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From David Blevins <>
Subject Opening up xbean svn access (Fwd: Jar listing performance)
Date Thu, 09 Jun 2011 04:36:09 GMT
I and pretty much everyone with dual OpenEJB/Geronimo commit is likely way too busy to commit
this patch (XBEAN-176).

I wonder in general if we shouldn't just open up the xbean section of the repo since it is
more or less a commons area.  Would be nice to open it up to at least OpenEJB.  I.e. we just
tweak the svn auth file like so:

  @geronimo = rw
  @openejb = rw

Could potentially open it to OpenWebBeans at some point later if it starts using xbean-finder.
 So far talk on the OWB side has always been "lets move everything commons" which I suppose
we could do, but that seems like a lot of pointless refactoring and repackaging and moving
when we could just add a couple lines to the svn auth file.



Begin forwarded message:

> From: Romain Manni-Bucau <>
> Date: June 7, 2011 10:22:22 PM PDT
> To:
> Subject: Re: Jar listing performance
> Reply-To:
> In fact there are 2 kind of API for Jar/Zip: the ZipFile and the
> ZipInputStream (same for jars). If you use the inpout stream one ... you use
> an input stream so you read everything. If you use the file one you directly
> call native methods so under linux in particular it works better (i didn't
> test under windows but i hope it is the same).
> David said me we are using JarArchive:
> - Romain
> 2011/6/8 David Blevins <>
>> FYI, to Romain, regarding
>> There might be caching going on in the first call that makes the second
>> call go faster.  We should check that angle.  Maybe switch the order or loop
>> the main code a couple times.
>> -David

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