Grails Spring Security RADIUS Plugin and Mobile One-Time Password

http://blog.samimakela.fi/blog/2011/12/14/grails-spring-security-radius-plugin-and-mobile-one-time-password/

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4 thoughts on “Grails Spring Security RADIUS Plugin and Mobile One-Time Password

    • Hi Burt!

      The reason I’m not supporting 1.3 is that I have not tested it with 1.3 at all.
      And also I’m not sure are the plugins created with 2.0 backwards compatible?

      I noticed that in 2.0 “dependsOn” actually means runtime dependency because it has now it’s own tag in plugin.xml.
      What this does is that user does not get the warning (like in 1.3) that dependency installed is not installed (compile time).

      I have had problems when plugins have dependencies to another plugins. It depends what get installed first etc.
      I chose only have dependsOn on my plugin which actually means that it won’t compile if the spring security core is not installed.

      What are the best practices for the plugin dependencies?

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