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From "Musachy Barroso" <>
Subject Re: XWork project
Date Wed, 02 Jan 2008 22:15:08 GMT
I have asked about this before but I never got an answer. Just assign
a couple of patches to Rainer and bother him on #struts and he will
give you commit rights. (that's what I unintentionally did :) )


On Jan 2, 2008 1:44 PM, Brian Pontarelli <> wrote:
> What is the policy for Struts committers getting access to XWork? While
> updating the convention plugin I had to change a few things in XWork and I
> want to make sure that they get committed to trunk before I start using the
> convention plugin on projects. I have a few bugs open, but it could take a
> while to get those in. Since Struts and XWork as so tightly coupled and
> still separate projects, would it make sense for all Struts committers to
> also have access to XWork?
> Also, as a separate topic, what are the future plans for all the external
> dependencies for Struts core? One of the difficult things I've found is that
> the two most major dependencies, OGNL and XWork, are not only confusing for
> some of my employees since the need to import from packages other than
> org.apache.struts2, but also not accessible to me for modification and
> updates and such.
> -bp

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