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From cbe...@UK.EY.COM
Subject Re: [] Summary
Date Tue, 15 Jun 2004 07:47:02 GMT

You have sent this to me in error.

Claire Bell
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yup, "refatoring" of "clutering" is something we need :)
Will start as soon as tag 27 is in place, I will go over the details with
you later

----- Original Message -----
From: "Remy Maucherat" <>
To: "Tomcat Developers List" <>
Sent: Friday, June 11, 2004 11:50 AM
Subject: [] Summary

> - Move to concrete classes for request/response, and remove all of the
> RTTI done in Catalina's pipeline
> - Use Tomcat 4.0 beta valve pattern
> - Redo logging using commons-logging, and remove Logger
> - "Fork" commons-digester, to remove what we don't need (many fancy
> features provided by beanutils, and in the process remove dependencies
> on beanutils and collections)
> - Attempt to redo a bit the deployer:
>    * remove the CL code which is there to avoid JAR locking (or at least
> allow disabling this feature for non-Windows OSes)
>    * move processing of context.xml to ContextConfig (at the expense of
> being able to specify the context class, which will move to an attribute
> on the Host), as I realize it is important to get context level
> configurability without adding too much complexity in the embedding
> application
> - Use the webapp CL as the main CL (without the locking tricks it is
> likely faster than the regular CL)
> - And the ongoing: allow all config/management through JMX (actually, we
> could consider going to a JMX config format)
> - Use any means necessary (hehe) so that Filip refactors the clutering
> module, and extend the regular Catalina objects, for easier maintenance
> - Remove anything useless (spring cleaning time), such as configuration
> options, container listeners (to be replaced with JMX notifications
> where it matters), etc
> - Possibly require JDK 1.5 (cleaner code, annotations, integrated JMX
> and JMX remote, etc)
> Overall, the throughtput of Tomcat should go up about 5-10% with those
> changes, as most significant optimizations are already done.
> I don't think any of these items will take too long to implement. I'm
> away next week, so I'll start the week after.
> Some of this could eventually be backported to 5.0.x :)
> Rémy
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