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From Bruno Aranda <>
Subject Re: Shale Annotations
Date Tue, 07 Jul 2009 20:46:56 GMT

What about just using MyFaces Orchestra? It does many of the thing the
shale tiger extensions used to do (and even includes lots of useful
features). You have the Orchestra view controller annotations and if
you want more annotations, you can use the Spring ones to register
backing beans and so on...



2009/7/7 Kito Mann <>:
> Hello everyone,
> I know that MyFaces is in the process of swallowing Shale Test. What do you
> guys think about swallowing Shale Annotations, too? I know it's a dead-end
> add-on considering JSF 2, but I run into enough clients that aren't going to
> be using JSF 2 for a loooong time, and could use annotation support today.
> Given Shale's "retired" status, they're never going to touch it.
> Thoughts?
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