Stuart, I agree, this is long overdue.
I took a look at your patch, there seems to be a number of problems
(System.out.println, changing of SPIs with no changes made to the
JBoss5 int project at least), and it is essentially a workaround for a
mistake in the underlying architecture, as a result I would prefer to
defer this to 299, which does correctly scope all components to the
relevant JEE module.
If you can provide links to the relevant patches for the smaller stuff
you mention below here, someone will look.
On 12 Jun 2009, at 00:05, Stuart Douglas wrote:
Is there any chance that multi war app's will be fixed properly this
If this is not possible I would like to submit some small patches to
fix some of the things that can be fixed easily, namely:
- problems with the identity component scoping (I already have a
patch for this, it just needs minor modification)
- The shared ResourceLoader problem
- A chapter in the docs to let people know exactly how multi-war
apps work in seam (there are two copies of every app scoped
component, asynchronous calls can't be sure witch context they are
actually executing in etc).
From: seam-dev-bounces(a)lists.jboss.org on behalf of Pete Muir
Sent: Fri 12/06/2009 6:22 AM
To: Dan Allen
Cc: seam-dev(a)lists.jboss.org Development List
Subject: Re: [seam-dev] Seam 2.2.0.CR1 release
Some background - JBoss ship Seam as part of the EAP platform, and
have requested a couple of library upgrades (Drools 5, RichFaces 3.3,
Hibernate 3.3) which warrant bumping the version number. Otherwise
this release will simply be a continuation of the 2.1 series...
On 11 Jun 2009, at 17:59, Dan Allen wrote:
> Wow, you weren't kidding that you're going to turn this release
> around quick.
> On Thu, Jun 11, 2009 at 12:39 PM, Norman Richards <orb(a)nostacktrace.com
> > wrote:
> As per discussions off list, the Seam 2.2.0.CR1 release countdown is
> starting. I've moved all Seam 2.2 issues to 2.2.1 in JIRA. If you
> have any fixes for 2.2.0, you should get them in today. We'll most
> likely be tagging
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