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From Anders Hessellund Jensen <>
Subject Re: CSIv2 code
Date Wed, 31 May 2006 18:16:49 GMT
Alan D. Cabrera wrote:
> Anders Hessellund Jensen wrote:
>> Alan D. Cabrera wrote:
>>> I'm trying to grok where there was a discussion for all that code 
>>> that you just checked in.  Was this something that you were working 
>>> on your own and just decided to check it in?
>> Hi Alan,
>> It is just the org.omg.* classes related to security (taken from our 
>> Trifork ORB, much easier than messing around with IDL).
> I am not a big fan of storing generated source code into SVN.  What are 
> other people's opinions?

The initial contribution came with the generated source, so I thought i 
would continue in that manner instead of setting up a new build.

I agree that we should set up a proper specs project that generates the 
classes from idl.

Do you think the corba specs project should be in Geronimos repo or in 
Yokos repo?

>> I have also checked in some portable interceptors, which implement 
>> GSSUP. They are also from the Trifork ORB, but since they are fully 
>> portable i thought I would check it in also for everyone to see. They 
>> are not currently used.
>> The code added does not affect anything, so I did not see any problem 
>> just checking it in.
> Someone could have been working on it or intending to work on it and, 
> like you, never bothered to tell people that something was in progress.
> I think that people should file Jiras to announce what they intend to 
> do.  A little discussion about it on the dev list would be better than 
> none.

I'll keep that in mind in the future.

> Can you tell me what is Trifork's plan on releasing code from their code 
> base?  At the moment, it strikes me as a bit ad hoc.

The plan is to release code when needed. I don't think we have any code 
now that can be easily transferred to Yoko.


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