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Re: AW: [jwt-dev] JWT transformations framework
- From: Mickael Istria <mickael.istria@xxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Tue, 18 Mar 2008 10:29:25 +0100
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Florian Lautenbacher a écrit :
thanks for upload the transformation framework plugin into CVS. Just jwt-stubTransformation and jwt-transformation-base are needed.
Other folders are due to an error from me. But I didn't succeed to
remove them from CVS. Indeed, when I check out, I can't see empty
folders, so that I can't delete them...
Some minor comments to it:
-in the transformations folder in CVS there is now a bin,src,icons,etc.
folder as well as two subfolders jwt-stubTransformation and
jwt-transformation-base. Are these folders necessary and if yes, what do
they contain? Concerning the writing of projects: we started with jwt-we,
wam, etc. so maybe we could also write stub-transformation instead of
It did the same thing when I renamed jwt-stubTransformation into
jwt-stub-transformation. (By the way, I am used to SVN, that's why I
make so many mistakes with CVS. Sorry! I'll try to improve my skills in
CVS as fast as possible ;)
Is the part jwt-compatibility not needed anymore? After my discussions withWe thought that compatibility was too large, and that transformations
would be a clearer name for this module. Compatibility is a very
abstract name, it may include transformations, but also other things
that we don't have in mind yet. That's why we chose transformations for
the module name.
Marc I thought that all kinds of transformations such as jwt-bpmn or
jwt-xpdl should be stored there? So I thought that the transformation base
(which is the base for other transformations such as jwt-bpmn) would be
stored there, too?
-could you please provide a license-file in the project as well as anI'll add it when this mail is finished.
about.html? I learned today in a tutorial at EclipseCon that this is
necessary in all projects or components.
-Since Mickael is a committer, he has the possibility to upload any code toOK. Is my next step to submit a CQ by clicking "request" on my portal,
or is there anything to do before?
the CVS without IP check. However, since this is a new component
(transformations), I guess we should open a bug in IPZilla via the portal
and request to use this (should not take that long since the project is very
small). This would prevent us from having problems sometimes later on.
-I'm unsure about the version number and provider of the Plugin: normally IYou're right. I corrected it. I also wrote Eclipse.org as provider, as
it is the case in jwt-we.
wouldn't say that the first attempt/release of some plugin has already
version 1.0.0! I would guess more something like 0.1. What do you think
about that? Would the provider be JWT? Or shall we write Eclipse.org?
-On the Wiki you say that transformation to XPDL still has some errors!? AreErrors come from the XSLT transformation itself. Guillaume is working on
it, and it should be commited soon.
they due to the "transformation framework" or due to wrong templates?
Von: jwt-dev-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:jwt-dev-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxx] Im
Auftrag von Mickael Istria
Gesendet: 17 March 2008 14:19
An: Java Workflow Toolbox
Betreff: [jwt-dev] JWT transformations framework
I committed the transformation framework plugin, and a stub transformations
that uses it.
JWT-XPDL and JWT-BPMN transformations should come a little later.
I wrote a wiki page about transformations,
Feel free to criticize it as much as it deserves it!
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