I'd like to try it :-)
Jay -- many thanks for trying out the patch and committing it.
I think the last artifact in our svn repo is the dojo 0.4.3. I can't find it released anywhere but the source code is in a handy svn repo. I cooked up a modification of our war-packaging for it that uses the maven scm plugin to check out the source so it can be packaged easily. I wonder if someone could try this out and see if it works?
-- check out new war project and build it
svn co https://svn.apache.org/repos/asf/geronimo/external/trunk/geronimo-dojo-0.4.3
mvn clean install
-- modify the plugins/dojo-legacy stuff so that
geronimo-dojo-legacy is not built
the dojo-legacy-jetty and dojo-legacy-tomcat plugins use the geronimo-dojo-0.4.3-1.0-SNAPSHOT war file instead of the geronimo-dojo-legacy war.
-- build the server and see if the parts that use the legacy dojo still work (debug views??? I'm not sure)
On Jul 10, 2009, at 6:58 AM, Kevan Miller wrote:
On Jul 9, 2009, at 5:59 PM, David Jencks wrote:
On Jul 9, 2009, at 2:44 PM, Jay D. McHugh wrote:
I'm starting to take a look at it today.
They have a 1.3.1 version out - any objections to me switching the patch
to use it?
Not at all -- I just thought I'd start small since usually I change 18 things at once and then can't tell what change broke what feature :-)
I think kevan mentioned offline he might take a look also. I think I've been running locally with this patch for a couple weeks and haven't seen any admin console problems, but that doesn't mean much one way or another.
I built with the patch and ran testsuite on Jetty. Everything looked good to me (except for a corba-testsuite test that hung).
If you can test with the latest Dojo version and things look good to you, I'd say go ahead and apply the updates.