Re: What IDE best fits with Wicket?

2009-03-11 Thread Eelco Hillenius
I'm using Jetty directly (without Maven, though we do use maven for
project management), and hotswap works great then.

Eelco


On Tue, Mar 10, 2009 at 4:47 AM, francisco treacy
francisco.tre...@gmail.com wrote:
 i would like to add an ingredient here: scala.

 is there anyone successfully using an IDE with wicket/maven/scala
 *and* jetty hotswap?

 i have always developed wicket/java in eclipse (dead easy to set up -
 create quickstart archetype, right click debug Start.java and off you
 go). but scala plugin for eclipse was a PIA to work with (stable or
 nightly) and i decided to try with netbeans 6.5, where scala plugin is
 quite decent. i managed to set up the quickstart with maven, added
 some config for scala and all is great... but i really can't figure
 out how to have jetty hotswap support.  apparently i should add some
 configuration to tell netbeans i want the process-resources goal to
 execute each time i save an html file, or compile a scala file.

 it is not very convenient to restart the app every time i make a
 change.  does anybody have experience with a similar setup?

 thanks,

 francisco


 On Sat, Feb 28, 2009 at 5:45 AM, Brill Pappin br...@pappin.ca wrote:
 It's been a year or two since I tried it... but I couldn't stand it
 unfortunately (m4eclipse was going through some serious issues at the time).

 Glad to see that its improved enough to use!

 - Brill

 On 27-Feb-09, at 6:14 AM, Sergio García wrote:


 I'm using Q4E, and although it has some flaws, it works very good with
 maven

 Brill Pappin wrote:

 What are you using instead?

 - Brill

 On 24-Feb-09, at 12:45 PM, James Carman wrote:

 +1!  We had an awful lot of trouble getting it to work for us.

 On Tue, Feb 24, 2009 at 12:38 PM, Martijn Dashorst
 martijn.dasho...@gmail.com wrote:

 m2eclipse is absolutely worthless for anything beyond a quickstart.
 It
 is constantly reparsing poms, grinding eclipse to a halt. It failed
 to
 generate the right project dependencies for our multimodule project
 that consists of 2 multimodule child projects. It failed miserably to
 uninstall, needing me to axe my eclipse installation.

 In short: my experience (and that of my co-workers) with m2eclipse is
 that it is far from ready for prime time.

 Martijn

 On Tue, Feb 24, 2009 at 5:55 PM, Brill Pappin br...@pappin.ca
 wrote:

 I should add something about the Eclipse maven plugins... don't go
 for the
 official eclipse Q4 plugin... use the Maven Integration 4
 Eclipse plugin
 (and actually the development version if your jiggy with it, it
 works and
 gets updated/fixed way more often).

 If your on Netbeans, I think Maven will generate Netbeans project
 files for
 you as well (it will do so for eclipse), so you could actually
 flip back and
 forth if you wanted.

 - Brill Pappin

 On 23-Feb-09, at 5:19 PM, Pierre Goupil wrote:

 +1, I like Wicket Bench. And with M2Eclipse, you have the full
 sources 
 JavaDoc just by adding Wicket as a dependency, which is very
 convenient.
 But
 don't expect Wicket Bench to do too much, it's just a small,
 useful tool.

 Pierre


 Hi, I use Eclipse with Wicket Bench plugin and it works very fine.

 --
 Sans amis était le grand maître des mondes,
 Eprouvait manque, ce pour quoi il créa les esprits,
 Miroirs bienveillants de sa béatitude.
 Mais au vrai, il ne trouva aucun égal,
 Du calice du royaume total des âmes
 Ecume jusqu'à lui l'infinité.

 (Schiller, l'amitié)

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Re: What IDE best fits with Wicket?

2009-03-10 Thread francisco treacy
i would like to add an ingredient here: scala.

is there anyone successfully using an IDE with wicket/maven/scala
*and* jetty hotswap?

i have always developed wicket/java in eclipse (dead easy to set up -
create quickstart archetype, right click debug Start.java and off you
go). but scala plugin for eclipse was a PIA to work with (stable or
nightly) and i decided to try with netbeans 6.5, where scala plugin is
quite decent. i managed to set up the quickstart with maven, added
some config for scala and all is great... but i really can't figure
out how to have jetty hotswap support.  apparently i should add some
configuration to tell netbeans i want the process-resources goal to
execute each time i save an html file, or compile a scala file.

it is not very convenient to restart the app every time i make a
change.  does anybody have experience with a similar setup?

thanks,

francisco


On Sat, Feb 28, 2009 at 5:45 AM, Brill Pappin br...@pappin.ca wrote:
 It's been a year or two since I tried it... but I couldn't stand it
 unfortunately (m4eclipse was going through some serious issues at the time).

 Glad to see that its improved enough to use!

 - Brill

 On 27-Feb-09, at 6:14 AM, Sergio García wrote:


 I'm using Q4E, and although it has some flaws, it works very good with
 maven

 Brill Pappin wrote:

 What are you using instead?

 - Brill

 On 24-Feb-09, at 12:45 PM, James Carman wrote:

 +1!  We had an awful lot of trouble getting it to work for us.

 On Tue, Feb 24, 2009 at 12:38 PM, Martijn Dashorst
 martijn.dasho...@gmail.com wrote:

 m2eclipse is absolutely worthless for anything beyond a quickstart.
 It
 is constantly reparsing poms, grinding eclipse to a halt. It failed
 to
 generate the right project dependencies for our multimodule project
 that consists of 2 multimodule child projects. It failed miserably to
 uninstall, needing me to axe my eclipse installation.

 In short: my experience (and that of my co-workers) with m2eclipse is
 that it is far from ready for prime time.

 Martijn

 On Tue, Feb 24, 2009 at 5:55 PM, Brill Pappin br...@pappin.ca
 wrote:

 I should add something about the Eclipse maven plugins... don't go
 for the
 official eclipse Q4 plugin... use the Maven Integration 4
 Eclipse plugin
 (and actually the development version if your jiggy with it, it
 works and
 gets updated/fixed way more often).

 If your on Netbeans, I think Maven will generate Netbeans project
 files for
 you as well (it will do so for eclipse), so you could actually
 flip back and
 forth if you wanted.

 - Brill Pappin

 On 23-Feb-09, at 5:19 PM, Pierre Goupil wrote:

 +1, I like Wicket Bench. And with M2Eclipse, you have the full
 sources 
 JavaDoc just by adding Wicket as a dependency, which is very
 convenient.
 But
 don't expect Wicket Bench to do too much, it's just a small,
 useful tool.

 Pierre


 Hi, I use Eclipse with Wicket Bench plugin and it works very fine.

 --
 Sans amis était le grand maître des mondes,
 Eprouvait manque, ce pour quoi il créa les esprits,
 Miroirs bienveillants de sa béatitude.
 Mais au vrai, il ne trouva aucun égal,
 Du calice du royaume total des âmes
 Ecume jusqu'à lui l'infinité.

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Re: What IDE best fits with Wicket?

2009-02-27 Thread nino martinez wael
I just use mvn eclipse:eclipse , it works every time :)

2009/2/27 Emond Papegaaij emond.papega...@topicus.nl

 That is the plugin Martijn is talking about, and I am one of the co-workers
 he
 mentioned. I tried the m2eclipse plugin and used it for a day. The plugin
 (version 0.9.7.200902090947) was able to checkout the project from svn and
 create eclipse projects for all modules, so far so good, although the
 browse
 button in the svn window didn't work. At that moment the trouble started.

 Somehow, after even the slightest code change, eclipse started to rebuild
 the
 entire project over and over, taking ages. After some more changes (some of
 them might have been in the pom), some of my projects got corrupted and I
 had
 to clean everything, doing a complete rebuild. A few hours later, while I
 was
 working on a Java file, about 30,000 errors suddenly appeared. Somehow,
 m2eclipse had reversed some of my module-to-module dependencies. I tried
 cleaning, updating, refreshing the project configuration, nothing helped. I
 was
 unable to get the project to build again.

 My experience with m2eclipse is that it is slow and very unstable. My last
 attempt was not the first attempt. I tried to use it several times, because
 running mvn eclipse:eclipse all the time is just a pain in the *, but every
 time I ran into some strange problem I could not solve.

 Emond Papegaaij

 On Thursday 26 February 2009 17:20:04 Brill Pappin wrote:
  I don't think we're talking about the same plugin then (although you
  seem to be calling it the same thing)...
  I'm referring to:
 
   http://m2eclipse.codehaus.org/
 
  It's the *only* one I've found that *actually works* properly,
  particularly for larger projects... although I run the dev version so
  I'm not sure how well the released version is working at this moment.
  Of course I could simply go back to the console and use the maven
  plugin to generate the eclipse project files, but I find the plugin to
  be light-years ahead in maintaining a clean build env.
 
  I guess people's experience with various tools also depends a lot on
  *how* they work not just what they work with :)
 
 
  - Brill Pappin
 
  On 24-Feb-09, at 12:38 PM, Martijn Dashorst wrote:
   m2eclipse is absolutely worthless for anything beyond a quickstart. It
   is constantly reparsing poms, grinding eclipse to a halt. It failed to
   generate the right project dependencies for our multimodule project
   that consists of 2 multimodule child projects. It failed miserably to
   uninstall, needing me to axe my eclipse installation.
  
   In short: my experience (and that of my co-workers) with m2eclipse is
   that it is far from ready for prime time.
  
   Martijn
  
   On Tue, Feb 24, 2009 at 5:55 PM, Brill Pappin br...@pappin.ca wrote:
   I should add something about the Eclipse maven plugins... don't go
   for the
   official eclipse Q4 plugin... use the Maven Integration 4 Eclipse
   plugin
   (and actually the development version if your jiggy with it, it
   works and
   gets updated/fixed way more often).
  
   If your on Netbeans, I think Maven will generate Netbeans project
   files for
   you as well (it will do so for eclipse), so you could actually flip
   back and
   forth if you wanted.
  
   - Brill Pappin
  
   On 23-Feb-09, at 5:19 PM, Pierre Goupil wrote:
   +1, I like Wicket Bench. And with M2Eclipse, you have the full
   sources 
   JavaDoc just by adding Wicket as a dependency, which is very
   convenient.
   But
   don't expect Wicket Bench to do too much, it's just a small,
   useful tool.
  
   Pierre
  
   Hi, I use Eclipse with Wicket Bench plugin and it works very fine.
  
   --
   Sans amis était le grand maître des mondes,
   Eprouvait manque, ce pour quoi il créa les esprits,
   Miroirs bienveillants de sa béatitude.
   Mais au vrai, il ne trouva aucun égal,
   Du calice du royaume total des âmes
   Ecume jusqu'à lui l'infinité.
  
   (Schiller, l'amitié)
  
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Re: What IDE best fits with Wicket?

2009-02-27 Thread Emond Papegaaij
Yes, mvn eclipse:eclipse works, but it's not really integrating maven in 
eclipse. I have to run it manually after changing the pom or the project 
structure and it often results in a complete rebuild of all projects.

On Friday 27 February 2009 10:08:58 nino martinez wael wrote:
 I just use mvn eclipse:eclipse , it works every time :)

 2009/2/27 Emond Papegaaij emond.papega...@topicus.nl

  That is the plugin Martijn is talking about, and I am one of the
  co-workers he
  mentioned. I tried the m2eclipse plugin and used it for a day. The plugin
  (version 0.9.7.200902090947) was able to checkout the project from svn
  and create eclipse projects for all modules, so far so good, although the
  browse
  button in the svn window didn't work. At that moment the trouble started.
 
  Somehow, after even the slightest code change, eclipse started to rebuild
  the
  entire project over and over, taking ages. After some more changes (some
  of them might have been in the pom), some of my projects got corrupted
  and I had
  to clean everything, doing a complete rebuild. A few hours later, while I
  was
  working on a Java file, about 30,000 errors suddenly appeared. Somehow,
  m2eclipse had reversed some of my module-to-module dependencies. I tried
  cleaning, updating, refreshing the project configuration, nothing helped.
  I was
  unable to get the project to build again.
 
  My experience with m2eclipse is that it is slow and very unstable. My
  last attempt was not the first attempt. I tried to use it several times,
  because running mvn eclipse:eclipse all the time is just a pain in the *,
  but every time I ran into some strange problem I could not solve.
 
  Emond Papegaaij
 
  On Thursday 26 February 2009 17:20:04 Brill Pappin wrote:
   I don't think we're talking about the same plugin then (although you
   seem to be calling it the same thing)...
   I'm referring to:
  
http://m2eclipse.codehaus.org/
  
   It's the *only* one I've found that *actually works* properly,
   particularly for larger projects... although I run the dev version so
   I'm not sure how well the released version is working at this moment.
   Of course I could simply go back to the console and use the maven
   plugin to generate the eclipse project files, but I find the plugin to
   be light-years ahead in maintaining a clean build env.
  
   I guess people's experience with various tools also depends a lot on
   *how* they work not just what they work with :)
  
  
   - Brill Pappin
  
   On 24-Feb-09, at 12:38 PM, Martijn Dashorst wrote:
m2eclipse is absolutely worthless for anything beyond a quickstart.
It is constantly reparsing poms, grinding eclipse to a halt. It
failed to generate the right project dependencies for our multimodule
project that consists of 2 multimodule child projects. It failed
miserably to uninstall, needing me to axe my eclipse installation.
   
In short: my experience (and that of my co-workers) with m2eclipse is
that it is far from ready for prime time.
   
Martijn
   
On Tue, Feb 24, 2009 at 5:55 PM, Brill Pappin br...@pappin.ca wrote:
I should add something about the Eclipse maven plugins... don't go
for the
official eclipse Q4 plugin... use the Maven Integration 4 Eclipse
plugin
(and actually the development version if your jiggy with it, it
works and
gets updated/fixed way more often).
   
If your on Netbeans, I think Maven will generate Netbeans project
files for
you as well (it will do so for eclipse), so you could actually flip
back and
forth if you wanted.
   
- Brill Pappin
   
On 23-Feb-09, at 5:19 PM, Pierre Goupil wrote:
+1, I like Wicket Bench. And with M2Eclipse, you have the full
sources 
JavaDoc just by adding Wicket as a dependency, which is very
convenient.
But
don't expect Wicket Bench to do too much, it's just a small,
useful tool.
   
Pierre
   
Hi, I use Eclipse with Wicket Bench plugin and it works very fine.
   
--
Sans amis était le grand maître des mondes,
Eprouvait manque, ce pour quoi il créa les esprits,
Miroirs bienveillants de sa béatitude.
Mais au vrai, il ne trouva aucun égal,
Du calice du royaume total des âmes
Ecume jusqu'à lui l'infinité.
   
(Schiller, l'amitié)
   

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Re: What IDE best fits with Wicket?

2009-02-27 Thread nino martinez wael
Sure, if you change project structure, you need to invoke mvn
eclipse:eclipse one projects that are changed.. But it works... And true
it's not integrated in eclipse..

I just dont see what the integrations bring, but It might just be because I
too have been unlucky, when I tried m2eclipse...

The subversion (subversive) integration though, that I see the benefits of
(and for me it works 95% of the time)...

2009/2/27 Emond Papegaaij emond.papega...@topicus.nl

 Yes, mvn eclipse:eclipse works, but it's not really integrating maven in
 eclipse. I have to run it manually after changing the pom or the project
 structure and it often results in a complete rebuild of all projects.

 On Friday 27 February 2009 10:08:58 nino martinez wael wrote:
  I just use mvn eclipse:eclipse , it works every time :)
 
  2009/2/27 Emond Papegaaij emond.papega...@topicus.nl
 
   That is the plugin Martijn is talking about, and I am one of the
   co-workers he
   mentioned. I tried the m2eclipse plugin and used it for a day. The
 plugin
   (version 0.9.7.200902090947) was able to checkout the project from svn
   and create eclipse projects for all modules, so far so good, although
 the
   browse
   button in the svn window didn't work. At that moment the trouble
 started.
  
   Somehow, after even the slightest code change, eclipse started to
 rebuild
   the
   entire project over and over, taking ages. After some more changes
 (some
   of them might have been in the pom), some of my projects got corrupted
   and I had
   to clean everything, doing a complete rebuild. A few hours later, while
 I
   was
   working on a Java file, about 30,000 errors suddenly appeared. Somehow,
   m2eclipse had reversed some of my module-to-module dependencies. I
 tried
   cleaning, updating, refreshing the project configuration, nothing
 helped.
   I was
   unable to get the project to build again.
  
   My experience with m2eclipse is that it is slow and very unstable. My
   last attempt was not the first attempt. I tried to use it several
 times,
   because running mvn eclipse:eclipse all the time is just a pain in the
 *,
   but every time I ran into some strange problem I could not solve.
  
   Emond Papegaaij
  
   On Thursday 26 February 2009 17:20:04 Brill Pappin wrote:
I don't think we're talking about the same plugin then (although you
seem to be calling it the same thing)...
I'm referring to:
   
 http://m2eclipse.codehaus.org/
   
It's the *only* one I've found that *actually works* properly,
particularly for larger projects... although I run the dev version so
I'm not sure how well the released version is working at this moment.
Of course I could simply go back to the console and use the maven
plugin to generate the eclipse project files, but I find the plugin
 to
be light-years ahead in maintaining a clean build env.
   
I guess people's experience with various tools also depends a lot on
*how* they work not just what they work with :)
   
   
- Brill Pappin
   
On 24-Feb-09, at 12:38 PM, Martijn Dashorst wrote:
 m2eclipse is absolutely worthless for anything beyond a quickstart.
 It is constantly reparsing poms, grinding eclipse to a halt. It
 failed to generate the right project dependencies for our
 multimodule
 project that consists of 2 multimodule child projects. It failed
 miserably to uninstall, needing me to axe my eclipse installation.

 In short: my experience (and that of my co-workers) with m2eclipse
 is
 that it is far from ready for prime time.

 Martijn

 On Tue, Feb 24, 2009 at 5:55 PM, Brill Pappin br...@pappin.ca
 wrote:
 I should add something about the Eclipse maven plugins... don't go
 for the
 official eclipse Q4 plugin... use the Maven Integration 4
 Eclipse
 plugin
 (and actually the development version if your jiggy with it, it
 works and
 gets updated/fixed way more often).

 If your on Netbeans, I think Maven will generate Netbeans project
 files for
 you as well (it will do so for eclipse), so you could actually
 flip
 back and
 forth if you wanted.

 - Brill Pappin

 On 23-Feb-09, at 5:19 PM, Pierre Goupil wrote:
 +1, I like Wicket Bench. And with M2Eclipse, you have the full
 sources 
 JavaDoc just by adding Wicket as a dependency, which is very
 convenient.
 But
 don't expect Wicket Bench to do too much, it's just a small,
 useful tool.

 Pierre

 Hi, I use Eclipse with Wicket Bench plugin and it works very
 fine.

 --
 Sans amis était le grand maître des mondes,
 Eprouvait manque, ce pour quoi il créa les esprits,
 Miroirs bienveillants de sa béatitude.
 Mais au vrai, il ne trouva aucun égal,
 Du calice du royaume total des âmes
 Ecume jusqu'à lui l'infinité.

 (Schiller, l'amitié)


 

Re: What IDE best fits with Wicket?

2009-02-27 Thread Emond Papegaaij
Some of the benefits are:
 - You can edit the pom and the results are immediately visible (like when 
editing java code).
 - Working with snapshots is much easier. You just checkout the project and 
m2eclipse removes the jar dependency and adds a project dependency. This saves 
you from performing a deploy and eclipse:eclipse cycle on every update.
 - Eclipse projects are created automatically for multi-module projects. You 
don't have to import them by hand.
 - You don't need a prompt to update.

On Friday 27 February 2009 11:49:21 nino martinez wael wrote:
 Sure, if you change project structure, you need to invoke mvn
 eclipse:eclipse one projects that are changed.. But it works... And true
 it's not integrated in eclipse..

 I just dont see what the integrations bring, but It might just be because I
 too have been unlucky, when I tried m2eclipse...

 The subversion (subversive) integration though, that I see the benefits of
 (and for me it works 95% of the time)...

 2009/2/27 Emond Papegaaij emond.papega...@topicus.nl

  Yes, mvn eclipse:eclipse works, but it's not really integrating maven in
  eclipse. I have to run it manually after changing the pom or the project
  structure and it often results in a complete rebuild of all projects.
 
  On Friday 27 February 2009 10:08:58 nino martinez wael wrote:
   I just use mvn eclipse:eclipse , it works every time :)
  
   2009/2/27 Emond Papegaaij emond.papega...@topicus.nl
  
That is the plugin Martijn is talking about, and I am one of the
co-workers he
mentioned. I tried the m2eclipse plugin and used it for a day. The
 
  plugin
 
(version 0.9.7.200902090947) was able to checkout the project from
svn and create eclipse projects for all modules, so far so good,
although
 
  the
 
browse
button in the svn window didn't work. At that moment the trouble
 
  started.
 
Somehow, after even the slightest code change, eclipse started to
 
  rebuild
 
the
entire project over and over, taking ages. After some more changes
 
  (some
 
of them might have been in the pom), some of my projects got
corrupted and I had
to clean everything, doing a complete rebuild. A few hours later,
while
 
  I
 
was
working on a Java file, about 30,000 errors suddenly appeared.
Somehow, m2eclipse had reversed some of my module-to-module
dependencies. I
 
  tried
 
cleaning, updating, refreshing the project configuration, nothing
 
  helped.
 
I was
unable to get the project to build again.
   
My experience with m2eclipse is that it is slow and very unstable. My
last attempt was not the first attempt. I tried to use it several
 
  times,
 
because running mvn eclipse:eclipse all the time is just a pain in
the
 
  *,
 
but every time I ran into some strange problem I could not solve.
   
Emond Papegaaij
   
On Thursday 26 February 2009 17:20:04 Brill Pappin wrote:
 I don't think we're talking about the same plugin then (although
 you seem to be calling it the same thing)...
 I'm referring to:

  http://m2eclipse.codehaus.org/

 It's the *only* one I've found that *actually works* properly,
 particularly for larger projects... although I run the dev version
 so I'm not sure how well the released version is working at this
 moment. Of course I could simply go back to the console and use the
 maven plugin to generate the eclipse project files, but I find the
 plugin
 
  to
 
 be light-years ahead in maintaining a clean build env.

 I guess people's experience with various tools also depends a lot
 on *how* they work not just what they work with :)


 - Brill Pappin

 On 24-Feb-09, at 12:38 PM, Martijn Dashorst wrote:
  m2eclipse is absolutely worthless for anything beyond a
  quickstart. It is constantly reparsing poms, grinding eclipse to
  a halt. It failed to generate the right project dependencies for
  our
 
  multimodule
 
  project that consists of 2 multimodule child projects. It failed
  miserably to uninstall, needing me to axe my eclipse
  installation.
 
  In short: my experience (and that of my co-workers) with
  m2eclipse
 
  is
 
  that it is far from ready for prime time.
 
  Martijn
 
  On Tue, Feb 24, 2009 at 5:55 PM, Brill Pappin br...@pappin.ca
 
  wrote:
  I should add something about the Eclipse maven plugins... don't
  go for the
  official eclipse Q4 plugin... use the Maven Integration 4
 
  Eclipse
 
  plugin
  (and actually the development version if your jiggy with it, it
  works and
  gets updated/fixed way more often).
 
  If your on Netbeans, I think Maven will generate Netbeans
  project files for
  you as well (it will do so for eclipse), so you could actually
 
  flip
 
  back and
  forth if you wanted.
 
  - Brill Pappin
 
  On 

Re: What IDE best fits with Wicket?

2009-02-27 Thread Sergio García

I'm using Q4E, and although it has some flaws, it works very good with maven

Brill Pappin wrote:
 
 What are you using instead?
 
 - Brill
 
 On 24-Feb-09, at 12:45 PM, James Carman wrote:
 
 +1!  We had an awful lot of trouble getting it to work for us.

 On Tue, Feb 24, 2009 at 12:38 PM, Martijn Dashorst
 martijn.dasho...@gmail.com wrote:
 m2eclipse is absolutely worthless for anything beyond a quickstart.  
 It
 is constantly reparsing poms, grinding eclipse to a halt. It failed  
 to
 generate the right project dependencies for our multimodule project
 that consists of 2 multimodule child projects. It failed miserably to
 uninstall, needing me to axe my eclipse installation.

 In short: my experience (and that of my co-workers) with m2eclipse is
 that it is far from ready for prime time.

 Martijn

 On Tue, Feb 24, 2009 at 5:55 PM, Brill Pappin br...@pappin.ca  
 wrote:
 I should add something about the Eclipse maven plugins... don't go  
 for the
 official eclipse Q4 plugin... use the Maven Integration 4  
 Eclipse plugin
 (and actually the development version if your jiggy with it, it  
 works and
 gets updated/fixed way more often).

 If your on Netbeans, I think Maven will generate Netbeans project  
 files for
 you as well (it will do so for eclipse), so you could actually  
 flip back and
 forth if you wanted.

 - Brill Pappin

 On 23-Feb-09, at 5:19 PM, Pierre Goupil wrote:

 +1, I like Wicket Bench. And with M2Eclipse, you have the full  
 sources 
 JavaDoc just by adding Wicket as a dependency, which is very  
 convenient.
 But
 don't expect Wicket Bench to do too much, it's just a small,  
 useful tool.

 Pierre


 Hi, I use Eclipse with Wicket Bench plugin and it works very fine.

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Re: What IDE best fits with Wicket?

2009-02-27 Thread nino martinez wael
Replying inline

2009/2/27 Emond Papegaaij emond.papega...@topicus.nl

 Some of the benefits are:
  - You can edit the pom and the results are immediately visible (like when
 editing java code).

Okay I see some benefit from this...


  - Working with snapshots is much easier. You just checkout the project and
 m2eclipse removes the jar dependency and adds a project dependency. This
 saves
 you from performing a deploy and eclipse:eclipse cycle on every update.

This too are done if you are working a multimodule project with maven and
use eclipse:eclipse


  - Eclipse projects are created automatically for multi-module projects.
 You
 don't have to import them by hand.

The same with mvn eclipse:eclipse if setup properly


  - You don't need a prompt to update.

True, but I actually like to build once in a while from cmd line, because
the fact that eclipse cant handle scopes.. So sometimes something goes
wrong, but you only discover it on your ci server...



 On Friday 27 February 2009 11:49:21 nino martinez wael wrote:
  Sure, if you change project structure, you need to invoke mvn
  eclipse:eclipse one projects that are changed.. But it works... And true
  it's not integrated in eclipse..
 
  I just dont see what the integrations bring, but It might just be because
 I
  too have been unlucky, when I tried m2eclipse...
 
  The subversion (subversive) integration though, that I see the benefits
 of
  (and for me it works 95% of the time)...
 
  2009/2/27 Emond Papegaaij emond.papega...@topicus.nl
 
   Yes, mvn eclipse:eclipse works, but it's not really integrating maven
 in
   eclipse. I have to run it manually after changing the pom or the
 project
   structure and it often results in a complete rebuild of all projects.
  
   On Friday 27 February 2009 10:08:58 nino martinez wael wrote:
I just use mvn eclipse:eclipse , it works every time :)
   
2009/2/27 Emond Papegaaij emond.papega...@topicus.nl
   
 That is the plugin Martijn is talking about, and I am one of the
 co-workers he
 mentioned. I tried the m2eclipse plugin and used it for a day. The
  
   plugin
  
 (version 0.9.7.200902090947) was able to checkout the project from
 svn and create eclipse projects for all modules, so far so good,
 although
  
   the
  
 browse
 button in the svn window didn't work. At that moment the trouble
  
   started.
  
 Somehow, after even the slightest code change, eclipse started to
  
   rebuild
  
 the
 entire project over and over, taking ages. After some more changes
  
   (some
  
 of them might have been in the pom), some of my projects got
 corrupted and I had
 to clean everything, doing a complete rebuild. A few hours later,
 while
  
   I
  
 was
 working on a Java file, about 30,000 errors suddenly appeared.
 Somehow, m2eclipse had reversed some of my module-to-module
 dependencies. I
  
   tried
  
 cleaning, updating, refreshing the project configuration, nothing
  
   helped.
  
 I was
 unable to get the project to build again.

 My experience with m2eclipse is that it is slow and very unstable.
 My
 last attempt was not the first attempt. I tried to use it several
  
   times,
  
 because running mvn eclipse:eclipse all the time is just a pain in
 the
  
   *,
  
 but every time I ran into some strange problem I could not solve.

 Emond Papegaaij

 On Thursday 26 February 2009 17:20:04 Brill Pappin wrote:
  I don't think we're talking about the same plugin then (although
  you seem to be calling it the same thing)...
  I'm referring to:
 
   http://m2eclipse.codehaus.org/
 
  It's the *only* one I've found that *actually works* properly,
  particularly for larger projects... although I run the dev
 version
  so I'm not sure how well the released version is working at this
  moment. Of course I could simply go back to the console and use
 the
  maven plugin to generate the eclipse project files, but I find
 the
  plugin
  
   to
  
  be light-years ahead in maintaining a clean build env.
 
  I guess people's experience with various tools also depends a lot
  on *how* they work not just what they work with :)
 
 
  - Brill Pappin
 
  On 24-Feb-09, at 12:38 PM, Martijn Dashorst wrote:
   m2eclipse is absolutely worthless for anything beyond a
   quickstart. It is constantly reparsing poms, grinding eclipse
 to
   a halt. It failed to generate the right project dependencies
 for
   our
  
   multimodule
  
   project that consists of 2 multimodule child projects. It
 failed
   miserably to uninstall, needing me to axe my eclipse
   installation.
  
   In short: my experience (and that of my co-workers) with
   m2eclipse
  
   is
  
   that it is far from ready for prime time.
  
   Martijn
  
   On Tue, Feb 24, 2009 at 5:55 

Re: What IDE best fits with Wicket?

2009-02-27 Thread Richard Allen
I think when/if Eclipse supports nested projects, that might help.
Eclipse.org appears to be working on it for version 4. See:
https://bugs.eclipse.org/bugs/show_bug.cgi?id=35973

I have also ran into problems with m2eclipse, however I have kept it
installed for use with small projects and for the POM editor. We continue to
use eclipse:eclipse for our projects because they are large multi-project
builds. However, m2eclipse can be useful when you want to browse a smaller
project. I just checkout the project from the command line, then use File 
Import  General  Maven Projects and point it at the project's root
directory where the POM resides. That's faster than using eclipse:eclipse.
The POM editor is useful for viewing the dependency hierarchy.


On Fri, Feb 27, 2009 at 7:19 AM, nino martinez wael 
nino.martinez.w...@gmail.com wrote:

 Replying inline

 2009/2/27 Emond Papegaaij emond.papega...@topicus.nl

  Some of the benefits are:
   - You can edit the pom and the results are immediately visible (like
 when
  editing java code).

 Okay I see some benefit from this...

 
   - Working with snapshots is much easier. You just checkout the project
 and
  m2eclipse removes the jar dependency and adds a project dependency. This
  saves
  you from performing a deploy and eclipse:eclipse cycle on every update.

 This too are done if you are working a multimodule project with maven and
 use eclipse:eclipse

 
   - Eclipse projects are created automatically for multi-module projects.
  You
  don't have to import them by hand.

 The same with mvn eclipse:eclipse if setup properly

 
   - You don't need a prompt to update.
 
 True, but I actually like to build once in a while from cmd line, because
 the fact that eclipse cant handle scopes.. So sometimes something goes
 wrong, but you only discover it on your ci server...

 
 
  On Friday 27 February 2009 11:49:21 nino martinez wael wrote:
   Sure, if you change project structure, you need to invoke mvn
   eclipse:eclipse one projects that are changed.. But it works... And
 true
   it's not integrated in eclipse..
  
   I just dont see what the integrations bring, but It might just be
 because
  I
   too have been unlucky, when I tried m2eclipse...
  
   The subversion (subversive) integration though, that I see the benefits
  of
   (and for me it works 95% of the time)...
  
   2009/2/27 Emond Papegaaij emond.papega...@topicus.nl
  
Yes, mvn eclipse:eclipse works, but it's not really integrating maven
  in
eclipse. I have to run it manually after changing the pom or the
  project
structure and it often results in a complete rebuild of all projects.
   
On Friday 27 February 2009 10:08:58 nino martinez wael wrote:
 I just use mvn eclipse:eclipse , it works every time :)

 2009/2/27 Emond Papegaaij emond.papega...@topicus.nl

  That is the plugin Martijn is talking about, and I am one of the
  co-workers he
  mentioned. I tried the m2eclipse plugin and used it for a day.
 The
   
plugin
   
  (version 0.9.7.200902090947) was able to checkout the project
 from
  svn and create eclipse projects for all modules, so far so good,
  although
   
the
   
  browse
  button in the svn window didn't work. At that moment the trouble
   
started.
   
  Somehow, after even the slightest code change, eclipse started to
   
rebuild
   
  the
  entire project over and over, taking ages. After some more
 changes
   
(some
   
  of them might have been in the pom), some of my projects got
  corrupted and I had
  to clean everything, doing a complete rebuild. A few hours later,
  while
   
I
   
  was
  working on a Java file, about 30,000 errors suddenly appeared.
  Somehow, m2eclipse had reversed some of my module-to-module
  dependencies. I
   
tried
   
  cleaning, updating, refreshing the project configuration, nothing
   
helped.
   
  I was
  unable to get the project to build again.
 
  My experience with m2eclipse is that it is slow and very
 unstable.
  My
  last attempt was not the first attempt. I tried to use it several
   
times,
   
  because running mvn eclipse:eclipse all the time is just a pain
 in
  the
   
*,
   
  but every time I ran into some strange problem I could not solve.
 
  Emond Papegaaij
 
  On Thursday 26 February 2009 17:20:04 Brill Pappin wrote:
   I don't think we're talking about the same plugin then
 (although
   you seem to be calling it the same thing)...
   I'm referring to:
  
http://m2eclipse.codehaus.org/
  
   It's the *only* one I've found that *actually works* properly,
   particularly for larger projects... although I run the dev
  version
   so I'm not sure how well the released version is working at
 this
   moment. Of course I could simply go back to the console and use
  the
   maven 

Re: m4eclipse Plugin -- Was: What IDE best fits with Wicket?

2009-02-27 Thread Brill Pappin

I *do* feel your pain and I understand the problems you are having.
the m2eclipse plugin is actually participating in the build that  
Eclipse initiated (which it does do after every code change), which  
helps keep things in sync. What exactly it does will depend on what  
needs doing (for instance if you have a lot of filtered resources,  
it's going to take longer).


About your corrupt modules... I also get that from time to time, but I  
usually find that happens if there is an error some place like in a  
POM file. Finding it and fixing it usually resolves the problem.


You may be able to turn off that auto build... earlier versions of the  
plugin didn't do it but you'd end up with partial builds on the  
eclipse side and more of a mess than was worth it.


You can also make sure you have run a build in the console as it will  
speed up the m4e plugin (it doesn't have to download anything).


I think that if your happy with the mvn eclipse:eclipse method of  
working, then you don't really need to change.. your modules are  
clearly designed for it and the m2e plugin does pretty much the same  
thing anyway.


I guess it's a bit unfortunate that you had so much trouble with it,  
but I can tell you that I use the m4e plugin every hour of every  
working day without any trouble. I think part of why it works so well  
for me is that I keep my modules small and flat (little to no nesting)  
and so *don't even notice* when it's building... it may be that it  
works for me because of how I work and organize my projects.


So, the other plugin I was talking about is the q4e plugin... I was  
very not impresses when I tried it. You can check it out yourself at:

http://code.google.com/p/q4e/

Also, I noticed before that the q4e plugin was going into Eclipse,  
however I now see that the m4eclipse plugin is becoming an official  
plugin:

http://www.eclipse.org/m2e/

- Brill Pappin



On 27-Feb-09, at 2:38 AM, Emond Papegaaij wrote:

That is the plugin Martijn is talking about, and I am one of the co- 
workers he
mentioned. I tried the m2eclipse plugin and used it for a day. The  
plugin
(version 0.9.7.200902090947) was able to checkout the project from  
svn and
create eclipse projects for all modules, so far so good, although  
the browse
button in the svn window didn't work. At that moment the trouble  
started.


Somehow, after even the slightest code change, eclipse started to  
rebuild the
entire project over and over, taking ages. After some more changes  
(some of
them might have been in the pom), some of my projects got corrupted  
and I had
to clean everything, doing a complete rebuild. A few hours later,  
while I was
working on a Java file, about 30,000 errors suddenly appeared.  
Somehow,
m2eclipse had reversed some of my module-to-module dependencies. I  
tried
cleaning, updating, refreshing the project configuration, nothing  
helped. I was

unable to get the project to build again.

My experience with m2eclipse is that it is slow and very unstable.  
My last
attempt was not the first attempt. I tried to use it several times,  
because
running mvn eclipse:eclipse all the time is just a pain in the *,  
but every

time I ran into some strange problem I could not solve.

Emond Papegaaij

On Thursday 26 February 2009 17:20:04 Brill Pappin wrote:

I don't think we're talking about the same plugin then (although you
seem to be calling it the same thing)...
I'm referring to:

http://m2eclipse.codehaus.org/

It's the *only* one I've found that *actually works* properly,
particularly for larger projects... although I run the dev version so
I'm not sure how well the released version is working at this moment.
Of course I could simply go back to the console and use the maven
plugin to generate the eclipse project files, but I find the plugin  
to

be light-years ahead in maintaining a clean build env.

I guess people's experience with various tools also depends a lot on
*how* they work not just what they work with :)


- Brill Pappin

On 24-Feb-09, at 12:38 PM, Martijn Dashorst wrote:
m2eclipse is absolutely worthless for anything beyond a  
quickstart. It
is constantly reparsing poms, grinding eclipse to a halt. It  
failed to

generate the right project dependencies for our multimodule project
that consists of 2 multimodule child projects. It failed miserably  
to

uninstall, needing me to axe my eclipse installation.

In short: my experience (and that of my co-workers) with m2eclipse  
is

that it is far from ready for prime time.

Martijn

On Tue, Feb 24, 2009 at 5:55 PM, Brill Pappin br...@pappin.ca  
wrote:

I should add something about the Eclipse maven plugins... don't go
for the
official eclipse Q4 plugin... use the Maven Integration 4 Eclipse
plugin
(and actually the development version if your jiggy with it, it
works and
gets updated/fixed way more often).

If your on Netbeans, I think Maven will generate Netbeans project
files for
you as well (it will do so for eclipse), so you could 

Re: What IDE best fits with Wicket?

2009-02-27 Thread Brill Pappin
It's been a year or two since I tried it... but I couldn't stand it  
unfortunately (m4eclipse was going through some serious issues at the  
time).


Glad to see that its improved enough to use!

- Brill

On 27-Feb-09, at 6:14 AM, Sergio García wrote:



I'm using Q4E, and although it has some flaws, it works very good  
with maven


Brill Pappin wrote:


What are you using instead?

- Brill

On 24-Feb-09, at 12:45 PM, James Carman wrote:


+1!  We had an awful lot of trouble getting it to work for us.

On Tue, Feb 24, 2009 at 12:38 PM, Martijn Dashorst
martijn.dasho...@gmail.com wrote:

m2eclipse is absolutely worthless for anything beyond a quickstart.
It
is constantly reparsing poms, grinding eclipse to a halt. It failed
to
generate the right project dependencies for our multimodule project
that consists of 2 multimodule child projects. It failed  
miserably to

uninstall, needing me to axe my eclipse installation.

In short: my experience (and that of my co-workers) with  
m2eclipse is

that it is far from ready for prime time.

Martijn

On Tue, Feb 24, 2009 at 5:55 PM, Brill Pappin br...@pappin.ca
wrote:

I should add something about the Eclipse maven plugins... don't go
for the
official eclipse Q4 plugin... use the Maven Integration 4
Eclipse plugin
(and actually the development version if your jiggy with it, it
works and
gets updated/fixed way more often).

If your on Netbeans, I think Maven will generate Netbeans project
files for
you as well (it will do so for eclipse), so you could actually
flip back and
forth if you wanted.

- Brill Pappin

On 23-Feb-09, at 5:19 PM, Pierre Goupil wrote:


+1, I like Wicket Bench. And with M2Eclipse, you have the full
sources 
JavaDoc just by adding Wicket as a dependency, which is very
convenient.
But
don't expect Wicket Bench to do too much, it's just a small,
useful tool.

Pierre


Hi, I use Eclipse with Wicket Bench plugin and it works very  
fine.


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Re: What IDE best fits with Wicket?

2009-02-26 Thread Brill Pappin
I don't think we're talking about the same plugin then (although you  
seem to be calling it the same thing)...

I'm referring to:

http://m2eclipse.codehaus.org/

It's the *only* one I've found that *actually works* properly,  
particularly for larger projects... although I run the dev version so  
I'm not sure how well the released version is working at this moment.
Of course I could simply go back to the console and use the maven  
plugin to generate the eclipse project files, but I find the plugin to  
be light-years ahead in maintaining a clean build env.


I guess people's experience with various tools also depends a lot on  
*how* they work not just what they work with :)



- Brill Pappin



On 24-Feb-09, at 12:38 PM, Martijn Dashorst wrote:


m2eclipse is absolutely worthless for anything beyond a quickstart. It
is constantly reparsing poms, grinding eclipse to a halt. It failed to
generate the right project dependencies for our multimodule project
that consists of 2 multimodule child projects. It failed miserably to
uninstall, needing me to axe my eclipse installation.

In short: my experience (and that of my co-workers) with m2eclipse is
that it is far from ready for prime time.

Martijn

On Tue, Feb 24, 2009 at 5:55 PM, Brill Pappin br...@pappin.ca wrote:
I should add something about the Eclipse maven plugins... don't go  
for the
official eclipse Q4 plugin... use the Maven Integration 4 Eclipse  
plugin
(and actually the development version if your jiggy with it, it  
works and

gets updated/fixed way more often).

If your on Netbeans, I think Maven will generate Netbeans project  
files for
you as well (it will do so for eclipse), so you could actually flip  
back and

forth if you wanted.

- Brill Pappin

On 23-Feb-09, at 5:19 PM, Pierre Goupil wrote:

+1, I like Wicket Bench. And with M2Eclipse, you have the full  
sources 
JavaDoc just by adding Wicket as a dependency, which is very  
convenient.

But
don't expect Wicket Bench to do too much, it's just a small,  
useful tool.


Pierre



Hi, I use Eclipse with Wicket Bench plugin and it works very fine.


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Eprouvait manque, ce pour quoi il créa les esprits,
Miroirs bienveillants de sa béatitude.
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Du calice du royaume total des âmes
Ecume jusqu'à lui l'infinité.

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Re: What IDE best fits with Wicket?

2009-02-26 Thread Brill Pappin

you can mix Ant and Maven easily with the antrun plugin.
another option is to use the inline maven goal for the war plugin  
which I think will allow you to edit the HTML in place.
Your issue it certainly not a new one... most of the very good  
designers i know don't even want to know how to run a build let alone  
understand one.


Wicket actually helps there, but as you get more complex and you start  
breaking up the components into their separate HTML files, the  
designers environemnt starts to break down.


hard problem...

- Brill

On 24-Feb-09, at 8:18 PM, Eduardo Nunes wrote:


I deal directly with HTML coders and I want to bring to them an easy
of use project build / run. I don't want to be called every time a new
HTML join to the project team because he doesn't have the setup of the
project. I think that maven help me a lot with it but I'm a little bit
afraid of the build, for example:
A HTML coder change some HTML, he needs to re-build the entire system
to see the change, it isn't a good thing. Is it possible to define
something on maven to just copy the HTML files to the deployment
directory? I wondering to use ant as build because with it I have all
flexibility necessary to do this kind of thing.

What is your opinion?

Thanks,
Eduardo S. Nunes

On Tue, Feb 24, 2009 at 3:17 PM, Marcelo Morales
marcelomorales.n...@gmail.com wrote:
On Tue, Feb 24, 2009 at 12:55 PM, Brill Pappin br...@pappin.ca  
wrote:
If your on Netbeans, I think Maven will generate Netbeans project  
files for
you as well (it will do so for eclipse), so you could actually  
flip back and

forth if you wanted.


Netbeans does NOT need any other project files. It just need the  
pom.xml.

After personalizing, you'll might find a couple of extra files like
nbactions.xml, profiles.xml, that you can safely ignore on your SCM.
You can checkout the wicket source from SVN and just open it up with
netbeans. Nothing else is necessary

--
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Re: What IDE best fits with Wicket?

2009-02-26 Thread Emond Papegaaij
That is the plugin Martijn is talking about, and I am one of the co-workers he 
mentioned. I tried the m2eclipse plugin and used it for a day. The plugin 
(version 0.9.7.200902090947) was able to checkout the project from svn and 
create eclipse projects for all modules, so far so good, although the browse 
button in the svn window didn't work. At that moment the trouble started.

Somehow, after even the slightest code change, eclipse started to rebuild the 
entire project over and over, taking ages. After some more changes (some of 
them might have been in the pom), some of my projects got corrupted and I had 
to clean everything, doing a complete rebuild. A few hours later, while I was 
working on a Java file, about 30,000 errors suddenly appeared. Somehow, 
m2eclipse had reversed some of my module-to-module dependencies. I tried 
cleaning, updating, refreshing the project configuration, nothing helped. I was 
unable to get the project to build again.

My experience with m2eclipse is that it is slow and very unstable. My last 
attempt was not the first attempt. I tried to use it several times, because 
running mvn eclipse:eclipse all the time is just a pain in the *, but every 
time I ran into some strange problem I could not solve.

Emond Papegaaij

On Thursday 26 February 2009 17:20:04 Brill Pappin wrote:
 I don't think we're talking about the same plugin then (although you
 seem to be calling it the same thing)...
 I'm referring to:

  http://m2eclipse.codehaus.org/

 It's the *only* one I've found that *actually works* properly,
 particularly for larger projects... although I run the dev version so
 I'm not sure how well the released version is working at this moment.
 Of course I could simply go back to the console and use the maven
 plugin to generate the eclipse project files, but I find the plugin to
 be light-years ahead in maintaining a clean build env.

 I guess people's experience with various tools also depends a lot on
 *how* they work not just what they work with :)


 - Brill Pappin

 On 24-Feb-09, at 12:38 PM, Martijn Dashorst wrote:
  m2eclipse is absolutely worthless for anything beyond a quickstart. It
  is constantly reparsing poms, grinding eclipse to a halt. It failed to
  generate the right project dependencies for our multimodule project
  that consists of 2 multimodule child projects. It failed miserably to
  uninstall, needing me to axe my eclipse installation.
 
  In short: my experience (and that of my co-workers) with m2eclipse is
  that it is far from ready for prime time.
 
  Martijn
 
  On Tue, Feb 24, 2009 at 5:55 PM, Brill Pappin br...@pappin.ca wrote:
  I should add something about the Eclipse maven plugins... don't go
  for the
  official eclipse Q4 plugin... use the Maven Integration 4 Eclipse
  plugin
  (and actually the development version if your jiggy with it, it
  works and
  gets updated/fixed way more often).
 
  If your on Netbeans, I think Maven will generate Netbeans project
  files for
  you as well (it will do so for eclipse), so you could actually flip
  back and
  forth if you wanted.
 
  - Brill Pappin
 
  On 23-Feb-09, at 5:19 PM, Pierre Goupil wrote:
  +1, I like Wicket Bench. And with M2Eclipse, you have the full
  sources 
  JavaDoc just by adding Wicket as a dependency, which is very
  convenient.
  But
  don't expect Wicket Bench to do too much, it's just a small,
  useful tool.
 
  Pierre
 
  Hi, I use Eclipse with Wicket Bench plugin and it works very fine.
 
  --
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  Eprouvait manque, ce pour quoi il créa les esprits,
  Miroirs bienveillants de sa béatitude.
  Mais au vrai, il ne trouva aucun égal,
  Du calice du royaume total des âmes
  Ecume jusqu'à lui l'infinité.
 
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Re: What IDE best fits with Wicket?

2009-02-24 Thread Marcelo Morales
I am a NetBeans user, and I have been for a long time. The maven
integration in NetBeans is excelent.
Works with profiles, downloads sources and javadoc, quickstart is
right there when creating a new project, code-completes the pom.xml
including dependency names and keywords (like compile or runtime),
hyperlinks the urls on the pom, has builtin macros for common tasks
like adding a new dependency, excluding a transitive dependency, you
can edit the settings.xml from whithin the IDE, you can browse the
sources on the SCM system of any dependency (when properly defined),
etc.
Just a couple of months ago the wicket plugin was the cause of
uncomfortable bugs on NetBeans. They were corrected but I've never
gave it another shot. It provides templates for pages, borders, and
panels. It can parse a html to find wicket components.

Hope it helps.

2009/2/23 Pierre Goupil goupilpie...@gmail.com:
 +1, I like Wicket Bench. And with M2Eclipse, you have the full sources 
 JavaDoc just by adding Wicket as a dependency, which is very convenient. But
 don't expect Wicket Bench to do too much, it's just a small, useful tool.

 Pierre


 Hi, I use Eclipse with Wicket Bench plugin and it works very fine.

 --
 Sans amis était le grand maître des mondes,
 Eprouvait manque, ce pour quoi il créa les esprits,
 Miroirs bienveillants de sa béatitude.
 Mais au vrai, il ne trouva aucun égal,
 Du calice du royaume total des âmes
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Re: What IDE best fits with Wicket?

2009-02-24 Thread Brill Pappin
I should add something about the Eclipse maven plugins... don't go for  
the official eclipse Q4 plugin... use the Maven Integration 4  
Eclipse plugin (and actually the development version if your jiggy  
with it, it works and gets updated/fixed way more often).


If your on Netbeans, I think Maven will generate Netbeans project  
files for you as well (it will do so for eclipse), so you could  
actually flip back and forth if you wanted.


- Brill Pappin

On 23-Feb-09, at 5:19 PM, Pierre Goupil wrote:

+1, I like Wicket Bench. And with M2Eclipse, you have the full  
sources 
JavaDoc just by adding Wicket as a dependency, which is very  
convenient. But
don't expect Wicket Bench to do too much, it's just a small, useful  
tool.


Pierre



Hi, I use Eclipse with Wicket Bench plugin and it works very fine.


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Sans amis était le grand maître des mondes,
Eprouvait manque, ce pour quoi il créa les esprits,
Miroirs bienveillants de sa béatitude.
Mais au vrai, il ne trouva aucun égal,
Du calice du royaume total des âmes
Ecume jusqu'à lui l'infinité.

(Schiller, l'amitié)



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Re: What IDE best fits with Wicket?

2009-02-24 Thread Brill Pappin

Oh nice...
I was just thinking that it would be nice to have a plugin that would  
rename the html files when i renamed the class... I hadn't tried  
Wicket Bench yet...


Guess what I'm doing today?

- Brill

On 23-Feb-09, at 5:40 PM, Vit Rozkovec wrote:

But in the eclipse version 3.4 when renaming java file, WicketBench  
stopped renaming for me html and css files with the same name as the  
java file, which is a bit pity.


Vitek

Pierre Goupil wrote:
+1, I like Wicket Bench. And with M2Eclipse, you have the full  
sources 
JavaDoc just by adding Wicket as a dependency, which is very  
convenient. But
don't expect Wicket Bench to do too much, it's just a small, useful  
tool.


Pierre




Hi, I use Eclipse with Wicket Bench plugin and it works very fine.







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Re: What IDE best fits with Wicket?

2009-02-24 Thread Martijn Dashorst
m2eclipse is absolutely worthless for anything beyond a quickstart. It
is constantly reparsing poms, grinding eclipse to a halt. It failed to
generate the right project dependencies for our multimodule project
that consists of 2 multimodule child projects. It failed miserably to
uninstall, needing me to axe my eclipse installation.

In short: my experience (and that of my co-workers) with m2eclipse is
that it is far from ready for prime time.

Martijn

On Tue, Feb 24, 2009 at 5:55 PM, Brill Pappin br...@pappin.ca wrote:
 I should add something about the Eclipse maven plugins... don't go for the
 official eclipse Q4 plugin... use the Maven Integration 4 Eclipse plugin
 (and actually the development version if your jiggy with it, it works and
 gets updated/fixed way more often).

 If your on Netbeans, I think Maven will generate Netbeans project files for
 you as well (it will do so for eclipse), so you could actually flip back and
 forth if you wanted.

 - Brill Pappin

 On 23-Feb-09, at 5:19 PM, Pierre Goupil wrote:

 +1, I like Wicket Bench. And with M2Eclipse, you have the full sources 
 JavaDoc just by adding Wicket as a dependency, which is very convenient.
 But
 don't expect Wicket Bench to do too much, it's just a small, useful tool.

 Pierre


 Hi, I use Eclipse with Wicket Bench plugin and it works very fine.

 --
 Sans amis était le grand maître des mondes,
 Eprouvait manque, ce pour quoi il créa les esprits,
 Miroirs bienveillants de sa béatitude.
 Mais au vrai, il ne trouva aucun égal,
 Du calice du royaume total des âmes
 Ecume jusqu'à lui l'infinité.

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Re: What IDE best fits with Wicket?

2009-02-24 Thread James Carman
+1!  We had an awful lot of trouble getting it to work for us.

On Tue, Feb 24, 2009 at 12:38 PM, Martijn Dashorst
martijn.dasho...@gmail.com wrote:
 m2eclipse is absolutely worthless for anything beyond a quickstart. It
 is constantly reparsing poms, grinding eclipse to a halt. It failed to
 generate the right project dependencies for our multimodule project
 that consists of 2 multimodule child projects. It failed miserably to
 uninstall, needing me to axe my eclipse installation.

 In short: my experience (and that of my co-workers) with m2eclipse is
 that it is far from ready for prime time.

 Martijn

 On Tue, Feb 24, 2009 at 5:55 PM, Brill Pappin br...@pappin.ca wrote:
 I should add something about the Eclipse maven plugins... don't go for the
 official eclipse Q4 plugin... use the Maven Integration 4 Eclipse plugin
 (and actually the development version if your jiggy with it, it works and
 gets updated/fixed way more often).

 If your on Netbeans, I think Maven will generate Netbeans project files for
 you as well (it will do so for eclipse), so you could actually flip back and
 forth if you wanted.

 - Brill Pappin

 On 23-Feb-09, at 5:19 PM, Pierre Goupil wrote:

 +1, I like Wicket Bench. And with M2Eclipse, you have the full sources 
 JavaDoc just by adding Wicket as a dependency, which is very convenient.
 But
 don't expect Wicket Bench to do too much, it's just a small, useful tool.

 Pierre


 Hi, I use Eclipse with Wicket Bench plugin and it works very fine.

 --
 Sans amis était le grand maître des mondes,
 Eprouvait manque, ce pour quoi il créa les esprits,
 Miroirs bienveillants de sa béatitude.
 Mais au vrai, il ne trouva aucun égal,
 Du calice du royaume total des âmes
 Ecume jusqu'à lui l'infinité.

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Re: What IDE best fits with Wicket?

2009-02-24 Thread Martin Makundi
The codehaus eclipse plugin has worked quite ok for us, but we didn't
dare to upgrade from Eclipse 3.1 ;) It didn't seem to work in others.

**
Martin

2009/2/24 James Carman jcar...@carmanconsulting.com:
 +1!  We had an awful lot of trouble getting it to work for us.

 On Tue, Feb 24, 2009 at 12:38 PM, Martijn Dashorst
 martijn.dasho...@gmail.com wrote:
 m2eclipse is absolutely worthless for anything beyond a quickstart. It
 is constantly reparsing poms, grinding eclipse to a halt. It failed to
 generate the right project dependencies for our multimodule project
 that consists of 2 multimodule child projects. It failed miserably to
 uninstall, needing me to axe my eclipse installation.

 In short: my experience (and that of my co-workers) with m2eclipse is
 that it is far from ready for prime time.

 Martijn

 On Tue, Feb 24, 2009 at 5:55 PM, Brill Pappin br...@pappin.ca wrote:
 I should add something about the Eclipse maven plugins... don't go for the
 official eclipse Q4 plugin... use the Maven Integration 4 Eclipse plugin
 (and actually the development version if your jiggy with it, it works and
 gets updated/fixed way more often).

 If your on Netbeans, I think Maven will generate Netbeans project files for
 you as well (it will do so for eclipse), so you could actually flip back and
 forth if you wanted.

 - Brill Pappin

 On 23-Feb-09, at 5:19 PM, Pierre Goupil wrote:

 +1, I like Wicket Bench. And with M2Eclipse, you have the full sources 
 JavaDoc just by adding Wicket as a dependency, which is very convenient.
 But
 don't expect Wicket Bench to do too much, it's just a small, useful tool.

 Pierre


 Hi, I use Eclipse with Wicket Bench plugin and it works very fine.

 --
 Sans amis était le grand maître des mondes,
 Eprouvait manque, ce pour quoi il créa les esprits,
 Miroirs bienveillants de sa béatitude.
 Mais au vrai, il ne trouva aucun égal,
 Du calice du royaume total des âmes
 Ecume jusqu'à lui l'infinité.

 (Schiller, l'amitié)


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Re: What IDE best fits with Wicket?

2009-02-24 Thread Marcelo Morales
On Tue, Feb 24, 2009 at 12:55 PM, Brill Pappin br...@pappin.ca wrote:
 If your on Netbeans, I think Maven will generate Netbeans project files for
 you as well (it will do so for eclipse), so you could actually flip back and
 forth if you wanted.

Netbeans does NOT need any other project files. It just need the pom.xml.
After personalizing, you'll might find a couple of extra files like
nbactions.xml, profiles.xml, that you can safely ignore on your SCM.
You can checkout the wicket source from SVN and just open it up with
netbeans. Nothing else is necessary

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Re: What IDE best fits with Wicket?

2009-02-24 Thread Maarten Bosteels
IDEA users, don't be shy ! ;-)

Probably nobody dared to mention it because it's not free.
But guess what. It is free for Open Source development (and a personal
license costs only 225 euro)

I think IDEA is really fantastic.
It has great maven support out-of-the-box, it will also download sources and
javadocs based on your dependencies.
And there's a nice plugin for Wicket: http://code.google.com/p/wicketforge/

My main downside for IDEA is that it still doesn't have proper multi-monitor
support.

To be honest, I haven't tried eclipse or netbeans in a while, so I can't
really compare.

Maarten

On Tue, Feb 24, 2009 at 6:45 PM, James Carman
jcar...@carmanconsulting.comwrote:

 +1!  We had an awful lot of trouble getting it to work for us.

 On Tue, Feb 24, 2009 at 12:38 PM, Martijn Dashorst
 martijn.dasho...@gmail.com wrote:
  m2eclipse is absolutely worthless for anything beyond a quickstart. It
  is constantly reparsing poms, grinding eclipse to a halt. It failed to
  generate the right project dependencies for our multimodule project
  that consists of 2 multimodule child projects. It failed miserably to
  uninstall, needing me to axe my eclipse installation.
 
  In short: my experience (and that of my co-workers) with m2eclipse is
  that it is far from ready for prime time.
 
  Martijn
 
  On Tue, Feb 24, 2009 at 5:55 PM, Brill Pappin br...@pappin.ca wrote:
  I should add something about the Eclipse maven plugins... don't go for
 the
  official eclipse Q4 plugin... use the Maven Integration 4 Eclipse
 plugin
  (and actually the development version if your jiggy with it, it works
 and
  gets updated/fixed way more often).
 
  If your on Netbeans, I think Maven will generate Netbeans project files
 for
  you as well (it will do so for eclipse), so you could actually flip back
 and
  forth if you wanted.
 
  - Brill Pappin
 
  On 23-Feb-09, at 5:19 PM, Pierre Goupil wrote:
 
  +1, I like Wicket Bench. And with M2Eclipse, you have the full sources
 
  JavaDoc just by adding Wicket as a dependency, which is very
 convenient.
  But
  don't expect Wicket Bench to do too much, it's just a small, useful
 tool.
 
  Pierre
 
 
  Hi, I use Eclipse with Wicket Bench plugin and it works very fine.
 
  --
  Sans amis était le grand maître des mondes,
  Eprouvait manque, ce pour quoi il créa les esprits,
  Miroirs bienveillants de sa béatitude.
  Mais au vrai, il ne trouva aucun égal,
  Du calice du royaume total des âmes
  Ecume jusqu'à lui l'infinité.
 
  (Schiller, l'amitié)
 
 
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Re: What IDE best fits with Wicket?

2009-02-24 Thread PY

+1 for IDEA.
The wicket plugin is really simple but allow to match up markup id from HTML
to Java code.
Netbeans is cool too.


Maarten Bosteels wrote:
 
 IDEA users, don't be shy ! ;-)
 
 Probably nobody dared to mention it because it's not free.
 But guess what. It is free for Open Source development (and a personal
 license costs only 225 euro)
 
 I think IDEA is really fantastic.
 It has great maven support out-of-the-box, it will also download sources
 and
 javadocs based on your dependencies.
 And there's a nice plugin for Wicket:
 http://code.google.com/p/wicketforge/
 
 My main downside for IDEA is that it still doesn't have proper
 multi-monitor
 support.
 
 To be honest, I haven't tried eclipse or netbeans in a while, so I can't
 really compare.
 
 Maarten
 
 On Tue, Feb 24, 2009 at 6:45 PM, James Carman
 jcar...@carmanconsulting.comwrote:
 
 +1!  We had an awful lot of trouble getting it to work for us.

 On Tue, Feb 24, 2009 at 12:38 PM, Martijn Dashorst
 martijn.dasho...@gmail.com wrote:
  m2eclipse is absolutely worthless for anything beyond a quickstart. It
  is constantly reparsing poms, grinding eclipse to a halt. It failed to
  generate the right project dependencies for our multimodule project
  that consists of 2 multimodule child projects. It failed miserably to
  uninstall, needing me to axe my eclipse installation.
 
  In short: my experience (and that of my co-workers) with m2eclipse is
  that it is far from ready for prime time.
 
  Martijn
 
  On Tue, Feb 24, 2009 at 5:55 PM, Brill Pappin br...@pappin.ca wrote:
  I should add something about the Eclipse maven plugins... don't go for
 the
  official eclipse Q4 plugin... use the Maven Integration 4 Eclipse
 plugin
  (and actually the development version if your jiggy with it, it works
 and
  gets updated/fixed way more often).
 
  If your on Netbeans, I think Maven will generate Netbeans project
 files
 for
  you as well (it will do so for eclipse), so you could actually flip
 back
 and
  forth if you wanted.
 
  - Brill Pappin
 
  On 23-Feb-09, at 5:19 PM, Pierre Goupil wrote:
 
  +1, I like Wicket Bench. And with M2Eclipse, you have the full
 sources
 
  JavaDoc just by adding Wicket as a dependency, which is very
 convenient.
  But
  don't expect Wicket Bench to do too much, it's just a small, useful
 tool.
 
  Pierre
 
 
  Hi, I use Eclipse with Wicket Bench plugin and it works very fine.
 
  --
  Sans amis était le grand maître des mondes,
  Eprouvait manque, ce pour quoi il créa les esprits,
  Miroirs bienveillants de sa béatitude.
  Mais au vrai, il ne trouva aucun égal,
  Du calice du royaume total des âmes
  Ecume jusqu'à lui l'infinité.
 
  (Schiller, l'amitié)
 
 
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Re: What IDE best fits with Wicket?

2009-02-24 Thread Nick Heudecker
I didn't think IDEA users would fall for such an obvious trap.

On Tue, Feb 24, 2009 at 10:21 AM, PY postmas...@py-code.com wrote:


 +1 for IDEA.
 The wicket plugin is really simple but allow to match up markup id from
 HTML
 to Java code.
 Netbeans is cool too.


 Maarten Bosteels wrote:
 
  IDEA users, don't be shy ! ;-)
 
  Probably nobody dared to mention it because it's not free.
  But guess what. It is free for Open Source development (and a personal
  license costs only 225 euro)
 
  I think IDEA is really fantastic.
  It has great maven support out-of-the-box, it will also download sources
  and
  javadocs based on your dependencies.
  And there's a nice plugin for Wicket:
  http://code.google.com/p/wicketforge/
 
  My main downside for IDEA is that it still doesn't have proper
  multi-monitor
  support.
 
  To be honest, I haven't tried eclipse or netbeans in a while, so I can't
  really compare.
 
  Maarten
 
  On Tue, Feb 24, 2009 at 6:45 PM, James Carman
  jcar...@carmanconsulting.comwrote:
 
  +1!  We had an awful lot of trouble getting it to work for us.
 
  On Tue, Feb 24, 2009 at 12:38 PM, Martijn Dashorst
  martijn.dasho...@gmail.com wrote:
   m2eclipse is absolutely worthless for anything beyond a quickstart. It
   is constantly reparsing poms, grinding eclipse to a halt. It failed to
   generate the right project dependencies for our multimodule project
   that consists of 2 multimodule child projects. It failed miserably to
   uninstall, needing me to axe my eclipse installation.
  
   In short: my experience (and that of my co-workers) with m2eclipse is
   that it is far from ready for prime time.
  
   Martijn
  
   On Tue, Feb 24, 2009 at 5:55 PM, Brill Pappin br...@pappin.ca
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   I should add something about the Eclipse maven plugins... don't go
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  the
   official eclipse Q4 plugin... use the Maven Integration 4 Eclipse
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   (and actually the development version if your jiggy with it, it works
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   gets updated/fixed way more often).
  
   If your on Netbeans, I think Maven will generate Netbeans project
  files
  for
   you as well (it will do so for eclipse), so you could actually flip
  back
  and
   forth if you wanted.
  
   - Brill Pappin
  
   On 23-Feb-09, at 5:19 PM, Pierre Goupil wrote:
  
   +1, I like Wicket Bench. And with M2Eclipse, you have the full
  sources
  
   JavaDoc just by adding Wicket as a dependency, which is very
  convenient.
   But
   don't expect Wicket Bench to do too much, it's just a small, useful
  tool.
  
   Pierre
  
  
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Re: What IDE best fits with Wicket?

2009-02-24 Thread Thomas Mäder
The nice thing about wicket is that you don't need tools. It's just Java and
just HTML, so anything will do. discover the simplicity would be the
slogan ;-) (Cue video of good looking people enjoying the simple pleasures
of life)

Thomas

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Re: What IDE best fits with Wicket?

2009-02-24 Thread Eduardo Nunes
I deal directly with HTML coders and I want to bring to them an easy
of use project build / run. I don't want to be called every time a new
HTML join to the project team because he doesn't have the setup of the
project. I think that maven help me a lot with it but I'm a little bit
afraid of the build, for example:
A HTML coder change some HTML, he needs to re-build the entire system
to see the change, it isn't a good thing. Is it possible to define
something on maven to just copy the HTML files to the deployment
directory? I wondering to use ant as build because with it I have all
flexibility necessary to do this kind of thing.

What is your opinion?

Thanks,
Eduardo S. Nunes

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marcelomorales.n...@gmail.com wrote:
 On Tue, Feb 24, 2009 at 12:55 PM, Brill Pappin br...@pappin.ca wrote:
 If your on Netbeans, I think Maven will generate Netbeans project files for
 you as well (it will do so for eclipse), so you could actually flip back and
 forth if you wanted.

 Netbeans does NOT need any other project files. It just need the pom.xml.
 After personalizing, you'll might find a couple of extra files like
 nbactions.xml, profiles.xml, that you can safely ignore on your SCM.
 You can checkout the wicket source from SVN and just open it up with
 netbeans. Nothing else is necessary

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Re: What IDE best fits with Wicket?

2009-02-24 Thread Marcelo Morales
Even NetBeans is not that straitforward, but it is less problematic
than eclipse IMHO.
There are ways to acomplish what you ask. NetBeans will copy content
under 'webapp/WEB-INF' to 'target' on changes, but not under 'java'.
Bad NetBeans Bad.
I will give it a shot in a couple of days and let you know.
Don't like ant, don't want to go back to ant, is too much programming
on xml for my taste. Suggest maven any day of the week.

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 I deal directly with HTML coders and I want to bring to them an easy
 of use project build / run. I don't want to be called every time a new
 HTML join to the project team because he doesn't have the setup of the
 project. I think that maven help me a lot with it but I'm a little bit
 afraid of the build, for example:
 A HTML coder change some HTML, he needs to re-build the entire system
 to see the change, it isn't a good thing. Is it possible to define
 something on maven to just copy the HTML files to the deployment
 directory? I wondering to use ant as build because with it I have all
 flexibility necessary to do this kind of thing.

 What is your opinion?

 Thanks,
 Eduardo S. Nunes

 On Tue, Feb 24, 2009 at 3:17 PM, Marcelo Morales
 marcelomorales.n...@gmail.com wrote:
 On Tue, Feb 24, 2009 at 12:55 PM, Brill Pappin br...@pappin.ca wrote:
 If your on Netbeans, I think Maven will generate Netbeans project files for
 you as well (it will do so for eclipse), so you could actually flip back and
 forth if you wanted.

 Netbeans does NOT need any other project files. It just need the pom.xml.
 After personalizing, you'll might find a couple of extra files like
 nbactions.xml, profiles.xml, that you can safely ignore on your SCM.
 You can checkout the wicket source from SVN and just open it up with
 netbeans. Nothing else is necessary

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What IDE best fits with Wicket?

2009-02-23 Thread Eduardo Nunes
Hello guys,

I don't want to generate a flame war but I want to know your opinion
about what IDE best fits with Wicket?

The basic requirements are: free and the set of plug-ins free too.

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Re: What IDE best fits with Wicket?

2009-02-23 Thread Jeremy Levy
Eclipse or NetBeans.

I like netbeans.  Use what your most productive in..



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Re: What IDE best fits with Wicket?

2009-02-23 Thread Eduardo Nunes
Do you use some plug-in?

I like netbeans too.

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 Eclipse or NetBeans.

 I like netbeans.  Use what your most productive in..



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Re: What IDE best fits with Wicket?

2009-02-23 Thread dtoffe

There is a Wicket plugin in the Netbeans plugins center, but I prefer to
configure it as a library. If you use Maven based projects, adding the
references to the pom should be enough I guess.

Hth,

Daniel


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Re: What IDE best fits with Wicket?

2009-02-23 Thread Brill Pappin
your choices are pretty limited based on criteria... however I'm an  
Eclipse fan.

I use Eclipse with maven2...

- Brill


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Re: What IDE best fits with Wicket?

2009-02-23 Thread Jeremy Thomerson
This is my choice, too, but the most concrete reason I have is I like it
and it works well *for me*.  Find one that fits those criteria for you,
and you'll be happy :)

On Mon, Feb 23, 2009 at 2:48 PM, Brill Pappin br...@pappin.ca wrote:

 your choices are pretty limited based on criteria... however I'm an Eclipse
 fan.
 I use Eclipse with maven2...

 - Brill



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Re: What IDE best fits with Wicket?

2009-02-23 Thread Loic Descotte
Hi, I use Eclipse with Wicket Bench plugin and it works very fine.

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 wrote:

 This is my choice, too, but the most concrete reason I have is I like it
 and it works well *for me*.  Find one that fits those criteria for you,
 and you'll be happy :)

 On Mon, Feb 23, 2009 at 2:48 PM, Brill Pappin br...@pappin.ca wrote:

  your choices are pretty limited based on criteria... however I'm an
 Eclipse
  fan.
  I use Eclipse with maven2...
 
  - Brill
 
 
 
  On 23-Feb-09, at 2:19 PM, Eduardo Nunes wrote:
 
   Hello guys,
 
  I don't want to generate a flame war but I want to know your opinion
  about what IDE best fits with Wicket?
 
  The basic requirements are: free and the set of plug-ins free too.
 
  Thanks,
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Re: What IDE best fits with Wicket?

2009-02-23 Thread Pierre Goupil
+1, I like Wicket Bench. And with M2Eclipse, you have the full sources 
JavaDoc just by adding Wicket as a dependency, which is very convenient. But
don't expect Wicket Bench to do too much, it's just a small, useful tool.

Pierre


 Hi, I use Eclipse with Wicket Bench plugin and it works very fine.

-- 
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Miroirs bienveillants de sa béatitude.
Mais au vrai, il ne trouva aucun égal,
Du calice du royaume total des âmes
Ecume jusqu'à lui l'infinité.

(Schiller, l'amitié)


Re: What IDE best fits with Wicket?

2009-02-23 Thread Vit Rozkovec
But in the eclipse version 3.4 when renaming java file, WicketBench 
stopped renaming for me html and css files with the same name as the 
java file, which is a bit pity.


Vitek

Pierre Goupil wrote:

+1, I like Wicket Bench. And with M2Eclipse, you have the full sources 
JavaDoc just by adding Wicket as a dependency, which is very convenient. But
don't expect Wicket Bench to do too much, it's just a small, useful tool.

Pierre


  

Hi, I use Eclipse with Wicket Bench plugin and it works very fine.



  



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