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From Filip Hanik - Dev Lists <>
Subject Re: Bayeux/Cometd API question
Date Fri, 19 Dec 2008 15:13:27 GMT wrote:
> Hi Filip,
> ok, I'll take a look at the current implementation and if the effort seems reasonable
for me, I'll try to allocate some days during the next (let's say 3-6) weeks to contribute
an implementation for the current API.
>  I would then really propose to use the API interface package org.cometd.* as used by
Jetty (and others). Would that be ok for you? 
this is the Apache Software Foundation, so software here, unless we 
implement a standard, is always prefixed org.apache
> If I have questions left, should I post them to the dev list here or should I contact
you directly?
the mailing list is the way to go, anyone who wishes to participate can
> Regards,
> Florian
> -------- Original-Nachricht --------
>> Datum: Thu, 18 Dec 2008 15:01:26 -0700
>> Von: Filip Hanik - Dev Lists <>
>> An: Tomcat Developers List <>
>> Betreff: Re: Bayeux/Cometd API question
>> Feel free to contribute any API changes you feel need to be added
>> Filip
>> wrote:
>>> Hi together,
>>> I've developed a Bayeux/Cometd application using the Jetty
>> implementation running in Tomcat 5. Development started several month back with no
>> Tomcat Bayeux implementation available.
>>> With this setup the application works well for limited traffic but of
>> course not for high-volume traffic (since that way it can't really scale).
>> I'm following the Tomcat Bayeux development for several months now.
>> Currently, I'm somewhat concerned about the Bayeux-API differences between Jetty
>> Tomcat, and I can't see any sign/any attempt of unifying the API (this
>> prevents us to switch to the Tomcat Bayeux implementation and we need to even
>> think about switching completely to Jetty). 
>>> I know that org.cometd.Bayeux is not a real standardized thing and it's
>> being hosted at But are there any plans for the Tomcat
>> implementation to catch up with the latest (at least half-"official") API? Or even
>> any vision of Tomcat/Jetty people pulling Bayeux/Cometd together towards a
>> common direction/standardized API (or even JSR)? The current situation is
>> somewhat unfortunate for a developer of a large Bayeux/Cometd application.
>>> Best Regards,
>>> Florian
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