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From "Adam Winer" <>
Subject Re: MyFaces 1.2 component autogeneration (was: Trinidad JSF 1.2 status update)
Date Sun, 08 Oct 2006 17:33:54 GMT
Yes, they definitely could be used in that way.

The basic picture is that you write up a bunch of little mini
faces-config.xml files, one for each component (don't have to,
actually, you could generate straight from one big faces-config),
and from that we autogenerate:
 - Java component classes
 - JSP tag classes
 - TLD file
 - Tag documentation
 - Facelets definition file
 - Overall merged faces-config.xml

-- Adam

On 10/8/06, Bruno Aranda <> wrote:
> That sounds really interesting. As you may know, we are working quite
> actively in the implementation of MyFaces 1.2. Now I am migrating the
> JSF core tags, but we will reach soon the point to migrate the HTML
> Basic components. I don't know the exact details of how this
> autogeneration works for Trinidad, but couldn't we have the same or
> similar method to generate the JSF basic html components for MyFaces?
> Sorry for cross-posting but I think this can be interesting,
> Cheers,
> Bruno

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