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From Nacho <na...@siapi.es>
Subject RE: Tomcat3.3
Date Sat, 18 Nov 2000 00:36:57 GMT
Hola Costin:

I suspect that if you want to do the 2) proposal, we will not get the
full potential of the changes already done ( that works despite the fact
that there are many bugs to clean ) in the main branch as people willl
say that is better to have a stable/robust release instead of a
stable/robust/quick Release as i think 3.3 can be, from experience i can
say that everything done in 3.2 is easy to port and with CVS it's easy
to track and review every change, 

if not it's clear than we can not maintain the actual 3.3 state as a
point to go as people will be claimimg that every architecture change is
a revolution nor a evolution confining us to proposals, umhhh nothing as
far from my intents than this.

Another thing, was not easy to track the bugs started by the big changes
, everything is starting to be more clean now and another round more in
the same direction ( everything is an interceptor ) and tomcat 3.3 will
be a very good container ..

Saludos ,
Ignacio J. Ortega

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