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From Łukasz Dywicki <l...@code-house.org>
Subject Re: [Vote][WebConsole] Camel / CXF / ServiceMix modules
Date Wed, 15 Aug 2012 12:14:32 GMT
Hey Ioannis,
We can optionally load Felix plugins. The only problem is - they're servlets and handle servlet
requests. That's completely doesn't fit a wicket request handling model. However, we can always
use some HTML frame. It looks ugly but Glassfish was doing that. :) The more important thing,
I believe, is a good developer guide showing people how to write particular extensions. Once
that will be done users will be able to migrate their plugins without fear.

Best regards,
Lukasz


Wiadomość napisana przez Ioannis Canellos w dniu 10 sie 2012, o godz. 16:33:

> I think that a release as a subproject is really needed. I am already aware
> of people using it and building on top of it and they would like to have a
> release.
> 
> I am not sure though, if the subproject should move into trunk. Here are
> some thoughts about it.
> 
> I feel that trunk needs to have one and only one webconsole. Either the
> felix webconsole or the karaf-webconsole, but I don't fancy having them
> both, for the obvious reasons.
> 
> From the aesthetic point of view, I am +1000 for karaf-webconsole.
> For ease of development, I am +1000 for karaf-webconsole (this is just a
> personal view and not something based on objective criteria).
> I couldn't oversee however the fact that the felix webconsole is widely
> used, people have built stuff on top of it, etc.
> Would it be possible to reuse/wrap/bridge felix webconsole stuff in
> karaf-webconsole?
> 
> 
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