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For better or worse the decision has already been made to roll-our-own. There are a few details that we need control of for our specific application and I'm sure it would be easier to do it from scratch rather than adapting existing code to it.

Which makes me ask, if you haven't done this kind of thing before, just why are you sure that it would be easier to do from scratch rather than adapt? Particularly code that was written with adaption in mind as the already done modules were (ok, maybe not originally, but they are by now given the number of times they have been changed...)

What I'd suggest before anything else, is that you acquire the code from slash or from here on PM and research just what all would be required to implement the 'few details'. Along the way, take a look at what is required for such a project-- this would also help you begin your own design if it comes to that...

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