On 15 Apr 2009, at 08:00, Peter Royle wrote:
Cheers for your thoughts. I'll remove the TODO from the docs then and
create a JIRA instead.
I'll add a readme for the Number Guess SE example and put it in the
as you suggest. For the record, the easiest way to run it at the
is to load it into and IDE and run the
org.jboss.webbeans.environment.se.StartMain main class.
Great, I also made maven add the relevant MANIFEST entry, and added a -
Drun target so you can just do mvn -Drun to launch the app :-)
I made a few small changes to naming for consistency...
And good idea I'll submit some patch sets to Jira soonish.
On Tue, 2009-04-14 at 21:27 +0100, Pete Muir wrote:
> On 11 Apr 2009, at 00:12, Peter Royle wrote:
>> I have added some documentation for SE. It doesn't yet include any
>> the threading/shutdown manager stuff, and I've got a little TODO in
> Looks really good :-)
>> Can anyone tell me, does the Interceptor/decorator stuff make use
>> of any EE features, or will it probably work out of the box in SE?
> Currently where Interceptors/Decorators live (EJB/299/???) is open
> - I
> think they make sense in SE, but I don't know how where they will be
> implemented yet. NB We haven't impld them in WB core for this
>> just haven't got round to trying yet.
>> I've also checked in a Swing version of the number guess example at
> I tried to run it - but I'm missing the key thing - a readme or
> tutorial on how to run it ;-) We should definitely put a little
> tutorial in the docs...
>> Finally, I'm /experimenting/ with enabling and using Request,
>> and Conversation scopes/contexts in SE. If you're interested in
>> the working code I've got the changes to core, SE and the number
>> example ready to check in to separate branches. Happy to discuss
>> further if anyone is interested/curious.
> Perhaps send a patch out for review (or attach to a JIRA issue?)
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> Pete Muir
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