Re: Intellij9 integration

2009-11-15 Thread Peter Ertl
Never felt like I need additional support for wicket. After all it's 95% in 
type-safe java code. Keeping wicket:id's in sync is no rocket science once you 
get the idea :-)

Am 15.11.2009 um 00:38 schrieb Nick Heudecker:

 What do you mean that the current one shows up?  I haven't updated
 WicketForge to work with IDEA 9 because I'm not on IDEA 9.
 
 Feel free to submit patches.  Right now WicketForge does everything I need
 it to do, so unless I start using Wicket more often or it doesn't meet my
 needs, I'm not really inclined to spend my limited free time on it.
 
 On Sat, Nov 14, 2009 at 3:12 PM, Alex Rass a...@itbsllc.com wrote:
 
 You have a point, but I've been using Idea for... 6+ years now.
 These guys are very sales oriented.
 They added GWT support as a point release, like it was a no big deal.
 When they see there's a demand - they move on it.
 And if they can add a new popular framework for the launch - they just may,
 to make it sell better. They are in a war with Eclipse and we got that and
 it's better has been their selling angle.
 
 But if someone wants to make the wicketidea plugin actually work - that'd
 be
 cool too :)  Current one barely shows up and is VERY sensitive.
 
 
 -Original Message-
 From: Andreas Petersson [mailto:andr...@petersson.at]
 Sent: Saturday, November 14, 2009 5:00 PM
 To: users@wicket.apache.org
 Subject: Re: Intellij9 integration
 
 i think getting official support for wicket in idea is too late. the
 roadmap was published about 6 months ago, for example at
 http://blogs.jetbrains.com/idea/2009/05/maia-eap-is-finally-here/
 and there is already a beta version available at
 http://www.jetbrains.com/idea/nextversion/index.html
 
 but maybe it is the right time to give wicketforge some polish. my
 suggestions for enhancements, since it should be possible to better
 develop plugins since it is open source now.
 *) validation of propertymodels/CPM like idea does for expression
 Language for jsp. ability to ctrl-click to the corresponding getter and
 find usages of those getters
 *) support for find usages for wicket:ids
 *) central facet for wicket, to control its settings.
 *) ability to turn off the non-serializable field in serializable
 class warning in components for fields that are injected.
 
 br
 andreas
 
 


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RE: Intellij9 integration

2009-11-15 Thread Alex Rass
Would be good if it told you about unmentioned wicket:ids from the html so
you didn't have to wait till you run.
Or if you are declaring a component that it can't find in html.

Jumping back and forth between code and html d/n seem to work for me.

Entirely too much typing for my taste! Idea is REALLY good at minimizing on
that.

Bunch of templates can be written for Wicket programmers to simplify typical
stuff.

But yes, a lot of things in IJ work already because wicket isn't a stretch
for java.


-Original Message-
From: Peter Ertl [mailto:pe...@gmx.org] 
Sent: Sunday, November 15, 2009 10:08 AM
To: users@wicket.apache.org
Subject: Re: Intellij9 integration

Never felt like I need additional support for wicket. After all it's 95% in
type-safe java code. Keeping wicket:id's in sync is no rocket science once
you get the idea :-)

Am 15.11.2009 um 00:38 schrieb Nick Heudecker:

 What do you mean that the current one shows up?  I haven't updated
 WicketForge to work with IDEA 9 because I'm not on IDEA 9.
 
 Feel free to submit patches.  Right now WicketForge does everything I need
 it to do, so unless I start using Wicket more often or it doesn't meet my
 needs, I'm not really inclined to spend my limited free time on it.
 
 On Sat, Nov 14, 2009 at 3:12 PM, Alex Rass a...@itbsllc.com wrote:
 
 You have a point, but I've been using Idea for... 6+ years now.
 These guys are very sales oriented.
 They added GWT support as a point release, like it was a no big deal.
 When they see there's a demand - they move on it.
 And if they can add a new popular framework for the launch - they just
may,
 to make it sell better. They are in a war with Eclipse and we got that
and
 it's better has been their selling angle.
 
 But if someone wants to make the wicketidea plugin actually work - that'd
 be
 cool too :)  Current one barely shows up and is VERY sensitive.
 
 
 -Original Message-
 From: Andreas Petersson [mailto:andr...@petersson.at]
 Sent: Saturday, November 14, 2009 5:00 PM
 To: users@wicket.apache.org
 Subject: Re: Intellij9 integration
 
 i think getting official support for wicket in idea is too late. the
 roadmap was published about 6 months ago, for example at
 http://blogs.jetbrains.com/idea/2009/05/maia-eap-is-finally-here/
 and there is already a beta version available at
 http://www.jetbrains.com/idea/nextversion/index.html
 
 but maybe it is the right time to give wicketforge some polish. my
 suggestions for enhancements, since it should be possible to better
 develop plugins since it is open source now.
 *) validation of propertymodels/CPM like idea does for expression
 Language for jsp. ability to ctrl-click to the corresponding getter and
 find usages of those getters
 *) support for find usages for wicket:ids
 *) central facet for wicket, to control its settings.
 *) ability to turn off the non-serializable field in serializable
 class warning in components for fields that are injected.
 
 br
 andreas
 
 


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Re: Intellij9 integration

2009-11-15 Thread Nick Heudecker
From my experience, WicketForge already displays a warning if the components
can't be located in the HTML or Java code.  Toggling between Java and HTML
also works fine for me.  You can either submit a bug report or a patch.

Also, feel free to submit a patch with templates you'd like to see added to
WF.  I'm getting ready to release 0.5.7 this week.

On Sun, Nov 15, 2009 at 11:49 AM, Alex Rass a...@itbsllc.com wrote:

 Would be good if it told you about unmentioned wicket:ids from the html
 so
 you didn't have to wait till you run.
 Or if you are declaring a component that it can't find in html.

 Jumping back and forth between code and html d/n seem to work for me.

 Entirely too much typing for my taste! Idea is REALLY good at minimizing on
 that.

 Bunch of templates can be written for Wicket programmers to simplify
 typical
 stuff.

 But yes, a lot of things in IJ work already because wicket isn't a stretch
 for java.


 -Original Message-
 From: Peter Ertl [mailto:pe...@gmx.org]
 Sent: Sunday, November 15, 2009 10:08 AM
 To: users@wicket.apache.org
 Subject: Re: Intellij9 integration

 Never felt like I need additional support for wicket. After all it's 95% in
 type-safe java code. Keeping wicket:id's in sync is no rocket science once
 you get the idea :-)

 Am 15.11.2009 um 00:38 schrieb Nick Heudecker:

  What do you mean that the current one shows up?  I haven't updated
  WicketForge to work with IDEA 9 because I'm not on IDEA 9.
 
  Feel free to submit patches.  Right now WicketForge does everything I
 need
  it to do, so unless I start using Wicket more often or it doesn't meet my
  needs, I'm not really inclined to spend my limited free time on it.
 
  On Sat, Nov 14, 2009 at 3:12 PM, Alex Rass a...@itbsllc.com wrote:
 
  You have a point, but I've been using Idea for... 6+ years now.
  These guys are very sales oriented.
  They added GWT support as a point release, like it was a no big deal.
  When they see there's a demand - they move on it.
  And if they can add a new popular framework for the launch - they just
 may,
  to make it sell better. They are in a war with Eclipse and we got that
 and
  it's better has been their selling angle.
 
  But if someone wants to make the wicketidea plugin actually work -
 that'd
  be
  cool too :)  Current one barely shows up and is VERY sensitive.
 
 
  -Original Message-
  From: Andreas Petersson [mailto:andr...@petersson.at]
  Sent: Saturday, November 14, 2009 5:00 PM
  To: users@wicket.apache.org
  Subject: Re: Intellij9 integration
 
  i think getting official support for wicket in idea is too late. the
  roadmap was published about 6 months ago, for example at
  http://blogs.jetbrains.com/idea/2009/05/maia-eap-is-finally-here/
  and there is already a beta version available at
  http://www.jetbrains.com/idea/nextversion/index.html
 
  but maybe it is the right time to give wicketforge some polish. my
  suggestions for enhancements, since it should be possible to better
  develop plugins since it is open source now.
  *) validation of propertymodels/CPM like idea does for expression
  Language for jsp. ability to ctrl-click to the corresponding getter and
  find usages of those getters
  *) support for find usages for wicket:ids
  *) central facet for wicket, to control its settings.
  *) ability to turn off the non-serializable field in serializable
  class warning in components for fields that are injected.
 
  br
  andreas
 
 




RE: Intellij9 integration

2009-11-15 Thread Alex Rass
Nick, biggest problem was RTFM.
Most plugins in IJ don't need to be activated.

I didn't realize that there were more steps than install plugin :)
Any chance you can just auto-add the Wicket module?
If it's heavy, then at least add the comment to the plugin description
like: 
WicketForge assists developers creating Wicket applications.

To activate for a given project, add to modules. See
http://code.google.com/p/wicketforge/wiki/UsageInstructions for details on
how to do so.

This plugin...


I added the module, now I can jump b/w the declarations etc.
The html editor still complains about wicket:id tags, of course. Which makes
the 20 fake errors in html errors cover up the REAL error of non-matching
wicket:id to code.  But I am sure you know about that already.

Would love to help you with patches, but I know NOTHING about IJ plugin
development :( 

Drop a line in the forum when you release, please!


-Original Message-
From: Nick Heudecker [mailto:nheudec...@gmail.com] 
Sent: Sunday, November 15, 2009 5:57 PM
To: users@wicket.apache.org
Subject: Re: Intellij9 integration

From my experience, WicketForge already displays a warning if the components
can't be located in the HTML or Java code.  Toggling between Java and HTML
also works fine for me.  You can either submit a bug report or a patch.

Also, feel free to submit a patch with templates you'd like to see added to
WF.  I'm getting ready to release 0.5.7 this week.

On Sun, Nov 15, 2009 at 11:49 AM, Alex Rass a...@itbsllc.com wrote:

 Would be good if it told you about unmentioned wicket:ids from the html
 so
 you didn't have to wait till you run.
 Or if you are declaring a component that it can't find in html.

 Jumping back and forth between code and html d/n seem to work for me.

 Entirely too much typing for my taste! Idea is REALLY good at minimizing
on
 that.

 Bunch of templates can be written for Wicket programmers to simplify
 typical
 stuff.

 But yes, a lot of things in IJ work already because wicket isn't a stretch
 for java.


 -Original Message-
 From: Peter Ertl [mailto:pe...@gmx.org]
 Sent: Sunday, November 15, 2009 10:08 AM
 To: users@wicket.apache.org
 Subject: Re: Intellij9 integration

 Never felt like I need additional support for wicket. After all it's 95%
in
 type-safe java code. Keeping wicket:id's in sync is no rocket science once
 you get the idea :-)

 Am 15.11.2009 um 00:38 schrieb Nick Heudecker:

  What do you mean that the current one shows up?  I haven't updated
  WicketForge to work with IDEA 9 because I'm not on IDEA 9.
 
  Feel free to submit patches.  Right now WicketForge does everything I
 need
  it to do, so unless I start using Wicket more often or it doesn't meet
my
  needs, I'm not really inclined to spend my limited free time on it.
 
  On Sat, Nov 14, 2009 at 3:12 PM, Alex Rass a...@itbsllc.com wrote:
 
  You have a point, but I've been using Idea for... 6+ years now.
  These guys are very sales oriented.
  They added GWT support as a point release, like it was a no big deal.
  When they see there's a demand - they move on it.
  And if they can add a new popular framework for the launch - they just
 may,
  to make it sell better. They are in a war with Eclipse and we got that
 and
  it's better has been their selling angle.
 
  But if someone wants to make the wicketidea plugin actually work -
 that'd
  be
  cool too :)  Current one barely shows up and is VERY sensitive.
 
 
  -Original Message-
  From: Andreas Petersson [mailto:andr...@petersson.at]
  Sent: Saturday, November 14, 2009 5:00 PM
  To: users@wicket.apache.org
  Subject: Re: Intellij9 integration
 
  i think getting official support for wicket in idea is too late. the
  roadmap was published about 6 months ago, for example at
  http://blogs.jetbrains.com/idea/2009/05/maia-eap-is-finally-here/
  and there is already a beta version available at
  http://www.jetbrains.com/idea/nextversion/index.html
 
  but maybe it is the right time to give wicketforge some polish. my
  suggestions for enhancements, since it should be possible to better
  develop plugins since it is open source now.
  *) validation of propertymodels/CPM like idea does for expression
  Language for jsp. ability to ctrl-click to the corresponding getter and
  find usages of those getters
  *) support for find usages for wicket:ids
  *) central facet for wicket, to control its settings.
  *) ability to turn off the non-serializable field in serializable
  class warning in components for fields that are injected.
 
  br
  andreas
 
 




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Intellij9 integration

2009-11-14 Thread Alex Rass
If any of you guys are using Intellij Idea, I HIGHLY suggest you go to the 
EAP Forum http://intellij.net/forums/forum.jspa?forumID=22 
and post that you want Wicket support in 9.

They have opened up EAP for version 9 and it's now or god knows when.

They are starting an Open Source version this time. And their product is
100x better than Eclipse.

Lets get them to integrate wicket in, so it gets popularity and recognition
it deserves.



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Re: Intellij9 integration

2009-11-14 Thread Andreas Petersson
i think getting official support for wicket in idea is too late. the 
roadmap was published about 6 months ago, for example at

http://blogs.jetbrains.com/idea/2009/05/maia-eap-is-finally-here/
and there is already a beta version available at
http://www.jetbrains.com/idea/nextversion/index.html

but maybe it is the right time to give wicketforge some polish. my 
suggestions for enhancements, since it should be possible to better 
develop plugins since it is open source now.
*) validation of propertymodels/CPM like idea does for expression 
Language for jsp. ability to ctrl-click to the corresponding getter and 
find usages of those getters

*) support for find usages for wicket:ids
*) central facet for wicket, to control its settings.
*) ability to turn off the non-serializable field in serializable 
class warning in components for fields that are injected.


br
andreas

If any of you guys are using Intellij Idea, I HIGHLY suggest you go to the 
EAP Forum http://intellij.net/forums/forum.jspa?forumID=22 
and post that you want Wicket support in 9.
  



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RE: Intellij9 integration

2009-11-14 Thread Alex Rass
You have a point, but I've been using Idea for... 6+ years now.
These guys are very sales oriented.
They added GWT support as a point release, like it was a no big deal.
When they see there's a demand - they move on it. 
And if they can add a new popular framework for the launch - they just may,
to make it sell better. They are in a war with Eclipse and we got that and
it's better has been their selling angle.

But if someone wants to make the wicketidea plugin actually work - that'd be
cool too :)  Current one barely shows up and is VERY sensitive.


-Original Message-
From: Andreas Petersson [mailto:andr...@petersson.at] 
Sent: Saturday, November 14, 2009 5:00 PM
To: users@wicket.apache.org
Subject: Re: Intellij9 integration

i think getting official support for wicket in idea is too late. the 
roadmap was published about 6 months ago, for example at
http://blogs.jetbrains.com/idea/2009/05/maia-eap-is-finally-here/
 and there is already a beta version available at
http://www.jetbrains.com/idea/nextversion/index.html

but maybe it is the right time to give wicketforge some polish. my 
suggestions for enhancements, since it should be possible to better 
develop plugins since it is open source now.
*) validation of propertymodels/CPM like idea does for expression 
Language for jsp. ability to ctrl-click to the corresponding getter and 
find usages of those getters
*) support for find usages for wicket:ids
*) central facet for wicket, to control its settings.
*) ability to turn off the non-serializable field in serializable 
class warning in components for fields that are injected.

br
andreas

 If any of you guys are using Intellij Idea, I HIGHLY suggest you go to the

 EAP Forum http://intellij.net/forums/forum.jspa?forumID=22 
 and post that you want Wicket support in 9.
   


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Re: Intellij9 integration

2009-11-14 Thread Nick Heudecker
What do you mean that the current one shows up?  I haven't updated
WicketForge to work with IDEA 9 because I'm not on IDEA 9.

Feel free to submit patches.  Right now WicketForge does everything I need
it to do, so unless I start using Wicket more often or it doesn't meet my
needs, I'm not really inclined to spend my limited free time on it.

On Sat, Nov 14, 2009 at 3:12 PM, Alex Rass a...@itbsllc.com wrote:

 You have a point, but I've been using Idea for... 6+ years now.
 These guys are very sales oriented.
 They added GWT support as a point release, like it was a no big deal.
 When they see there's a demand - they move on it.
 And if they can add a new popular framework for the launch - they just may,
 to make it sell better. They are in a war with Eclipse and we got that and
 it's better has been their selling angle.

 But if someone wants to make the wicketidea plugin actually work - that'd
 be
 cool too :)  Current one barely shows up and is VERY sensitive.


 -Original Message-
 From: Andreas Petersson [mailto:andr...@petersson.at]
 Sent: Saturday, November 14, 2009 5:00 PM
 To: users@wicket.apache.org
 Subject: Re: Intellij9 integration

 i think getting official support for wicket in idea is too late. the
 roadmap was published about 6 months ago, for example at
 http://blogs.jetbrains.com/idea/2009/05/maia-eap-is-finally-here/
  and there is already a beta version available at
 http://www.jetbrains.com/idea/nextversion/index.html

 but maybe it is the right time to give wicketforge some polish. my
 suggestions for enhancements, since it should be possible to better
 develop plugins since it is open source now.
 *) validation of propertymodels/CPM like idea does for expression
 Language for jsp. ability to ctrl-click to the corresponding getter and
 find usages of those getters
 *) support for find usages for wicket:ids
 *) central facet for wicket, to control its settings.
 *) ability to turn off the non-serializable field in serializable
 class warning in components for fields that are injected.

 br
 andreas