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From "muz.Payne" <buja...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: GSoC questions
Date Thu, 02 Apr 2009 18:07:53 GMT



markt-2 wrote:
> 
> muz.Payne wrote:
>> Hello,
>> 
>> I want to join GSoC project titled "Convert current Tomcat valves to
>> Servlet
>> Filters" and I just want to ask you some questions about it.
> 
> Great. Welcome to the Tomcat dev community.
> 
>> 1. Will the work include writing of JUnit tests? If yes, which version?
>> (3,
>> 4)
> Possibly. If so, we are currently using JUnit 3 but that can always be
> changed
> if there is a good reason.
> 
>> 2. I read that Tomcat uses SVN version control system. Is there any
>> preferred IDE, or can be used NetBeans?
> Tomcat does use svn, as do all ASF projects. We can also request a
> read-only git
> mirror if that would help.
> You can use any IDE.
> 
>> 3. In which version of Tomcat (and Java of course) have to be the code
>> implemented? Can I use Java SE 5 features ? (generics, annotations,
>> extended for cycle, extended Java APIs, ...)
> Tomcat 7. http://svn.apache.org/repos/asf/tomcat/trunk
> The Servlet 3.0 spec requires Java 6 so any Java 6 features may be used.
> 
>> 4. Which additional technologies I should learn except Java Servlet
>> Filters, Apache Tomcat valves and SVN (I have experience with CVS &
>> Eclipse) ?
> A general familiarization with the Servlet 3.0 specification would be an
> advantage.
> 
> I'd also suggest reading the various threads on the dev list that are
> about this
> GSOC project.
> 
> Mark
> 
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I tried to connect to SVN repositories, but it do not work...

What are user & password? Are they anonymous, blank?
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