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From Apache Wiki <wikidi...@apache.org>
Subject [Struts Wiki] Update of "StrutsRelease130" by TedHusted
Date Mon, 08 Aug 2005 11:27:38 GMT
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The following page has been changed by TedHusted:
http://wiki.apache.org/struts/StrutsRelease130

The comment on the change is:
Add Special Issues notes.

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- = Struts 1.3.0 Release =
+ = Struts Classic 1.3.0 Release =
  
  == Info ==
  
@@ -16, +16 @@

  
  == Special Issues ==
  
- _
+ Struts Classic 1.3.0 is a "bootstrap" distribution of the new Struts subprojects extracted
from Struts 1.2.7: 
+ 
+ * Apps 1.3.0
+ * Core 1.3.0
+ * EL 1.3.0
+ * Plugins 1.3.0
+ * Tablibs 1.3.0
+ * Tiles 1.3.0
+ 
+ When a Struts Classic test-build passes the alpha vote,  the initial versions of each of
these subprojects would be set at 1.3.0 (alpha). 
+ 
+ If fixes need to be made to any of these subprojects, or if dependendencies are updated,
then a new release of that subproject can be rolled and released in the usual way, under its
own release plan.
+ 
+ At some point, we would generate a Struts Classic 1.3.1 distribution (Classic131), which,
for example, might contain: 
+ 
+ * Apps 1.3.0
+ * Core 1.3.1
+ * EL 1.3.0
+ * Plugins 1.3.0
+ * Tablibs 1.3.1
+ * Tiles 1.3.0
+ 
+ And so on. When all of the subprojects are marked GA, then the Struts Classic distribution
can also be marked GA. On average, Apache products tend to go through a cycle of four to six
releases before reaching GA status. 
  
  == Outstanding Bug Review ==
  

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