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From "Remy Maucherat" <r...@apache.org>
Subject Re: MinTC, "terrible rudeness", persistence
Date Fri, 19 Apr 2002 12:23:56 GMT
> Another (non-committer) +1 for keeping MinTC on tomcat-dev.
> Having a (perhaps limited) web/servlet server in a jar is a great idea.
> If Catalina core, migrates to allow this without a MinTC, other than a
> special server.xml, then that's OK. MinTC will probably have served
> it's purpose, and will die having had an effect probably on the core.

> The only problem I see, is NOT discussing MinTC issues on tomcat-dev -
> having two solutions for this problem is not a bad thing.

I will veto this (or vote against, if it's a majority vote). It has been
very clear for a while that the Tomcat project has to provide one and only
one servlet container for a particular version of the specifications.

If the Tomcat project wants to provide MinTC, it has to be as a proposal for
Tomcat 5.

Note: MinTC is not the same as Catalina. It just happens to use the same
interfaces. It is otherwise a completely different implementation.

Remy


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