Re: [wicketstuff/wicket-contrib-jasperpreports] Is anyone supporting this?

2010-06-10 Thread Charles Deal
The WicketStuff repo is now hosted by Sonatype.

repository
  idsonatype/id
  nameSonatype OSS repository/name
  urlhttps://oss.sonatype.org/content/repositories/public/
/url
  releases
enabledtrue/enabled
  /releases
  snapshots
enabledtrue/enabled
  /snapshots
/repository


On Thu, Jun 10, 2010 at 10:44 AM, Steven Haines lyg...@yahoo.com wrote:

 Hi Charles,

 Do you know where the repository is that hosts wicket stuff?

 Maven couldnt find the core wicket stuff (even though it is listed on
 mvnrepository.com):

 dependency
 groupIdorg.wicketstuff/groupId
 artifactIdwicketstuff-core/artifactId
 version${wicket.version}/version
 /dependency

 And I tried 1.4.8 and 1.4.9. And your addition (below) reported that the
 dependency was missing ... Usually this means that I just need to add the
 repo to the end of the pom file, so if you have that repo location I'd
 appreciate it!

 Thanks for all your help!
 Steve


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 *To:* users@wicket.apache.org; Steven Haines lyg...@yahoo.com
 *Sent:* Wed, June 9, 2010 1:41:21 PM

 *Subject:* Re: [wicketstuff/wicket-contrib-jasperpreports] Is anyone
 supporting this?

 Well, there is some example code within the project.  And I believe it was
 enough to get me started.  But beyond that, no I don't think you'll find
 anymore docs on it.  If you run into trouble, I'll do my best to help since
 it seems to be working in my project.

 dependency
 groupIdorg.wicketstuff/groupId
 artifactIdwicket-contrib-jasperreports/artifactId
 version1.4.10-SNAPSHOT/version
 exclusions
 exclusion
 groupIdjasperreports/groupId
 artifactIdjasperreports/artifactId
 /exclusion
 exclusion
 artifactIdservlet-api/artifactId
 groupIdjavax.servlet/groupId
 /exclusion
 /exclusions
 /dependency

 I exclude jasperreports because I include a specific version and I didn't
 want the conflict.  I exclude servlet-api because that is provided.


 On Wed, Jun 9, 2010 at 10:53 AM, Steven Haines lyg...@yahoo.com wrote:

 We're just about to start integrating Jasper with our wicket application
 (with a due date by the end of the week), so I found your positing
 particularly timely!

 Do you have any sample code and/or configuration information that shows me
 how to integrate wicket-contrib-jasperreports into my application (Maven)?

 Thanks!
 Steve





 - Original Message 
 From: Michael O'Cleirigh michael.ocleir...@rivulet.ca
 To: users@wicket.apache.org
 Sent: Tue, June 8, 2010 9:05:07 AM
 Subject: Re: [wicketstuff/wicket-contrib-jasperpreports] Is anyone
 supporting  this?

 Hi Charles,

 As long as wicketstuff-core builds locally with
 wicket-contrib-jasperreports in the core pom (as a module) you can
 commit the core pom.

 I have a hudson instance running that will build and auto deploy into
 the sonatype snapshot repository a 1.4.10-SNAPSHOT version of your
 artifacts.

 For an internal work release I need to cut a 1.4.9.1 wicketstuff-core
 release this week.  If your changes work in trunk you can backport them
 to the wicket 1.4.9 branch and when I cut the release they will be
 included and deployed into the central maven repository.

 Regards,

 Mike


  Awesome. Thanks.
 
  I pushed up my initial set of changes.  wicket-contrib-jasperreports now
  builds as 1.4.10-SNAPSHOT using wicketstuff-core.
 
  However, I have not added it to the wicketstuff-core build.  I'll try to
 get
  on that shortly, at least it is no worse off than it was before and now
 at
  least it building closer to the newer wicketstuff projects.
 
  Next up would be actual enhancements to the code.  Rodolfo mentioned
 some
  additions and I have to refactor some of my code that I wrote as a
  workaround so that it can be pushed back as well.
 
  Thanks for your help!  That's one less project that I have to maintain a
  customized instance of!
 
  On Mon, Jun 7, 2010 at 6:05 PM, nino martinez wael
  nino.martinez.w...@gmail.com  wrote:
 
 
  youve been added.
 
  As for the requirement with core, I think you just need to add the
  project to the pom on core, I'd suggest looking at one of the projects
  thats already in there (so you can copy and paste)..
 
  regards Nino
 
  2010/6/7 Charles Dealchuckdea...@gmail.com:
 
  Excellent.  sf username: cdeal
 
  First things first then.  If I get some patches put into scm other
 people
  will see that it is still a viable project.  Then as I get time, I'll
  extract some of my code into some kind

Re: [wicketstuff/wicket-contrib-jasperpreports] Is anyone supporting this?

2010-06-09 Thread Steven Haines
We're just about to start integrating Jasper with our wicket application (with 
a due date by the end of the week), so I found your positing particularly 
timely! 

Do you have any sample code and/or configuration information that shows me how 
to integrate wicket-contrib-jasperreports into my application (Maven)?

Thanks!
Steve





- Original Message 
From: Michael O'Cleirigh michael.ocleir...@rivulet.ca
To: users@wicket.apache.org
Sent: Tue, June 8, 2010 9:05:07 AM
Subject: Re: [wicketstuff/wicket-contrib-jasperpreports] Is anyone supporting  
this?

Hi Charles,

As long as wicketstuff-core builds locally with 
wicket-contrib-jasperreports in the core pom (as a module) you can 
commit the core pom.

I have a hudson instance running that will build and auto deploy into 
the sonatype snapshot repository a 1.4.10-SNAPSHOT version of your 
artifacts.

For an internal work release I need to cut a 1.4.9.1 wicketstuff-core 
release this week.  If your changes work in trunk you can backport them 
to the wicket 1.4.9 branch and when I cut the release they will be 
included and deployed into the central maven repository.

Regards,

Mike


 Awesome. Thanks.

 I pushed up my initial set of changes.  wicket-contrib-jasperreports now
 builds as 1.4.10-SNAPSHOT using wicketstuff-core.

 However, I have not added it to the wicketstuff-core build.  I'll try to get
 on that shortly, at least it is no worse off than it was before and now at
 least it building closer to the newer wicketstuff projects.

 Next up would be actual enhancements to the code.  Rodolfo mentioned some
 additions and I have to refactor some of my code that I wrote as a
 workaround so that it can be pushed back as well.

 Thanks for your help!  That's one less project that I have to maintain a
 customized instance of!

 On Mon, Jun 7, 2010 at 6:05 PM, nino martinez wael
 nino.martinez.w...@gmail.com  wrote:


 youve been added.

 As for the requirement with core, I think you just need to add the
 project to the pom on core, I'd suggest looking at one of the projects
 thats already in there (so you can copy and paste)..

 regards Nino

 2010/6/7 Charles Dealchuckdea...@gmail.com:
  
 Excellent.  sf username: cdeal

 First things first then.  If I get some patches put into scm other people
 will see that it is still a viable project.  Then as I get time, I'll
 extract some of my code into some kind of example.

 What are the requirements for building with core and who do I contact to

 get
  
 this included in the core build process?

 On Thu, Jun 3, 2010 at 5:24 PM, nino martinez wael
 nino.martinez.w...@gmail.com  wrote:


 go for commit rights. And for requirements it would be good to have an
 example project other than that it should just be working :)



 2010/6/3 Charles Dealchuckdea...@gmail.com:
  
 Is anyone out there maintaining/using this library?

 I am using it and I have a handful of modifications that I'd like to

 push
  
 back into the source tree.  Should I prepare a patch and JIRA issue or

 shall
  
 I pursue commit access for this library?

 I would also like to get it hooked into the build process.  It seems

 like
  
 I
  
 only need to add the wicketstuff-core reference to this pom and have

 the
  
 wicketstuff-core pom updated to include this  module.  What else needs

 to
  
 be
  
 done?  Are there specific requirements for a library to be part of the
 wicketstuff-core build?


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Re: [wicketstuff/wicket-contrib-jasperpreports] Is anyone supporting this?

2010-06-09 Thread Charles Deal
Well, there is some example code within the project.  And I believe it was
enough to get me started.  But beyond that, no I don't think you'll find
anymore docs on it.  If you run into trouble, I'll do my best to help since
it seems to be working in my project.

dependency
groupIdorg.wicketstuff/groupId
artifactIdwicket-contrib-jasperreports/artifactId
version1.4.10-SNAPSHOT/version
exclusions
exclusion
groupIdjasperreports/groupId
artifactIdjasperreports/artifactId
/exclusion
exclusion
artifactIdservlet-api/artifactId
groupIdjavax.servlet/groupId
/exclusion
/exclusions
/dependency

I exclude jasperreports because I include a specific version and I didn't
want the conflict.  I exclude servlet-api because that is provided.


On Wed, Jun 9, 2010 at 10:53 AM, Steven Haines lyg...@yahoo.com wrote:

 We're just about to start integrating Jasper with our wicket application
 (with a due date by the end of the week), so I found your positing
 particularly timely!

 Do you have any sample code and/or configuration information that shows me
 how to integrate wicket-contrib-jasperreports into my application (Maven)?

 Thanks!
 Steve





 - Original Message 
 From: Michael O'Cleirigh michael.ocleir...@rivulet.ca
 To: users@wicket.apache.org
 Sent: Tue, June 8, 2010 9:05:07 AM
 Subject: Re: [wicketstuff/wicket-contrib-jasperpreports] Is anyone
 supporting  this?

 Hi Charles,

 As long as wicketstuff-core builds locally with
 wicket-contrib-jasperreports in the core pom (as a module) you can
 commit the core pom.

 I have a hudson instance running that will build and auto deploy into
 the sonatype snapshot repository a 1.4.10-SNAPSHOT version of your
 artifacts.

 For an internal work release I need to cut a 1.4.9.1 wicketstuff-core
 release this week.  If your changes work in trunk you can backport them
 to the wicket 1.4.9 branch and when I cut the release they will be
 included and deployed into the central maven repository.

 Regards,

 Mike


  Awesome. Thanks.
 
  I pushed up my initial set of changes.  wicket-contrib-jasperreports now
  builds as 1.4.10-SNAPSHOT using wicketstuff-core.
 
  However, I have not added it to the wicketstuff-core build.  I'll try to
 get
  on that shortly, at least it is no worse off than it was before and now
 at
  least it building closer to the newer wicketstuff projects.
 
  Next up would be actual enhancements to the code.  Rodolfo mentioned some
  additions and I have to refactor some of my code that I wrote as a
  workaround so that it can be pushed back as well.
 
  Thanks for your help!  That's one less project that I have to maintain a
  customized instance of!
 
  On Mon, Jun 7, 2010 at 6:05 PM, nino martinez wael
  nino.martinez.w...@gmail.com  wrote:
 
 
  youve been added.
 
  As for the requirement with core, I think you just need to add the
  project to the pom on core, I'd suggest looking at one of the projects
  thats already in there (so you can copy and paste)..
 
  regards Nino
 
  2010/6/7 Charles Dealchuckdea...@gmail.com:
 
  Excellent.  sf username: cdeal
 
  First things first then.  If I get some patches put into scm other
 people
  will see that it is still a viable project.  Then as I get time, I'll
  extract some of my code into some kind of example.
 
  What are the requirements for building with core and who do I contact
 to
 
  get
 
  this included in the core build process?
 
  On Thu, Jun 3, 2010 at 5:24 PM, nino martinez wael
  nino.martinez.w...@gmail.com  wrote:
 
 
  go for commit rights. And for requirements it would be good to have an
  example project other than that it should just be working :)
 
 
 
  2010/6/3 Charles Dealchuckdea...@gmail.com:
 
  Is anyone out there maintaining/using this library?
 
  I am using it and I have a handful of modifications that I'd like to
 
  push
 
  back into the source tree.  Should I prepare a patch and JIRA issue
 or
 
  shall
 
  I pursue commit access for this library?
 
  I would also like to get it hooked into the build process.  It seems
 
  like
 
  I
 
  only need to add the wicketstuff-core reference to this pom and have
 
  the
 
  wicketstuff-core pom updated to include this  module.  What else
 needs
 
  to
 
  be
 
  done?  Are there specific requirements for a library to be part of
 the
  wicketstuff-core build?
 
 
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Re: [wicketstuff/wicket-contrib-jasperpreports] Is anyone supporting this?

2010-06-08 Thread Charles Deal
Awesome. Thanks.

I pushed up my initial set of changes.  wicket-contrib-jasperreports now
builds as 1.4.10-SNAPSHOT using wicketstuff-core.

However, I have not added it to the wicketstuff-core build.  I'll try to get
on that shortly, at least it is no worse off than it was before and now at
least it building closer to the newer wicketstuff projects.

Next up would be actual enhancements to the code.  Rodolfo mentioned some
additions and I have to refactor some of my code that I wrote as a
workaround so that it can be pushed back as well.

Thanks for your help!  That's one less project that I have to maintain a
customized instance of!

On Mon, Jun 7, 2010 at 6:05 PM, nino martinez wael 
nino.martinez.w...@gmail.com wrote:

 youve been added.

 As for the requirement with core, I think you just need to add the
 project to the pom on core, I'd suggest looking at one of the projects
 thats already in there (so you can copy and paste)..

 regards Nino

 2010/6/7 Charles Deal chuckdea...@gmail.com:
  Excellent.  sf username: cdeal
 
  First things first then.  If I get some patches put into scm other people
  will see that it is still a viable project.  Then as I get time, I'll
  extract some of my code into some kind of example.
 
  What are the requirements for building with core and who do I contact to
 get
  this included in the core build process?
 
  On Thu, Jun 3, 2010 at 5:24 PM, nino martinez wael 
  nino.martinez.w...@gmail.com wrote:
 
  go for commit rights. And for requirements it would be good to have an
  example project other than that it should just be working :)
 
 
 
  2010/6/3 Charles Deal chuckdea...@gmail.com:
   Is anyone out there maintaining/using this library?
  
   I am using it and I have a handful of modifications that I'd like to
 push
   back into the source tree.  Should I prepare a patch and JIRA issue or
  shall
   I pursue commit access for this library?
  
   I would also like to get it hooked into the build process.  It seems
 like
  I
   only need to add the wicketstuff-core reference to this pom and have
 the
   wicketstuff-core pom updated to include this  module.  What else needs
 to
  be
   done?  Are there specific requirements for a library to be part of the
   wicketstuff-core build?
  
 
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Re: [wicketstuff/wicket-contrib-jasperpreports] Is anyone supporting this?

2010-06-08 Thread Michael O'Cleirigh

Hi Charles,

As long as wicketstuff-core builds locally with 
wicket-contrib-jasperreports in the core pom (as a module) you can 
commit the core pom.


I have a hudson instance running that will build and auto deploy into 
the sonatype snapshot repository a 1.4.10-SNAPSHOT version of your 
artifacts.


For an internal work release I need to cut a 1.4.9.1 wicketstuff-core 
release this week.  If your changes work in trunk you can backport them 
to the wicket 1.4.9 branch and when I cut the release they will be 
included and deployed into the central maven repository.


Regards,

Mike



Awesome. Thanks.

I pushed up my initial set of changes.  wicket-contrib-jasperreports now
builds as 1.4.10-SNAPSHOT using wicketstuff-core.

However, I have not added it to the wicketstuff-core build.  I'll try to get
on that shortly, at least it is no worse off than it was before and now at
least it building closer to the newer wicketstuff projects.

Next up would be actual enhancements to the code.  Rodolfo mentioned some
additions and I have to refactor some of my code that I wrote as a
workaround so that it can be pushed back as well.

Thanks for your help!  That's one less project that I have to maintain a
customized instance of!

On Mon, Jun 7, 2010 at 6:05 PM, nino martinez wael
nino.martinez.w...@gmail.com  wrote:

   

youve been added.

As for the requirement with core, I think you just need to add the
project to the pom on core, I'd suggest looking at one of the projects
thats already in there (so you can copy and paste)..

regards Nino

2010/6/7 Charles Dealchuckdea...@gmail.com:
 

Excellent.  sf username: cdeal

First things first then.  If I get some patches put into scm other people
will see that it is still a viable project.  Then as I get time, I'll
extract some of my code into some kind of example.

What are the requirements for building with core and who do I contact to
   

get
 

this included in the core build process?

On Thu, Jun 3, 2010 at 5:24 PM, nino martinez wael
nino.martinez.w...@gmail.com  wrote:

   

go for commit rights. And for requirements it would be good to have an
example project other than that it should just be working :)



2010/6/3 Charles Dealchuckdea...@gmail.com:
 

Is anyone out there maintaining/using this library?

I am using it and I have a handful of modifications that I'd like to
   

push
 

back into the source tree.  Should I prepare a patch and JIRA issue or
   

shall
 

I pursue commit access for this library?

I would also like to get it hooked into the build process.  It seems
   

like
 

I
 

only need to add the wicketstuff-core reference to this pom and have
   

the
 

wicketstuff-core pom updated to include this  module.  What else needs
   

to
 

be
 

done?  Are there specific requirements for a library to be part of the
wicketstuff-core build?

   

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Re: [wicketstuff/wicket-contrib-jasperpreports] Is anyone supporting this?

2010-06-07 Thread Charles Deal
Excellent.  sf username: cdeal

First things first then.  If I get some patches put into scm other people
will see that it is still a viable project.  Then as I get time, I'll
extract some of my code into some kind of example.

What are the requirements for building with core and who do I contact to get
this included in the core build process?

On Thu, Jun 3, 2010 at 5:24 PM, nino martinez wael 
nino.martinez.w...@gmail.com wrote:

 go for commit rights. And for requirements it would be good to have an
 example project other than that it should just be working :)



 2010/6/3 Charles Deal chuckdea...@gmail.com:
  Is anyone out there maintaining/using this library?
 
  I am using it and I have a handful of modifications that I'd like to push
  back into the source tree.  Should I prepare a patch and JIRA issue or
 shall
  I pursue commit access for this library?
 
  I would also like to get it hooked into the build process.  It seems like
 I
  only need to add the wicketstuff-core reference to this pom and have the
  wicketstuff-core pom updated to include this  module.  What else needs to
 be
  done?  Are there specific requirements for a library to be part of the
  wicketstuff-core build?
 

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Re: [wicketstuff/wicket-contrib-jasperpreports] Is anyone supporting this?

2010-06-07 Thread Rodolfo Hansen
I think I have a couple of lines of code I can submit,

And I can help you out in case you need any help.

On Mon, Jun 7, 2010 at 8:16 AM, Charles Deal chuckdea...@gmail.com wrote:

 Excellent.  sf username: cdeal

 First things first then.  If I get some patches put into scm other people
 will see that it is still a viable project.  Then as I get time, I'll
 extract some of my code into some kind of example.

 What are the requirements for building with core and who do I contact to
 get
 this included in the core build process?

 On Thu, Jun 3, 2010 at 5:24 PM, nino martinez wael 
 nino.martinez.w...@gmail.com wrote:

  go for commit rights. And for requirements it would be good to have an
  example project other than that it should just be working :)
 
 
 
  2010/6/3 Charles Deal chuckdea...@gmail.com:
   Is anyone out there maintaining/using this library?
  
   I am using it and I have a handful of modifications that I'd like to
 push
   back into the source tree.  Should I prepare a patch and JIRA issue or
  shall
   I pursue commit access for this library?
  
   I would also like to get it hooked into the build process.  It seems
 like
  I
   only need to add the wicketstuff-core reference to this pom and have
 the
   wicketstuff-core pom updated to include this  module.  What else needs
 to
  be
   done?  Are there specific requirements for a library to be part of the
   wicketstuff-core build?
  
 
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Re: [wicketstuff/wicket-contrib-jasperpreports] Is anyone supporting this?

2010-06-07 Thread Charles Deal
The first set of code I wanted to push back was just some housekeeping
stuff.  Use slf4j, reference wicketstuff-core, minor html changes.

After that, I will look at anything that I did in my own code to customize
it and see if i can push any of that back.

What kind of changes did you have in mind for the project?


On Mon, Jun 7, 2010 at 10:44 AM, Rodolfo Hansen rhan...@kitsd.com wrote:

 I think I have a couple of lines of code I can submit,

 And I can help you out in case you need any help.

 On Mon, Jun 7, 2010 at 8:16 AM, Charles Deal chuckdea...@gmail.com
 wrote:

  Excellent.  sf username: cdeal
 
  First things first then.  If I get some patches put into scm other people
  will see that it is still a viable project.  Then as I get time, I'll
  extract some of my code into some kind of example.
 
  What are the requirements for building with core and who do I contact to
  get
  this included in the core build process?
 
  On Thu, Jun 3, 2010 at 5:24 PM, nino martinez wael 
  nino.martinez.w...@gmail.com wrote:
 
   go for commit rights. And for requirements it would be good to have an
   example project other than that it should just be working :)
  
  
  
   2010/6/3 Charles Deal chuckdea...@gmail.com:
Is anyone out there maintaining/using this library?
   
I am using it and I have a handful of modifications that I'd like to
  push
back into the source tree.  Should I prepare a patch and JIRA issue
 or
   shall
I pursue commit access for this library?
   
I would also like to get it hooked into the build process.  It seems
  like
   I
only need to add the wicketstuff-core reference to this pom and have
  the
wicketstuff-core pom updated to include this  module.  What else
 needs
  to
   be
done?  Are there specific requirements for a library to be part of
 the
wicketstuff-core build?
   
  
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Re: [wicketstuff/wicket-contrib-jasperpreports] Is anyone supporting this?

2010-06-07 Thread Rodolfo Hansen
Changes I made on my own code I could push-back. 

Some helper code; auto-caching of compiled jrxml; and support for
accepting PDF Form submitions...

On Mon, 2010-06-07 at 11:07 -0400, Charles Deal wrote:

 The first set of code I wanted to push back was just some housekeeping
 stuff.  Use slf4j, reference wicketstuff-core, minor html changes.
 
 After that, I will look at anything that I did in my own code to customize
 it and see if i can push any of that back.
 
 What kind of changes did you have in mind for the project?
 
 
 On Mon, Jun 7, 2010 at 10:44 AM, Rodolfo Hansen rhan...@kitsd.com wrote:
 
  I think I have a couple of lines of code I can submit,
 
  And I can help you out in case you need any help.
 
  On Mon, Jun 7, 2010 at 8:16 AM, Charles Deal chuckdea...@gmail.com
  wrote:
 
   Excellent.  sf username: cdeal
  
   First things first then.  If I get some patches put into scm other people
   will see that it is still a viable project.  Then as I get time, I'll
   extract some of my code into some kind of example.
  
   What are the requirements for building with core and who do I contact to
   get
   this included in the core build process?
  
   On Thu, Jun 3, 2010 at 5:24 PM, nino martinez wael 
   nino.martinez.w...@gmail.com wrote:
  
go for commit rights. And for requirements it would be good to have an
example project other than that it should just be working :)
   
   
   
2010/6/3 Charles Deal chuckdea...@gmail.com:
 Is anyone out there maintaining/using this library?

 I am using it and I have a handful of modifications that I'd like to
   push
 back into the source tree.  Should I prepare a patch and JIRA issue
  or
shall
 I pursue commit access for this library?

 I would also like to get it hooked into the build process.  It seems
   like
I
 only need to add the wicketstuff-core reference to this pom and have
   the
 wicketstuff-core pom updated to include this  module.  What else
  needs
   to
be
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Re: [wicketstuff/wicket-contrib-jasperpreports] Is anyone supporting this?

2010-06-07 Thread nino martinez wael
youve been added.

As for the requirement with core, I think you just need to add the
project to the pom on core, I'd suggest looking at one of the projects
thats already in there (so you can copy and paste)..

regards Nino

2010/6/7 Charles Deal chuckdea...@gmail.com:
 Excellent.  sf username: cdeal

 First things first then.  If I get some patches put into scm other people
 will see that it is still a viable project.  Then as I get time, I'll
 extract some of my code into some kind of example.

 What are the requirements for building with core and who do I contact to get
 this included in the core build process?

 On Thu, Jun 3, 2010 at 5:24 PM, nino martinez wael 
 nino.martinez.w...@gmail.com wrote:

 go for commit rights. And for requirements it would be good to have an
 example project other than that it should just be working :)



 2010/6/3 Charles Deal chuckdea...@gmail.com:
  Is anyone out there maintaining/using this library?
 
  I am using it and I have a handful of modifications that I'd like to push
  back into the source tree.  Should I prepare a patch and JIRA issue or
 shall
  I pursue commit access for this library?
 
  I would also like to get it hooked into the build process.  It seems like
 I
  only need to add the wicketstuff-core reference to this pom and have the
  wicketstuff-core pom updated to include this  module.  What else needs to
 be
  done?  Are there specific requirements for a library to be part of the
  wicketstuff-core build?
 

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Re: [wicketstuff/wicket-contrib-jasperpreports] Is anyone supporting this?

2010-06-03 Thread nino martinez wael
go for commit rights. And for requirements it would be good to have an
example project other than that it should just be working :)



2010/6/3 Charles Deal chuckdea...@gmail.com:
 Is anyone out there maintaining/using this library?

 I am using it and I have a handful of modifications that I'd like to push
 back into the source tree.  Should I prepare a patch and JIRA issue or shall
 I pursue commit access for this library?

 I would also like to get it hooked into the build process.  It seems like I
 only need to add the wicketstuff-core reference to this pom and have the
 wicketstuff-core pom updated to include this  module.  What else needs to be
 done?  Are there specific requirements for a library to be part of the
 wicketstuff-core build?


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