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From Werner Punz <>
Subject Re: [MyFaces 2.0] discussion on alpha plans
Date Tue, 09 Jun 2009 13:37:19 GMT
Michael Concini schrieb:
> Wasn't there a plan to have some of the partial tree traversal work done 
> as part of the Google Summer of Code?  I seem to recall some discussion 
> around this awhile back (don't have time to dig through the mailing list 
> archives right now to check).  Does anybody remember what the plan was 
> with Google SoC?
Interesting question, but I assume I only have a small subset of the 
needed functionality implemented, the one we need for PPR so,
  I will commit my tomorrow as soon as I have tested it, whoever wants 
to do something in GSOC can pick it up and refine it. But have in mind, 
my work currently only coveres the area of providing a 
PartialVisitContext so that I have a complete state for PPR in this area!
If someone comes with a better solution I dont have any problem dropping 
the code again ;-)


> Werner Punz wrote:
>> Michael Concini schrieb:
>>> All,
>>> I thought it might be a good time to raise the issue of solidifying a 
>>> plan for the MyFaces 2.0 alpha release now that we've had a little 
>>> time to work with the release candidate draft of the spec.  What are 
>>> the thoughts in the community with respect to what should be included 
>>> in an alpha release as well as what the time frame should be for a 
>>> release.  If we can come up with a target date as well as specific 
>>> 2.0 features we want to target for inclusion, that should help in 
>>> prioritizing the remaining work.
>>>  From my end, I'd love to see a working runtime in some form by the 
>>> end of August if that's reasonable.  As for content, that is 
>>> definitely more of an open question. Here is my top list of what I 
>>> would like to see be at least partially functional for an alpha release.
>>> -backwards compatibility with JSF 1.x apps
>>> -base support for facelets and composite components
>>> -AJAX support (should hopefully be in pretty good shape here thanks 
>>> to Ganesh and team)
>>> -System event support
>>> -Partial view traversal
>>> Thoughts/concerns/objections?
>>> -Mike
>> None from my side not sure how far Ganesh is with his ajax tag!
>> The scripts already are in pretty good shape and functionalitywise 
>> well ahead of the RI ;-)
>> As for partial Tree traversal minor sidequestion? Has anyone started 
>> to work on this, because I have started to implement the partial visit 
>> context (I have to recheck the jira for this, because I opened an 
>> issue for this under partial render response issue 2116/2241)!
>> I will commit my code around tomorrow, it is basically done
>> but needs some testing!
>> Werner

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