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I was getting mad because jetty was refusing to redeploy my static files (xhtml, css) in Eclipse until I find the reason
The Jetty Web Server provides a HTTP server and Servlet container capable of serving static and dynamic contend either from a standalone or embedded instantiations.
Jetty buffers static content for webapps such as html files, css files, images etc and uses memory mapped files to do this if the NIO connectors are being used. The problem is that on Windows, memory mapping a file causes the file to be locked, so that the file cannot be updated or replaced. This means that effectively you have to stop Jetty in order to update a file.
To fix this, add a line with
org.mortbay.jetty maven-jetty-plugin 6.1.5 ... src/main/resources/webdefault.xml
The default webdefault.xml file is found in the lib/jetty.jar at org/mortbay/jetty/webapp/webdefault.xml. Extract it to a convenient disk location and edit it to change useFileMappedBuffer to false:
Copy the changed file into src/main/resources/ of your project.
The problem is explained more in Jetty's documentation.
I came across this article at IBM developerworks, which explain how to use the RDT: Ruby IDE for the Eclipse platform. I decide also to give You here an overview of all languages supported by eclipse:
JDT: The JDT project provides the tool plug-ins that implement a Java IDE supporting the development of any Java application, including Eclipse plug-ins. It adds a Java project nature and Java perspective to the Eclipse Workbench as well as a number of views, editors, wizards, builders, and code merging and refactoring tools. The JDT project allows Eclipse to be a development environment for itself.
RDT is an open source Ruby IDE for the Eclipse platform.
Features supported are syntax highlighting, on the fly syntax check, graphical outline, Test::Unit view/runner, Ruby application launching, content assist, source formatter, and a Ruby debugger.
CDT (C/C++ Development Tools) Project is working towards providing a fully functional C and C++ Integrated Development Environment (IDE) for the Eclipse platform.
PHP: PHPeclipse (open source CPL) PHP parser, debugger, code formatter, outline view, templates. Note also that ZEND has joined the eclipse board, so their flagship product ZEND Studio Pro may have a future as an eclipse plugin.
PERL: EPIC is an opensource Perl IDE for the Eclipse platform. Features supported are syntax highlighting, on the fly syntax check, content assist, perldoc support, source formatter, templating support and a Perl debugger. A regular expression plugin and support for the eSpell spellchecker are also available.
CedTag has been updated to version 2.5.6 and contains a lot of nice new and exciting features. For existing users the update will display in the Extensions Manager under Updates. If you do not have this currently installed, you can click the link below and install as normal via the Extensions Manager.
The Eclipse Foundation is targeting release of Eclipse 3.1 for late June 2005. There have been seven milestone releases of version 3.1 dating back to August 2004. The Eclipse Requirement Council identified six major themes that the technical community will deliver on:
As with previous releases, the Eclipse development team is committed to preserving backward compatibility with previous version of Eclipse. Eclipse 3.1 will be compatible with Eclipse 3.0 for API (contract), Binary (plug in), Source and Workspace. Most of the Eclipse SDK is "pure" Java code and has no direct dependence on the underlying operating system. The 3.1 release of the Eclipse Project is written and compiled against version 1.4 of the Java 2 Platform APIs, and targeted to run on version 1.4 of the Java 2 Runtime Environment, Standard Edition.
Eclipse SDK 3.1 is tested and validated on the following platforms:
More information about Eclipse 3.1 can be found Here
At this address you will always find the latest snaphosts of some (I would need 44 builds to display them all!) of my PHP projects for Joomla!
I will also upgrade tomorrow early morning our TeamCity Licensed server at www.Innoveo.com .
By the way I have still to deliver (HERE and HERE) what i promised on the Joomla! development group, aka a full solution for developing Joomla! using Maven for PHP and Teamcity/Bamboo/Husdon. You can see the documentation I made in my WIKI (work in progress)
At the same time, Joomla! users that are using TeamCity, search no more, I will be providing you the first GPL module for Joomla! that let you display in your site the status of all your builds/projects! The code is heavily using the REST API with PHP CURL and a bit of XML parsing. If you have any requirements, it is still time to drop me an email ;-)
CedTag has been updated to version 2.5.5 and correct a lot of bugs and contains some nice new features.
CedTag is the continuation of the GPL component Joomla Tags (www.joomlatags.org), Most of the code if not all has been now rewritten according to the new standard of Joomla 2.5, the component has been greatly extended and most bugs have been removed. I will continue removing, refactoring existing codebase, in order to be able to add new features faster.
mail from a new OpenComment Developer James Friesen:
I found the CVS code. I realized that you have that in there as a branch of com_akocomment. I was mislead because the project still has the old name. I found the opencomment code but I need to know what versions are which. I see that you are already working on a version for Joomla 1.5.x but I are you also planning to finish the version for 1.0.x? I don't think I'll be upgrading to 1.5 for a while so I'm interested in making the 1.0.x version work. I connected to the CVS repository. I see that each regular Joomla folder as a akocomment and opencomment version underneath it. What's unclear to me is how to manage the different versions (for 1.0.x and 1.5.x) and how to run the latest version of OpenComment on my test server. If you can offer some tips that would be helpful.
In fact I have still not found a correct solution to the problem of PHP versionning under PHPEclipse
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