Re: Announcing: Scala-Wicket Extensions Project

2009-09-11 Thread Antony Stubbs
Ok yup - it's on the cards to be removed... cretzel wrote: Antony Stubbs wrote: Yes, the ⇒ is actually what the = is supposed to be in Scala, and is a UTF8 character, which I'm sure would be supported by all modern editors. I'm surprised you can't see it properly. What OS and

Re: Announcing: Scala-Wicket Extensions Project

2009-09-10 Thread cretzel
Antony Stubbs wrote: Yes, the ⇒ is actually what the = is supposed to be in Scala, and is a UTF8 character, which I'm sure would be supported by all modern editors. I'm surprised you can't see it properly. What OS and version of Eclipse are you viewing them with? I am toying around with

Re: Announcing: Scala-Wicket Extensions Project

2009-08-18 Thread Jörn Zaefferer
Hi Antony, is there a website for the project with some documentation? You mention the specification files, but those aren't included in the SNAPSHOT release. So all I have are some not-so-useful SDocs, your hints here and a link to http://technically.us/code/x/the-escape-hatch, which doesn't

Re: Announcing: Scala-Wicket Extensions Project

2009-08-18 Thread Antony Stubbs
Not sure how I missed this response Sorry! No there isn't, there's only the source code, the sample app, the archetype and the specification tests. But creating the Wicketstuff page is in the list of things to do, but it's not that close to the front of the queue unfort. If someone else

Re: Announcing: Scala-Wicket Extensions Project

2009-08-18 Thread Antony Stubbs
My pleasure :) I hope some people enjoying using the useful stuff in there and I hope we get some useful contributions to add to the collection.. I'm sure it will evolve over time as I use it more in our company as well. hmm, faster to write yes, but i don't think faster performing. Definitely

Re: Announcing: Scala-Wicket Extensions Project

2009-08-18 Thread Antony Stubbs
On 18/08/2009, at 9:30 PM, Jörn Zaefferer wrote: I'll take a look at the archetype. Still, a simple page with some example code would help a lot - Maven archetypes can be quite annoying when the repository isn't directly available. I completely agree, but I don't have time atm to do it. And the

Re: Announcing: Scala-Wicket Extensions Project

2009-08-16 Thread Jörn Zaefferer
Its not quite as good as the Java Tools, but it has come a long way: http://www.scala-lang.org/node/94 Jörn On Sat, Aug 15, 2009 at 1:14 PM, Martin Sachssachs.mar...@gmail.com wrote: Thanks for that variant of programming wicket-application! I like scala and its concepts, very much.  Using

Announcing: Scala-Wicket Extensions Project

2009-08-14 Thread Antony Stubbs
Hello People, Today, I am proud to announce that I have now uploaded the first version of the new Scala-Wicket Extensions. The project aims to be a central point for Scala related extensions to the Wicket framework. At the moment, the project consists of an Archetype, Sample