What about using the config file to help navigate to the controller classes.
It would be nice to be able to see your project space in terms of the
commands and controllers, and then to navigate to the source files
associated with them. Just an idea...

Also, if you are using xsl stuff (with domify) it would be great if the tool
could pick up the xml transform data at various steps and do local
(development) transforms with the xsl sources without having to deploy to
the app server. Then you could do front-end presentation testing, html
validation and such, in eclipse without having to deploy new version of the
application. If this doesn't make sense I write in a little more detail,
just let me know.

----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Eelco Hillenius" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
> I'm kind of working on an Eclipse plugin for Maverick. After making some
> contributions for the Jetty Plugin (http://spindle.sourceforge.net) I
> decided that now is the time to really learn how to write them properly.
> Right now, the plugin does some pretty printing of the Maverick config
> and displays it's structure in the outline view a little bit smarter than
> just the XML outline.
> Does anyone have any good ideas for a useful Maverick plugin (or... are
> people interested in such a plugin at all?).
> Eelco
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