Sounds like a good idea. 

I think the challenge of spanning packages will be the common things between packages (which I think there is some limited support for) - but it is (or was) often asked for. 

On Thu, Dec 30, 2010 at 1:08 AM, Mauricio Salatino <> wrote:
yes.. sounds great.. the main restriction when I think about guvnor is the idea of package..
should be nice to have something like a workspace(as mark mention) with multiple packages in it and associated assets that can be used across packages.
My two cents..

On Wed, Dec 29, 2010 at 10:44 AM, Mark Proctor <> wrote:
On 29/12/2010 13:32, Esteban Aliverti wrote:
I was thinking about the possibility to create and maintain spring's context files inside Guvnor. The initial plan would be to add a text editor with basic validation and then we could move to a more user-friendly editor. These files will be stored inside the packages (like regular assets) and will be exposed through an URL. 

What do you think?
love it :)

This is a little related to how I'd like to move forward for deployment. The current Package deployment model is sub optimal. People really want to think in terms of workspaces/projects. So they'll want to collect their knowledge for their knowlegebase and see it in a single workspcae which can be configured for deployment. Having a GUI spring configuration is certainly a step in that direction.



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