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From "Johan Lindquist" <jo...@kawoo.co.uk>
Subject Re: Announcement: The HiveTranse family welcomes new members
Date Mon, 03 Jan 2005 08:55:13 GMT
Hi Albert,

I think Howard has been working on something for this in the way of  
conditional contributions, but I can see the value of doing this even at  
the sub-module - some of our modules could definately benefit from this.

Cheers,

Johan


On Mon, 3 Jan 2005 11:55:22 +0800 (CST), Albert Kwong <mandr_ua@yahoo.com>  
wrote:

> Hi Jean,
>
> Thanks for putting in the effort.  These are all very
> essential components HiveMind needed.  I have some
> home grown solutions in these areas as well.
>
> You have hitted something I was thinking over the
> weekend.  As the number of reusable services grow, the
> number of jars grow (if we separate the concerns
> properly), which makes project/jar management more
> painful.  I think it would be nice to enhance
> HiveMind's <sub-module> element to conditionaly load
> sub modules.  e.g.
>
> <module id='hivetranse'>
>     <sub-module descriptor='hivelock.xml'
> condition='${hivelock.enable}'/>
>     <sub-module descriptor='hiveremote.xml'
> condition='${hiveremote.enable}'/>
> </module>
>
> This is especially useful if some unused services in
> the sub-modules are EagerLoaders, or if the unused
> service interface depends on some unused external
> jars.
>
> At the end, we can cheery pick sub-set of services
> from pre-packaged libraries to fit our own needs.
> Isn't that wonderful?
>
> Albert
>
>  --- Jean-Francois Poilpret <jfpoilpret@hcm.vnn.vn>
> 內容:
>> Dear HiveMind users,
>>
>> During the past weeks, I have been working on 2
>> utility modules for
>> HiveMind, one for Security purposes, the other to
>> provide remoting using the
>> Hessian or Burlap protocols.
>>
>> Currently, I have added those 2 modules to the
>> HiveTranse project on
>> SourceForge (yep I know this is not really the same
>> concern, but I felt a
>> bit lazy about starting new independent projects on
>> SF, anyway since they
>> share a piece of code and the build system, I
>> considered it made sense ;-)).
>>
>>
>> Although those modules are not yet well documented,
>> there are examples
>> showing how to use them.
>>
>> Please note that HiveLock (name of the security
>> module) does not yet have a
>> stable design (I am not quite satisfied with it yet,
>> it needs rework).
>>
>> Please do not hesitate to take a look at these
>> modules and comment (in
>> particular improvement to the HiveLock module).
>>
>> The original announcement on SourceForge follows.
>>
>> Cheers
>>
>> 	Jean-Francois
>>
>> Announcement on SourceForge: The HiveTranse family
>> welcomes new members!
>>
>> At the occasion of HiveTranse 0.3.1 release, the
>> HiveTranse project team is
>> glad to announce the addition of new sub-projects to
>> the HiveTranse project
>> on SourceForge.
>>
>> There are now two new projects added to the
>> distribution:
>> - HiveLock: a simple, easy to use, security
>> framework for HiveMind
>> applications
>> - HiveRemoting: a simple, easy to use, library to
>> enable distributed
>> applications based on HiveMind and based upon simple
>> ''remoting'' protocols
>> (currently Caucho Hessian and Burlap are supported)
>>
>> Although the new projects are not really related to
>> transactions, they have
>> been added to the HiveTranse project (after a
>> discussion on HiveTranse forum
>> on SourceForge).
>>
>> As of now, all modules come with the main HiveTranse
>> distribution packages.
>> In a near future, HiveTranse, HiveLock and
>> HiveRemoting will come in
>> separate packages. In addition, the web site for
>> HiveTranse project will
>> also change in order to provide a better separation
>> of concerns.
>>
>> Please note those 2 new projects are still ''young''
>> (in particular
>> HiveLock) and that they may not be very stable yet.
>> But feel free to try
>> them out and to discuss on possible improvements.
>>
>> For more information on HiveTranse:
>> http://sourceforge.net/projects/hivetranse/
>>
>> The HiveTranse/HiveLock/HiveRemoting team (!!!)
>>
>>
>>
>>
>>
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