> I'm really not keen on mixing version numbers and suffixes (like
> '-devel', '-old') etc.. etc..
> Assuming I'm reading the site right, there are 3 things on the go right
> 4.x currently jakarta-tomcat4 (will stall out at 4.x.* x<1)
> 4.1.x the refactoring project, what you're looking for here
> 5.x highly developmental.
Quote:> Seems to me that jakarta-tomcat41 might be more appropriate (especially
> given the existence of jakarta-tomcat3), and that -devel be reserved for
> tracking snaps (or whatever) of currently-what-will-be-5.x, if such a
> port were to exist.
Okay, that sounds a lot better. Only small concern I have with that is that
'41' is fouty-one, not 4-dot-1. We might get a Jakarta Tomcat release 41.0
some day :)
Anyway, I agree that 'jakarta-tomcat-41' is probably the best right now,
considering the constraints. Could such a repocopy be performed?
Ernst de Haan
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