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From Paul Benedict <>
Subject Re: [jira] Created: (STR-2898) Rename Struts Action 1 to Struts 1
Date Wed, 05 Jul 2006 22:44:03 GMT
A thought occured to me today. If we ever want to share code between struts 1 and struts 2c
(ie: locale resolution), having the org.apache.struts package structure being the neutral
place makes sense, with action (1.x) and action2 (2.x) being specific implementations.

Well, not that the renaming is done, I think we have no normal way of sharing code across
packages. Thoughts? 

-- Paul

Ted Husted <> wrote: On 7/1/06, Don Brown (JIRA)  wrote:
> Rename Struts Action 1 to Struts 1

If we are using "struts1" and "struts2" for the repository folders
(which is fine with me), why are we using "1.x" and "2.0" for the
website folders?


In the view of "convention over configuration", I feel we we should
work toward using a consistent set of conventions across tools. If
there is not a technical reason why we need to use symbols, I'd like
to use "struts1" and "struts2" for the website folders.


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