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From Robert McIntosh <>
Subject Re: [Jelly] current and future status?
Date Sat, 24 Apr 2004 19:18:59 GMT
I know I'm jumping in on this a bit late, but just to put my 2 cents in...
I've used Jelly as an XML based process tool. Much like a slimmed down 
workflow tool for web apps. I built a complete web app with Struts and 
Jelly and with the exception of business objects, I didn't write any 
code; everything was in jelly scripts. In doing this I had a Stuts 
action that would preload jelly scripts and execute them. I also built 
(and mentioned on this list) that I have a prototype of a renewed 
JellyContext to use Scopes and allow Jelly to be used embedded in a JSP 
page. I also contributed a couple of Swing tags, but I don't recall if 
those got accepted or not.

I do know there is a project on sourceforge that uses the SWT tags of 
jelly, but I can't recall the name at the moment. Anyway, I'm personally 
all for Jelly and I really like it for a lot of different things. Last I 
recall there were only two commiters on it, Peter Royal and Paul 
Libbrecht, but I may be wrong about that.

Robert McIntosh

korebantic wrote:

>I was poking around with Jelly and realized it
>provides the framework I need for a project I'm
>working on. However, it seemed like for at least the
>past month or so there has been little activity on it.
>Does anybody know the status of the project?
>While we are at it, is there something out there
>similiar to Jelly?
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