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From "Bill Barker" <>
Subject RE: Re: Initial EL/JSP 2.1 Contribution
Date Mon, 16 Jan 2006 21:05:17 GMT

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> Subject: RE: Re: Initial EL/JSP 2.1 Contribution
> I was under the assumption that we couldn't include the 
> javax.el.* stuff under Apache licensing-- hence the JSP and 
> Servlet API folders within Tomcat.

We obviously can't include GlassFish's version under Apache licensing.
However, we could include an independently developed version.

Since the implementation you gave a link to at the start of this thread
seems to be missing all of it's javadoc comments, I'm guessing that it isn't
simply a copy of the GlassFish code :), so probably would qualify.

> >
> >Bill Barker wrote:
> >> Shouldn't we also have something under servletapi for the 
> javax.el stuff?
> >I was applying lazy instantiation ;) When someone shouts for it (and
> >assuming they don't just create it themselves) I'll add it. 
> Until then
> >I had assumed we would build with the official jars.
> >
> >Mark
> >
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