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From "Sung-Gu" <jeri...@apache.org>
Subject Re: more common classes need a home
Date Tue, 04 Feb 2003 04:42:41 GMT
   I think, as I see, 'Jakarta commons' indicates the square of applications
for the small fuctions  usefule to be used by other projects or
applications.
   It means there aren't any way to refer to some or several reusable
classes in an easiness.   BTW, jsd is asking to refer and use some classes,
I guess.  Any suggestions?

  Since the commons package has not been for only re-usable classes, (but
small apps)
I think it's better for me to start a new sandbox using URI and related
classes.
If it were going on, it would be an experimetal web client based on a new
archicture.

Sung-Gu

----- Original Message -----
From: "Tomasz Pik" <pikus@ais.pl>
Subject: Re: more common classes need a home


> Jeffrey Dever wrote:
> > There are still a bunch of classes that are in both HttpClient and
> > Slide.  In particular:
> > Base64.java
> > HttpsURL.java
> > HttpURL.java
> > URIException.java
> > URI.java
> > URIUtil.java
> > URLUtil.java
>
> Base64 into 'codec' but the rest?
> commons-net is reserved... in the time of moving from 'sandbox'.
> Maybe it's a good moment for change from commons-net to
> commons-protocols? Or maybe those classes should go into
> commons-lang (another subpackage, lang.net, another long
> discussion about the scope of lang :-)?
>
> --
> Regards
> Tomek Pik
>
> > Jandalf.

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