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Using eclipse and webwork

 
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If I want to try the webwork framework, is there a plugin for eclipse? Would it be a xwork plugin? Probably asked and answered but couldn't find it anywhere. So point me in the right direction. Thanks...
 
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Currently, there is not a plugin for Eclipse. However, it is currently planned for the next release - version 2.2, due out within the next month or two. Work on this has already begun, and there *may* be code in cvs under the Conductor project.

While I am looking forward to this plugin and the ease of it, I would encourage you not to wait. Dive in and give it a go. The forums are highly active with people always willing to help.


Cheers,
Matthew
 
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Also, this plugin will have an IntelliJ version.

I figured I would stem off this question prior to it being asked.


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Matthew I am wondering what are the features planned to be supported by the plugin.

tia,
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ps: i am a newbie WW user, and for the moment I haven't feel the need of a plugin.
 
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What about EclipseWork?
 
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Matt EclipseWork seems pretty interesting, but I think that the project hasn't got a release yet.

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This was just posted to the WebWork mailing list.


Hi all,

EclipseWork 0.0.3 was released... I didn�t change much things in this version, but I work a lot to let the 'code generation' independent of the eclipse API... So, we can start look at a plugin for others IDE�s too..

The application showed in the 'demos' can be downloaded here:
http://sourceforge.net/project/showfiles.php?group_id=98634&package_id=149488

It�s a very simple CRUD application with WW2 . It�s a good start point to learn ww.
Hope it helps,

Ricardo




Hope that helps!


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Matthew
 
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He he... this seems a last minute news from ML. Thanks Matthew.

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