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It now supports the new version of eclipse.
I checked the servers and they are now also supporting websphere 5, weblogic 8, oracle 9iAS, resin, orion, etc.
I used to hate it but now i can't get enough of it. I love lomboz.
... it can also read jstl now! Talk about kick-ass. This plugin has improved tremendously.
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Sounds good... I was about to register for MyEclipseIDE but I guess I'll have to re-evaluate the offerings. Thanks for the heads-up.
 
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It still lacks code completion in the JSP page which I think is invaluable. Saves a lot of debugging time and typing.
 
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Hmm. JSP code completion works for me (although I had to wait a looong time the first time around).
 
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Do you mean V2.2 ?
I cannot find it. Is there a better place to look than Lomboz plug-in details ?
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www.objectlearn.com. The latest version is announced on the front page.
 
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Thanks, Lasse.
 
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Hi
I am working on Eclipse 3.0 M2 and am also using the Lomboz download for the same. Lomboz for jsp and for taglibs is working fine.
The only problem with lomboz is that it needs to follow the web application directory structure, while development does not take place based on this structure.
I have done the following
I have build my web application and made this as the web application for lomboz.
I now open my jsp files and everything works fine.
 
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To be very frank I love eclipse + lomboz though I have not used it for EJB development upto now.
 
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An observation from me, I have been using Eclipse 2.1.1 for a few months now with Lomboz. I like it a lot but do find some performance issues. Have you guys had any problems with performance?
 
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