything in the maven central repo, must be in the maven
> central repo.  I've been working to remove the need for stuff in there with
> some success.
> What's left is:
> jtidy.  This appears to be a dependency only of the testsuite-maven-plugin.
>  The project is not very active, although it is built with maven 2.  Does
> anyone know what exactly it's used for?  Can we get rid of it?  Otherwise I
> guess we'll have to see if we can get the project to release something.
> directwebremoting.  Our version (2.0.5)  appears to have been released but
> not to a maven repo.  There's a 3.0.M1 released milestone.  I suggest we try
> it and see if it works for us.  Does anyone know if the 2.0.3 version would
> work?
> dojo.  I don't know what's in our 0.4.3  dojo-ajax and 1.1.1 dojo-mini jars
> but I see maven releases of dojo-war at 1.1.1, 1.2 and 1.3  Maybe we can
> extract what we need from this.  Are we still using the 0.4.3 stuff? There's
> a 0.4.3 dojo-rhino jar..... maybe it's related.
> thanks
> david jencks


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