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From Jason van Zyl <>
Subject Re: Replacing old Wagons in Maven 3.0 with the Jetty-client based Wagon
Date Thu, 13 Aug 2009 00:10:24 GMT

On 12-Aug-09, at 3:43 PM, Brett Porter wrote:

> On 12/08/2009, at 5:58 PM, Jason van Zyl wrote:
>> John,
> Not John, but I like to think I do a good impression :)
>> What's the range of features across the two http Wagon's right now?
> They really don't do anything more than the underlying httpclient /  
> JDK implementations. HTTP Headers, connection timeout, and then any  
> parameters supported by HTTPClient in that version.
>> I assume in some cases we need the functionality of one versus the  
>> other so I would just like to improve the Jetty-client based Wagon  
>> and fix up what's required there,
> I assume you mean the existing mercury-wagon (and its mercury deps),  
> not a new wagon based on the underlying jetty http client?

Same thing.

>> add any functionality and toss the other two.
> shouldn't maven 3 equally support switching implementations and  
> instead choosing the new one as a default / only built-in /  
> supported impl?

No. I'll take one good with the same features. That's why I'm asking  
what's in both them. Users just want something that works, I doubt  
anyone cares about switching unless they run into the corner cases  
that force them to use one or the other.

>> I would like to have one good implementation and we can take  
>> advantage of the parallelization, PGP, and SSL support in the Jetty  
>> client.
> I'm still not convinced doing the PGP this low down in the stack is  
> a good idea, I'd prefer it got fixed up in the core artifact  
> handling so it could be configured from the core and used in scp, etc.
> - Brett
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Jason van Zyl
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