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From sebb <>
Subject Re: Spec compliance as new Commons component
Date Wed, 03 Jun 2009 00:22:13 GMT
On 02/06/2009, Niklas Gustavsson <> wrote:
> Hi
>  Over at Apache MINA, we have voted in Vysper as a subproject. The
>  Vysper project came with a bunch of code for tracking compliance to a
>  specification (e.g. RFC) using a set of annotations. it also contains
>  an APT based tool for producing reports based on these annotations.
>  Here's the current code:
>  You can find an example of annotated source code here:
>  An example of a generated report can be found here (Javadocs has not
>  been uploaded, so some links will not work):
>  Now to the question: this code is of interest to some other projects,
>  and potentially to many projects. Thus, we would like to move it out
>  of the Vysper code base. Now, MINA is not the most obvious place for
>  this code, so we thought we should ask over here :-). Of course, we do
>  not plan to throw the code over the fence but would rather like to
>  participate in maintaining it at commons. What do you think, would
>  this be a good fit at commons?


Could be useful for parts of Commons Codec, Mail, Net.

Seems to me it fits in with the Commons charter, and other projects
that could benefit from it (e.g. Tomcat, HttpComponents) may well
already be using other Commons components.

>  /niklas
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