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From Eric Charles <e...@apache.org>
Subject Re: Summer of Code End
Date Sat, 14 Aug 2010 09:46:13 GMT
Hi Tim,

I checked-out, compiled, deployed and tested without any problem.
Your MailDir store is working :) and generates the cur, new, tmp in my 
user directory.

Last but not least, your code is really well structured and readable.
You really made great job!

Btw, we knew that James architecture was great open to alternative 
store, and you proved it.

Quick comments:
- I renamed /var/james/Maildirs/%user to ../var/Maildirs/%user (maybe 
should be file://var/...) to have relative paths to james deployment 
(more coherent with other stores)
- I configured with JDBCDomainList and defined eric@localhost.net user. 
The created dir is "/var/Maildirs/eric/...". We may have user clash if 
let's say eric@otherdomain.net is defined.



On 08/13/2010 10:48 PM, Tim-Christian Mundt wrote:
> Hi guys,
> last Monday was "pencils down" for the Google Summer of Code project.
> The days till next Monday - the final dead line - are meant as time for
> wrap up, testing, documentation and so on.
> Well, the new Maildir backend works. Until now it has just one parameter
> which is the path (with variables) where the Maildir folders should
> reside. It works with pre-existing data from other servers or can build
> up the data from scratch. The functional tests work with the exception
> of "testSearchCombinations*" which is due to the fact that Maildir only
> stores the _current_ date as internal date, not the one that is given
> during append (which is perfectly valid for the RFC but not for the
> tests).
> The code is attached to this mail and you can also find it in my
> repository: svn://tim-erwin.de/maildir/trunk/maildir
> Although GSOC is officially over, I'm still open to c&c and as soon as
> the code is in the James SVN it's open to be teared apart anyways.
> Thanks for having me in this project. Special thanks to Norman who has
> been a very helpful and nice to work with mentor. I'm sure this will not
> be the end of my James activities.
> Regards
> Tim
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