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From "Rony G. Flatscher" <Rony.Flatsc...@wu-wien.ac.at>
Subject A typo and next steps?
Date Mon, 02 Jan 2006 15:44:36 GMT
Hi there,

first a typo:

    org.apache.bsf.util.event.generator.ByteUtility.byteArrayToDounle(byte
    value[])
        should read ('b' instead of 'n' in 'byteArrayToDounle'):
    org.apache.bsf.util.event.generator.ByteUtility.byteArrayToDouble(byte
    value[])

Next steps?

    * What should be the next steps, undertaken by whom and by when ?
    * Suggestion:
          o Remove the debug-interface (by 2006-02-15? Sanka, Nandinka?).
          o Add a version of "addEventListener()" which supplies the
            event-object to the script (by 2006-02-15, Sanjiva as one of
            the original authors who is acquainted with ByteCode-creation?).
          o Test the dynamic creation of event listeners against swt and
            the OpenOffice.org Java interface (by 2006-02-28? Everyone?
            OOo in any case by Rony?).
          o Update the Jakarta-BSF-web site, add daily builds to make
            sure that people are downloading the latest jar (e.g.
            recurring problems with Rhino which have been lifted long
            ago by Victor) (by 2006-03-15, Victor?).
          o Seal off this version (by 2006-03-15), make it GA (general
            available) by means of voting: verison number BSF 2.0.
    * Make BSF 3.0 a beta-download, adapt it to meet the latest changes
      in signatures of JSR-223 (by 2006-04-01, Sanka, Nandinka?)
          o This will stir interest in BSF quite considerably, I assume.
            Reasoning: JSR-223 will only be made available by Sun for
            Java 6, no plans to support earlier versions of Java so far.

So what do you think?

An exciting New Year 2006 for Jakarta's BSF and to all of us involved 
with it!
:)

---rony


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