JBoss BPEL project in JBT trunk is still actively used, since I've not
seen a JIRA asking that we switch over to use the Eclipse BPEL project yet.
So, yes, the source and build is still actively used in both 32x/41x and
in 33x/5x (trunk) streams. DO NOT DELETE!
On 07/28/2011 09:36 AM, Max Rydahl Andersen wrote:
On Jul 28, 2011, at 14:55, Bob Brodt wrote:
> Not yet, but soon. I'll be working on syncing up the eclipse.org
code for the
remainder of this week and and next. Will let you know when it's ready to be included
in future JBDS/JBT builds. At that time we should probably archive the bpel project at
Okey - note, i'm not talking about deleting it from the 3.2.x branch - just trunk.
Is there any work going into that ? Is the builds used by any?
> Robert ("Bob") Brodt
> Senior Software Engineer, JBoss Riftsaw
> JBoss by Red Hat
> ----- Original Message -----
>> whoops and I forgot bpel.
>> bpel - Bob - is it time to remove this from trunk ?
>> On Jul 28, 2011, at 13:01, Max Rydahl Andersen wrote:
>>> During my work on JBIDE-9268 I noticed a few "leftovers" we should
>>> either cleanup or move out. Questions inline for Kris and Koen:
>>> bpmn - this is the leftover from the experimental work Koen did for
>>> bpmn2 editor which is now superseded by the new bpmn2 effort by
>>> KrisV and team.
>>> I've asked Koen if it was still being used and he said no but it was
>>> a full fledged bpmn2 editor - so I suggested he move it to github
>>> and we remove it from our trunk
>>> since its currently not being worked on.
>>> flow - anyone know if this is used by anything but jbpm4 ? Would it
>>> make sense to move it inside jbpm instead of having it separate ?
>>> tptp - TPTP is not present anymore in indigo/3.7 and doesn't seem to
>>> be released. Have not been in our build for a while so it is now
>>> deleted. If needed we can resurrect it.
>>> profiler and workspaces - this still works but not used by anything.
>>> considering moving it to jbosstools github.
>>> Comments ? Objections ?
jbosstools-dev mailing list
Nick Boldt :: JBoss by Red Hat
Productization Lead :: JBoss Tools & Dev Studio