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From Karl Wright <>
Subject Re: Is ManifoldCF OSI certified?
Date Sun, 18 Dec 2011 15:31:07 GMT
167MB is the entire size of our current binary deliverable.  As a zip
that is huge.

Can't this be broken up?  If it can't your only real choice is to
create a project in googlecode and then I'd need to incorporate the
changes piecemeal.  But now I'm really very curious as to why this
patch is so large.  Perhaps you can do a bit of analysis to determine


On Sun, Dec 18, 2011 at 10:20 AM, Hitoshi Ozawa <> wrote:
> Hi,
> Just tried to upload the modified version but the max file size is
> 10MB, which would mean I won't be able to add the jar files I've
> added.
> Any option to upload the modified zip file which is about 167MB?
> Regards,
> H.Ozawa
> 2011/12/13 Karl Wright <>:
>> You can go to the ticket here:
>> As I am sure you know, please make sure when attaching any files that
>> you click the "Grant license to ASF" radio button.
>> Thanks!
>> Karl
>> On Tue, Dec 13, 2011 at 8:57 AM, Karl Wright <> wrote:
>>> Glad to have your help!
>>> I'm going to go ahead then and create a combined ticket that you can
>>> attach your combined patch to.  Then one of us will have the fun of
>>> trying to figure out exactly how to commit it. :-)
>>> Karl
>>> On Tue, Dec 13, 2011 at 8:45 AM, Hitoshi Ozawa <> wrote:
>>>>>The i18n issues, as I said before, are not trivial, and may well
>>>>>require several iterations to get right.  Tab names are just one
>>>>>aspect of it.  This is one reason I wanted to separate any i18n
>>>>>contribution from the database contribution.
>>>> Too late. Almost finished. It's seems to be working alright.
>>>> Forgot to introduce myself. I'm the one who I18N and L10N ESB Mule
>>>> and is currently active in Liferay.
>>>> I'm the one of the top on this page:
>>>> Japanese Wiki pages I've written:
>>>> Mule Japanese page:
>>>> Regards,
>>>> H.Ozawa

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