Your suggestions sound fine - and we'd like to incorporate them. This is an
open source project - and works as most open source projects do. That is that
anyone is free to submit code enhancements as patches. If they are submitted
properly (as .patch files), then most likely, they will be committed to CVS by
a developer. I'm assuming that you're familiar with CVS and .patch files.
TortoiseCVS (http://www.tortoisecvs.org) makes it very easy to do on Windows.
Otherwise, use these instructions for Linux/Unix or Cygwin on Windows.
To make a patch (standing in the root folder of your local updated CVS copy):
cvs -q diff -b -u -N > patch.diff
Then attach patch.diff to an existing issue, or make a new Bug/Improvement
issue if none exists. You should only attach entire files if they are new
files (not yet in CVS).
The developers will then be able to apply the patch by issuing the following
command from the root folder:
patch -p 0 < patch.diff
> Hello Display Crew,
> I examined the source code for message resources support form Steven
> Chau and have some proposals still. In our projects we have a
> situations when different resource bundles are used from times, where
> Struts wasn't so popular. So JSTL tags like
> <fmt:setBundle basename="" var="" scope=""/>
> to show necessary titles are used. In that case we advise to use
> <display:column> tag body to set additional data like
> so necessary tags can be placed in body of title tag.
> Another proposal for column enhancing is to set by some simple way
> active control component for column. We know, that it can be done by
> using column decorators, but in our case may be some pre-defined column
> decorators can be created and necessary tags for manipulation with
> this decorators can be designed.
> <display:control type="checkbox" ...></display:control>
> So the summary of this proposals is to work with column metadata by
> using nested tags in <column> tag. And to use nested <title> and
> <control> tags to work with column tiles and active controls.
> What is your comments for that? If you'll agree with this ideas we
> prepare more exact versions of tags.
> It is first question. And the second question is how to organise our
> work for updating your project?
> Where we can find documentation for project administration?
> What to do with our proposals in future?
> What to do if we have a solution?
> What to do if we have another questions?
> Best regards,
> Andrew mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]
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