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From MANDAR RAJE <man...@pathfinder.eng.sun.com>
Subject Re: Do we really need to check in the jar files?
Date Tue, 28 Mar 2000 17:53:20 GMT
rubys@us.ibm.com wrote:
> 
> > Mandar's original set of tags were based on Tomcat 3.0 (and associated
> > stuff).  To make sure he had a sane environment, he checked in the JARS
> he
> > was using at the time.
> 
> Makes sense. The first thing I will try to do is to reproduce his success
> with 3.0.
> 
> > Now that it's an official project, I agree that we shouldn't need to do
> the
> > JARs, but we've got to be unambiguous about what versions of what are
> > required.
> 
> Given the proximity to 3.1, I think it would be confusing to many to
> deliver it this way.  If you can wait a few days, I would like to verify
> that it not only works on 3.1, but also works with Linux and Win32 on both
> JDK 1.1.8 and JDK 1.2.2.  I'll also try the latest CVS and released
> versions of Xalan and Xerces.
> 
> > Please do start to play.  One of the holdups has been some permission
> issues
> > on CVS checkins.  I'd like to make sure that this works before we
> announce.
> 
> I just successfully made a cosmetic change.  Seemed to work OK.
> 
> - Sam Ruby

Hi Sam,

 I was having some cvs troubles with jakarta-taglibs. Now it
seems that something in my directory was corrupted. I am able 
to do checkins now. I have a version that works with Tomcat 3.1
and will check it real soon.

Mandar.

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