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From Ken.H...@ubsw.com
Subject RE: MinTC, "terrible rudeness", persistence
Date Fri, 19 Apr 2002 13:29:06 GMT

I have to admit not having read the MinTC source, however, I thought the tomcat community
uses/develops multiple implementations of many interfaces. Most of the http/socket/auth?/config
(xml file/ajp-webapp/admin) code is effectively multiple implementations of the same interfaces.
Isn't the whole design of catalina intended to allow different implementations of practically
every concrete class? 

I get the impresssion MinTC is developing different config/bootstrap/resource-location implementations,
but that much of the code is shared as is?

If MinTC was replacing the core processing of Tomcat 3.3 i'd be more inclined to take your
point, as the request chain is much more dedicated and part of the whole, whereas catalina
is just a bunch of nested containers isn't it?

-----Original Message-----
From: Remy Maucherat [mailto:remm@apache.org]
Sent: 19 April 2002 13:24
To: Tomcat Developers List
Subject: Re: MinTC, "terrible rudeness", persistence


> 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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