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From Paul Spencer <pau...@apache.org>
Subject Re: Jars used
Date Fri, 23 Nov 2001 23:02:46 GMT
My understanding:
o Jars from a nightly build should have the build date appended to the
   file name, i.e. turbine-2.2-dev-20010912.jar
o Jars should should be from a stable and named version.  Granted
   this may not always be possible.
o All jars required to run Jetspeed should be included in the
   distribution. If a jar is required and NOT in the distribution,
   then instruction on obtaining and install the jar MUST be in the
   installation documentation

Paul Spencer

Ignacio J. Ortega wrote:

> Which jar it's normally used when committing, i'm can use my own, but
> perhaps people has another idea of this? use nightlies or something
> alike ???
> Is the first time i check a jar in cvs!!! i'm a Tomcat 3.3 Kosher Kid !!
> arghhhhh!! :)))) 
> i dont have anything against, of course, but it's my very first time, in
> tomcat-land there is a strong objection against check binaries in cvs,
> but for a project like jetspeed it's necessary, i understand and like
> the way it's now..
> Saludos ,
> Ignacio J. Ortega
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