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From Brett Porter <br...@apache.org>
Subject Re: Possibility of removing OGNL as a core dep
Date Mon, 25 Oct 2004 20:51:46 GMT
While this all sounds reasonable, don't forget it is also possible to 
repackage JARs. I'm not sure how it is done exactly, but several 
products do it so that they can avoid conflicts.

Cheers,
Brett

Jason van Zyl wrote:

>On Mon, 2004-10-25 at 11:11, John Casey wrote:
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>
>>I see no problem at all with this approach. As a matter of fact, we 
>>don't even have to use OGNL for the marmalade mode. Marmalade-core ships 
>>with a basic EL provider which acts as a default. It's pretty basic, but 
>>we could easily use that as the default, and allow users to specify 
>>other el's a la carte.
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>>
>
>Awesome, I will remove OGNL from the core then. This way we will pretty
>much be impervious to any conflicts due to what we have in a core. Then
>N different plugins can use M different versions of OGNL and it won't
>matter one bit. Plus we'll get the added benefit of a 450k dist.
>
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