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From "Peter Murphy" <pet...@fast.fujitsu.com.au>
Subject RE: [VOTE] Proposal: new xml-commons subproject for standards-based files
Date Tue, 17 Apr 2001 23:03:21 GMT
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Shane_Curcuru@lotus.com [mailto:Shane_Curcuru@lotus.com]
> NON-COMMITTERS-PLEASE-DISCUSS! While votes from non-committers are not
> binding your discussion and insights are very valuable!

Which is where I come in. :)

> (0.1) Programming Languages: While the coding details of Java/C/Perl/etc
> are obviously different, the core concept is the same: a central
> repository
> for all xml.apache.org projects to share common interfaces and utilities.
> We should start with xml-commons/java, xml-commons/c, and xml-commons/perl
> since these languages are in current use in various xml.apache.org
> subprojects today.
> (1) Scope of this subproject:
> (1.1) Common externally-defined standards:
> This includes the packages: org.w3c.dom.**, org.xml.sax.**, and javax.xml.
> **  This is designed to essentially be an xml.apache.org-specific holding
> place for commonly-used interfaces/headers that are created outside of
> Apache.  This subproject should provide guidelines and build
> scripts to aid xml.apache.org groups to easily use these common files
> in a common manner across all subprojects.

I have a fair idea of what Java is going into xml-commons; but I haven't
heard too many discussions concerning C++. Does anyone know which C++
classes may become common to all Apache - or is it too soon to ask?


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