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Where do you put your extensions in a CVS tree?

AppFuse Directory Structure Now that I'm starting to add extensions to AppFuse, where should I put them in the source tree? I followed the Jakarta convention and put the ibatis install in the contrib folder, but I don't know if that's the best place for it. All the tools folder has in it is Erik Hatcher's StrutsGen tool - maybe that's a good place for all the extensions (ibatis, spring, webwork, tapestry)? Whaddya think? Where do you put extensions in your source tree?

Posted in Java at Feb 11 2004, 10:54:43 AM MST 1 Comment

I find the blocks idea from Cocoon nice. Personally, I reserve contrib for "unsupported" features that may be useful to people, but certainly doesn't have the level of quality control or documentation that the rest of the project _hopefully_ has. :)

Posted by Don Brown on February 11, 2004 at 02:55 PM MST #

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