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From David Crossley <cross...@apache.org>
Subject Re: Cocoon for Forrest
Date Thu, 24 Jun 2010 08:03:09 GMT
Stefan Bodewig wrote:
> David Crossley wrote:
> > Stefan Bodewig wrote:
> >> David Crossley wrote:
> >>> Stefan Bodewig wrote:
> >>>>
> >>>>  - ask the Forrest and Lenya communities which parts of Cocoon 2.x they
> >>>>    need, remove the Cocoon reactor and only build the parts needed,
> >>>>    finally start building Forrest and Lenya again.
> 
> >>> For Forrest, we use Cocoon-2.1 branch (i.e. the Ant-based build)
> >>> and various blocks.
> 
> >> Is there still any development on the 2.1 branch at all (bug fixes,
> >> whatever)
> 
> > It is sporadic. There has been some desire expressed on the Cocoon dev
> > list to keep maintaining it. However only some commit activity has followed.
> 
> >> or would it make sense to consider it stale and just package
> >> up the jars Forrest needs?
> 
> > Perhaps we could do that until there is further activity
> > at Cocoon.
> 
> > Would someone please refer me to a useful example of a
> > "packaged" gump project.
> 
> > Where would the packaged jars be stored?
> 
> One of the (many) pain points in Gump.  Currently they are stored inside
> svn in a PMC private area - so we don't distribute a few things.  I
> think I've added the blocks you need and a cocoon21 project that holds
> all necessary jars.

Thanks. For Forrest, i will specifically add the "depend" stuff
that we used to obtain via the old Cocoon-2.1 gump descriptor.

Of course, it would be better if cocoon21 was being built by Gump.
Both the Forrest and Cocoon communities can use assistance.

Would it cause too much work for Gump?

-David


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