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From Jeromy Evans <jeromy.ev...@blueskyminds.com.au>
Subject Re: [s2] Get rid of optional dependencies
Date Mon, 07 Apr 2008 13:38:04 GMT
No objections from me.  The latter two or three don't have to be 
plugins, just build artefacts.

I hate that junit circular dependency.  I wish there was a better way.  
There's several base test classes that would be useful to users if they 
were available in a struts-test jar.

Don Brown wrote:
> In an effort to make Struts 2 more OSGi friendly, I noticed we have a
> number of optional dependencies that confuse the bnd plugin.  I'd like
> to take the next step and resolve these:
>  * DWR - Create a struts2-dwr-plugin
>  * Velocity - Create a struts2-velocity-plugin
>  * Commons File Upload - Change jar to be required or at least commit
> a simple implementation into core and create
> struts2-commons-fileupload-plugin
>  * JUnit - Create struts2-junit-plugin (we'd probably have to copy the
> testcase into our test code to avoid the circular dependency, keeping
> the testhelper class in core)
>  * TestNG - Create struts2-testng-plugin
>
> Any objections?
>
> Don
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