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Re: [wtp-jsf-dev] FW: [Bug 305210] New: Refactor JSF plugins for easier adoption

Hi Raghu,

The spec linked in this note seems to cover quite a bit more that refactoring the plugins. There are couple of new "frameworks" mentioned. What is intended to be included in 3.2? Can separate bugzillas be created for the individual pieces? Also, will this new work affect other bugzillas already targeted to M7 and 3.2 in general?

Thanks,
Bob Gallagher



From:        Raghunathan Srinivasan <raghunathan.srinivasan@xxxxxxxxxx>
To:        wtp-jsf-dev@xxxxxxxxxxx
Date:        03/09/2010 02:06 PM
Subject:        [wtp-jsf-dev] FW: [Bug 305210] New: Refactor JSF plugins for easier        adoption
Sent by:        wtp-jsf-dev-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxx




Hi,

The JSF Tools project plans to refactor  the existing plugins to enable easier adoption of the same. This work is targeted to be complete by the M7 milestone. Please review and give your feedback in the bug that will track this work.

Thanks
-Raghu Srinivasan
Project Lead, JSF Tools Project

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Subject: [Bug 305210] New: Refactor JSF plugins for easier adoption

https://bugs.eclipse.org/bugs/show_bug.cgi?id=305210
Product/Component: Java Server Faces / JSF Tools

          Summary: Refactor JSF plugins for easier adoption
   Classification: WebTools
          Product: Java Server Faces
          Version: 3.2
         Platform: PC
       OS/Version: Windows XP
           Status: NEW
         Severity: normal
         Priority: P3
        Component: JSF Tools
       AssignedTo: jsf-inbox@xxxxxxxxxxx
       ReportedBy: cameron.bateman@xxxxxxxxxx


This bug is announce and open discussion on the refactoring of JSF Tools
plugins and features so that they are easier to selectively uptake.  The end
goals of the work are:

1) Existing adopters who are happy with the way things are will not be impacted
except they may have to direct users and update sites to a different feature
download as the base for their products post-Helios.

2) The JSF Tools will be split into two main parts: framework and exemplary
implementations.  Adopters will be able to ship only the framework part with
their own implementation of user visible UI and extension points.

The work is described in more detail here:

http://wiki.eclipse.org/Helios_System_Requirements_and_Architecture#Bundling_and_Deployment_Architecture

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