The same thing is happening to me, and the combined with the Ant Groovyc
task not checking if the file has been modified or not and always
recompiling, it's quite a pain.
However, if I'm not mistaken, I think hotswapping is "enabled" by Resin
but provided by Java itself, so we might have to look for the
cause/solution at the JDK level.
> By ruby, I assume you mean Groovy and no, the Groovy classes don't implement
> the servlet API. They are not Groovlets and the context restarts when a
> change is made to a groovy class even when all of the method signatures stay
> the same.
> It restarts the context no matter what the change
> Angel, Eric wrote:
>> I'm not all that familiar with Ruby, but do your Ruby classes implement
>> the Servlet api somehow? Usually, the context has to restart when your
>> servlets change signature.
>> -----Original Message-----
>> From: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
>> [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of bumzee
>> Sent: Monday, October 13, 2008 7:57 AM
>> To: email@example.com
>> Subject: [Resin-interest] Re sin 3.15, Groovy and hotswap
>> I use intellij 7.0.4 as my ide , resin 3.15, groovy 1.5.1 & JDK 1.5
>> and whether i use the resin plugin or start resin stand alone w/remote
>> debugging enabled, if I modify any groovy class the context restarts.
>> However, if I modify a java class it's changes are reloaded w/o a
>> context restart.
>> Is there anyway to get hotswap to work w/groovy classes the same as it
>> does for java classes ?
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