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From Marcus Schießer <>
Subject AW: versatile container for software components
Date Sun, 11 Jan 2004 15:29:00 GMT
Hi leo,

Thanks for your reply. Oh, i think you misunderstood me a bit.
I intend to donate the container, not the web framework that is
Using the container. The container is versatile and could be used
For plenty of applications. For example to let the end-user configure
and rearrange
Objects of an application (not necessarily user interface components) or
It could be embedded in a swing framework - use it whenever you need to
Components - lets see it more as a different approach in the same topic
as a glue language..
So as there are plenty of uses, i thought it's a good idea to donate it
to you..
Sorry, for me being so misunderstanding, i think to reason is that so
far the container
Is part of the web framework i developed...



-----Ursprüngliche Nachricht-----
] Im Auftrag von Leo Simons
Gesendet: Sonntag, 11. Januar 2004 03:04
Betreff: Re: versatile container for software components

Hi Marcus,

Marcus Schießer wrote:
> i wrote a versatile container for software components that could be 
> embedded in different frameworks. i am using this right now as a 
> container for web components (container embedded in a servlet engine).

> i would like to donate the container to the apache project, hopefully 
> someone is interessted. as far as i can see, there is not yet such a 
> project at apache.

I took a look, and I believe we have in fact several projects in the 
same problem space. Struts, cocoon, turbine, avalon (avalon-fortress + 
excalibur-event in particular), hivemind, jetspeed (!), and 
others...they all are used to fill similar roles.

It might be a good idea for you to review these projects and investigate

possible co-operation with one or more of these.


- Leo Simons

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