[dojo-contributors] Cometd code review?

Greg Wilkins gregw at mortbay.com
Mon May 25 18:55:54 EDT 2009


Judging from the lack of responses, a pair of brain damaged
strong typed compiling java hacks have been able to produce some
javascript code of such clarity that we have stunned into
silence all you interpreting duck typers out there !-)

No???

Please review and tell us otherwise :)

cheers




Greg Wilkins wrote:
> 
> All,
> 
> the refactored cometd javascript (with a common base for both
> jquery and dojox - eventually others), is now mostly functional
> and is available in
> 
>  http://svn.cometd.com/trunk
> 
> As this code has been mostly developed by two java hacks (Simone
> and myself), we'd appreciate a bit of a code review from some
> more js immersed folks to correct us from our evil strong
> typing inspired ways.
> 
> Currently the maven build takes dojo 1.3 and excludes the
> current dojox/cometd and replaces it with the common based
> one.   The intention is that eventually this code will replace
> the code in dojox.cometd - so it needs to be of dojo quality
> (and yes we can move the { and use tabs).
> 
> cheers
> 
> ps. If there are any prototype or ext.js users reading this,
> it would also be great to see those frameworks use this
> common implementation - to test it is indeed generic enough.
> 
> 
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