Re: General questions on MAV.NET
Andrew <agomez <at> wke.es>
2004-12-10 10:38:43 GMT
jim moore escribió:
> It actually has been a while since the last maverick.net build, but the
> community is alive and kicking. The project is still fairly in synch
> with the java version of maverick, the only main difference now being
> that the single context object used in maverick.net (and that used to be
> used in java mav) has been split into 3 separate contexts in the java
> Currently maverick.net still uses MaverickContext which implements
> IControllerContext, IViewContext, and ITransformContext. In java mav,
> these have now been split into 3 separate context objects (rather than a
> single object implementing all 3 interfaces). This is only really an
> issue if you have identically named parameters in multiple contexts that
> you want to set different values for, so it hasn't really been an issue
> yet for anyone that I know of in mavnet. After all, it stayed that way
> in java mav for several years before it the classes were broken out.
> That said, one of the primary goals of the project is keep in synch with
> java mav, so its probably time to resynch them. The context issue is
> definitely the biggest change, but there may be other minor changes as
> well. I will start taking a look at it myself, but additional help would
> be appreciated, so this is something of a request for volunteers. Anyone
> committed to helping update the source code will be rewarded with
> developer cvs access in sourceforge, plus the undying respect of your
> fellow users.
> From: mavnet-user-admin <at> lists.sourceforge.net
> [mailto:mavnet-user-admin <at> lists.sourceforge.net] On Behalf Of Roni Burd
> Sent: Thursday, December 09, 2004 8:07 PM
> To: mavnet-user <at> lists.sourceforge.net
> Subject: [Mavnet-user] General questions on MAV.NET
> Hi, I just downloaded the latest version of Maverick.NET and realized
> the build date is quiet old. I could not find much information anywhere
> in the page so I thought about asking this list:
> Is Mav.NET still updated and maintained?
> Is it synchronized with the latest Java Maverick project?
> Are people using it for enterprise production code?
> Thanks for any info you can share
The interest on synching to Java Maverick project sounds good.
But, what about supporting the Mono framework? Has anyone tested
Maverick successfully with XSP? I am actually developing with
MavNET+VS.NET2003+IIS but have not managed to get it working with XSP
Any recommendations about this? Any plans to support it?
Thanks in advance.
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