On Wed, Apr 22, 2009 at 9:45 PM, Shane Bryzak <shane.bryzak(a)jboss.com>wrote:
Ok here's a special case - how about the Mutable
These classes are used in the drools, framework, spring and persistence
modules, and are referenced in the JavaBeanInterceptor and RootInterceptor.
These are classes we need to rethink, IMO. They are the foundation of the
MEI, which we just cannot allow into Seam 3 until we set some clear goals in
how it is going to work. It has been the source of a lot of pain developers
have with Seam. I'm not saying it's all bad, but rather we can't just copy
this stuff in without understanding its purpose and scope.
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