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From James Mitchell <>
Subject Re: [Struts Ti] XWork?
Date Fri, 31 Mar 2006 10:30:52 GMT
Is there a XWork User or Dev mailing list?  I have only found

James Mitchell

On Mar 30, 2006, at 4:20 PM, Ted Husted wrote:

> On 3/30/06, Gabe <> wrote:
>> Don,
>> I was refering to phase I really, whether the starting point is  
>> Webwork or Webwork + XWork.
> I think Don is saying that it would be helpful to see a concrete
> proposal from the XWork developers that outlines what they would like
> to do. Once the set of XWork developers weigh in, we can continue the
> discussion. But, it is not appropriate for us to have the discussion
> here. We have no idea of how many XWork developers are following this
> thread. The starting point is the XWork community.
> It's interesting to note that Struts Action 1.3 has a similar
> dependency on Commons Chain. The XWork dependency is more extreme, but
> it is the same sort of thing. For Commons Chain, we chose to set it up
> as an independant project in the Jakarta Commons, so that it would be
> available to other projects too. Of course, we did the same thing with
> a great number of Action 1 dependencies, like BeanUtils, Validator,
> and so on.
> I'm aware that at least one other project is using XWork, and if it
> came out from under the WebWork shadow, them other projects might find
> it useful too.
> Even just here, Craig has mentioned that we might be able to use XWork
> Interceptors as part of Shale. If we tightly bind XWork to Action2, it
> may make it easier for Action 2 to use, but it would make it
> correspondingly harder for for other projects to use XWork.
> But, again, the place to have this conversation is at OpenSymphony,
> where the XWork community can fully participate.
> -Ted.
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