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From Richard Lewis-Shell <rlewissh...@mac.com>
Subject Re: Tapestry 4.0
Date Mon, 04 Apr 2005 22:54:13 GMT
3.5 or 4.0 would seem appropriate to me.

So: +1

Howard Lewis Ship wrote:
> The sentiment of the community seems to be that the next major release of 
> Tapestry (i.e., HiveMind infrastructure, Portlet support, etc.) is too 
> different from Tapestry 3.0 to be called "Tapestry 3.1". This release
> will only be largely backwards compatible; applications that sub-class 
> BaseEngine or make use of custom Tapestry engine services will require some 
> amount of re-work. In a small number of cases, component parameters 
> (espcially those using direction "auto" or "custom") will not work exactly 
> as before.
> I feel it is completely reasonable to not call this release 3.1, but to 
> continue to bend over backwards for backwards compatibility.
> A +1 vote signals that you concur, and that the next reelease should be 
> numbered 4.0. This will affect the code in a very limited way: Much code has 
> been added with a @since 3.1 javadoc tag; this will change to @since 4.,0. 
> Likewise, the 3.1 numbering is in documentation, and inside some of the 
> specification DTDs; these will also change.
> Howard M. Lewis Ship: +1

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