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Re: Tentative Schedule for 1.4

On Sat, Feb 25, 2012 at 1:30 PM, John Locke <..hidden..> wrote:

> I'd say the main difference is taking the standard centralized stuff one
> step further than you've outlined, doing the URL parsing and establishing
> conventions before handing off to individual web service controllers.
> I've also found it useful to have separate request and response objects,
> though at the moment I don't recall why. And of course have a different
> class for each type of response and request -- XML, JSON, HTML, etc. -- that
> implement standard methods that the framework can call regardless of type.

Ok.  We'd need to map those out.  Any specific ideas?
> I am also thinking the stuff we are doing with Moose will make this better
> in the long-run.  We can use the defined data structures there as both the
> documented API and the basis for XML and JSON formats.
> Excellent. Is this going to be available in 1.4?

I expect that to be for customers, vendors, employees, business
reporting units, and more for 1.4.  It will depend on what I have time
to do between paid projects naturally, but that's the minimum.
Accounts and account headings might be too.....

Chris Travers