Re: More real world Wicket

2007-09-04 Thread Jonathan Locke
yeah, i saw that last week. it's quite a statement. but i'm hearing this kind of thing more and more. at my current workplace, i'm constantly staggered when i mentally compare our development speed with past non-wicket projects. even when i guess a little on the low side, i find i'm mostly

Re: More real world Wicket

2007-09-04 Thread Jonathan Locke
? Was there such a big jump because of the move to Apache? Or is this kind of growing pain to be expected for each new version, do you think? On Tue, 2007-09-04 at 20:14 -0700, Jonathan Locke wrote: yeah, i saw that last week. it's quite a statement. but i'm hearing this kind of thing

Re: Wicket libraries

2007-09-05 Thread Jonathan Locke
not only would the download be bigger, but there would be all kinds of licensing headaches. some jar files might not even be legally distributed in an aggregated download. i also hated maven at first, but you do get used to it and it has gotten a LOT better (even if gosling is still a better

Re: Displaying images and Test from DB

2007-09-06 Thread Jonathan Locke
you can build your own component very easily. listview can contain labels and/or images in any way you desire. Aaron Hutchings wrote: Is there something like listview that I configure for displaying text and images? I do not need any sorting ..

Re: First Day Disgust!

2007-09-08 Thread Jonathan Locke
do my homework for me now or i will continue mock your miserable web framework! it seems probable that this won't make you many friends. chickabee wrote: Hi Wicketers, I tried wicket today and the example application was up and running on tomcat in no time, so that was the good part,

Re: Two small questions

2007-09-08 Thread Jonathan Locke
yeah, more like an omission, but this is definitely a problem so far as i recall. Kent Tong wrote: Sebastiaan van Erk wrote: Ok, to answer my own question, it seems that ExternalLink does not have the ability to be disabled like Link. Looks like a bug to me. I'd suggest that

Re: First Day Disgust!

2007-09-09 Thread Jonathan Locke
PROTECTED] wrote: -BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE- Hash: SHA1 Jonathan Locke schrieb: do my homework for me now or i will continue mock your miserable web framework! the funny thing is, that you already did the homework for all of us :-) I really like wicket, the concepts behind

Re: Image from DB example

2007-09-09 Thread Jonathan Locke
perhaps blobimageresource or something like it. Doug Leeper wrote: I am looking for an example that obtains an image from the db and displays it. Can anyone point me in the right direction? I couldn't find the cdApp in wicket-contrib-examples I know that I need to use a Resource or

beyond image maps

2007-09-13 Thread Jonathan Locke
i ran into an interesting problem that igor helped me solve yesterday. i wanted to get the X, Y coordinate when the user clicks on an image instead of using an image map because of some very fancy hit-testing and logic i wanted to do on the server. image maps were not cutting it. anyway, what

Re: Question With Detachable Models

2007-09-15 Thread Jonathan Locke
, the expression being retrieved from the model will auto-update. If the label is directly holding the POJO and it's not reloadable, the label will continue to display the stale data forever. Jonathan Locke wrote: Your QueryDetachableModel will break under clustering. The transient instance Object

Re: Question With Detachable Models

2007-09-16 Thread Jonathan Locke
transient can ever be serialized by definition. we were just talking past each other. Kent Tong wrote: Jonathan Locke wrote: Your QueryDetachableModel will break under clustering. The transient instance Object will become null when the container deserializes it and your load method

Re: ANN: beturtle.com launched

2007-09-21 Thread Jonathan Locke
super nice! i love turtles. WeaZeLb0y wrote: Hi Everyone, We just launched http://beTurtle.com/ - A 'green' social networking site. If your interested in healthy living, sustainable practices, have 'green' questions or just want to make some new friends, stop on by. Let us know what

Re: Global variables

2007-09-24 Thread Jonathan Locke
yes, these may belong in your WebApplication subclass. however, you may want to be careful to separate your /web/ application from your /application/ (to keep details of your web tier isolated). for example, at my work, we have both a WebApplication subclass that contains a variety of things

Re: beyond image maps

2007-09-27 Thread Jonathan Locke
actually don't know, how to do it. Jonathan Locke wrote: i ran into an interesting problem that igor helped me solve yesterday. i wanted to get the X, Y coordinate when the user clicks on an image instead of using an image map because of some very fancy hit-testing and logic i wanted to do

Re: Presented Wicket to my Company...

2007-09-28 Thread Jonathan Locke
especially with that last name. igor.vaynberg wrote: sounds like what you should do is take your manager out for drinks :) -igor On 9/27/07, robert.mcguinness [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: ...to tell you the truth, it impressed the developers but I didn't get that feeling from the

Re: Presented Wicket to my Company...

2007-09-28 Thread Jonathan Locke
i don't know if it helps, but my funded startup (austin ventures) is using wicket, as well as people at well known companies like Joost and IBM. i've had 3 consulting offers including one from a major company in just the last week. so wicket is not untested technology. and it's definitely

Re: Wicket-based website gone on-line

2007-09-28 Thread Jonathan Locke
nice! i used to use your cvs client years ago. i suppose this is off topic, but what would really be the icing on the cake of your svn client would be a VERY minimalist eclipse integration. i want just the most basic features like update and commit in the IDE (and have them not hang my IDE

Re: Wicket Article on DevX

2007-10-15 Thread Jonathan Locke
*2 igor.vaynberg wrote: +1 -igor On 10/14/07, Eelco Hillenius [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hey Daniel, great stuff! Thanks! Eelco On 10/14/07, Daniel Carleton [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hello Wicket, I wrote an introductory article on Wicket for DevX, which they published a

facebook support

2007-11-08 Thread Jonathan Locke
I'd like to get facebook support into Wicket. If anyone out there has interest and would like to cooperate(particularly anyone with Facebook experience), please get in touch with me. Thanks. -- View this message in context: http://www.nabble.com/facebook-support-tf4773546.html#a13655578 Sent

RE: CAPTCHA clarity in post 1.2.6 releaes

2007-11-12 Thread Jonathan Locke
there are no questions. the kittens are merged into an image that functions like an image map. the robot would be guessing co-ordinates, not combinations. the idea is that the robot is going to have to actually recognize kittens in the image (from among other animals) and send the server

RE: CAPTCHA clarity in post 1.2.6 releaes

2007-11-12 Thread Jonathan Locke
http://web.mac.com/jonathan.locke/iWeb/JonathanLocke/Blog/CA4A74A0-820C-4FDF-BF65-F4C14754D13E.html Chris Colman wrote: The trouble is that the answers to the kitten questions usually have a small number of possible combinations: 1 - 5 roughly so on average a robot may be successful 20%

Re: Matt Raible's ApacheCon presentation

2007-11-16 Thread Jonathan Locke
it might almost go without saying that i don't agree with these particular cons. html templates live next to java code because they are conceptually related and so it makes sense to encapsulate them in the same package. what never made sense to me was the other way of doing it. requiring a

Re: Matt Raible's ApacheCon presentation

2007-11-16 Thread Jonathan Locke
yeah, i'm afraid i agree with you now. ;-) oh well. hindsight is 20/20. otoh, if this is some of the biggest stuff we can find to complain about, i think we did pretty damn well. Johan Compagner wrote: On Nov 16, 2007 8:21 AM, Jonathan Locke [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: - the api

Re: Matt Raible's ApacheCon presentation

2007-11-16 Thread Jonathan Locke
yeah, strong coding is about making strong choices. when you /know/ a design decision (such as this one -- separating markup from code) is the right decision, you need to stick to your guns and not lose the whole war because you want to win some little battle. the fact that it takes a little

Wicket DragDropReorderableListView?

2008-12-06 Thread Jonathan Locke
Is there such a thing yet? If not, is there a best approach to creating it? Jon -- View this message in context: http://www.nabble.com/Wicket-DragDropReorderableListView--tp20873419p20873419.html Sent from the Wicket - User mailing list archive at Nabble.com.

Re: Wicket DragDropReorderableListView?

2008-12-06 Thread Jonathan Locke
://www.londonwicket.org/ here . Regards - Cemal http://www.jWeekend.co.uk http://jWeekend.co.uk Jonathan Locke wrote: Is there such a thing yet? If not, is there a best approach to creating it? Jon -- View this message in context: http://www.nabble.com/Wicket

Re: wickethub.org

2008-12-15 Thread Jonathan Locke
this is cool, although i still think this should be auto-updated through a maven registry crawler. if everyone put the right meta information in their wicket jars, this resource registry would be entirely automatic, always fresh, running demos, etc... francisco treacy-2 wrote: i came up

Re: wickethub.org

2008-12-15 Thread Jonathan Locke
oh yeah, there's a post where we started figuring out some details about how this would work somewhere on this list Jonathan Locke wrote: this is cool, although i still think this should be auto-updated through a maven registry crawler. if everyone put the right meta information

Re: Round corners n' stuff? Possible Contribution?

2008-12-19 Thread Jonathan Locke
this was one little use case i wanted at the outset. it should be easy to make things pretty. but i think i might take a different approach now. before, i was thinking along the lines of this: new RoundedPanel(...) but these days i wonder if it might not be smarter to have a behavior you

Re: [announce] Wicketstuff Artwork first release!

2008-12-23 Thread Jonathan Locke
this is cool, but i don't understand the concept quite. why is this: Graphics g=new Shadow(); g.setChainedGraphics(new Border()).setChainedGraphics(new Gradient()); ArtworkCanvasBehavior a=new ArtworkCanvasBehavior(g,new RoundedRect()); add(new Label(message, If

Re: [announce] Wicketstuff Artwork first release!

2008-12-23 Thread Jonathan Locke
to support what you do in js with it :) It might have something todo with combined operations versus single ones (eg if you apply more graphics at the same time it might render differently that otherwise)... regards Nino Jonathan Locke wrote: this is cool, but i don't understand the concept

Re: [announce] Wicketstuff Artwork first release!

2008-12-23 Thread Jonathan Locke
for a loop because i immediately assumed it was AWT/Swing. Jonathan Locke wrote: i think it would be a good idea to understand this before creating an API to it also, i'm getting some serialization exceptions. i think you need to make Graphics Serializable Nino Martinez-2 wrote: True

Re: [OT] Merb-Rails Merge

2008-12-24 Thread Jonathan Locke
Okay, but you'd just get Wicket again. Serkan Camurcuoglu wrote: This page http://weblog.rubyonrails.org/2008/12/23/merb-gets-merged-into-rails-3 http://weblog.rubyonrails.org/2008/12/23/merb-gets-merged-into-rails-3 made me dream about a world where all Java web frameworks merge into

Re: [OT] wicket users around the world

2008-12-25 Thread Jonathan Locke
Seattle, WA USA i just finished writing a foreword for a Japanese book on Wicket i'm constantly amazed to see how far Wicket is spreading in the world. i've been invited to holland twice now (deventer and utrecht) and have clients in norway and new zealand. and i suspect there will be more

Re: WebPage for serving binary image data

2008-12-25 Thread Jonathan Locke
ResourceReference reference; WebApplication.mountSharedResource(/path/to/my/image, reference.getSharedResourceKey()) smallufo wrote: Hi I hope I can use wicket to serve image data. I know I can extend org.apache.wicket.markup.html.image.Image and provide a DynamicImageResource but

Re: WebPage for serving binary image data

2008-12-25 Thread Jonathan Locke
hmm... this really is a bit harder than it ought to be. below is a url encoding strategy and a sub-classable auto-mounting resource that makes this a lot easier. you can modify to suit your needs. the use case looks like: // This dynamically rendered resource will auto-mount itself

bug in firefox in file uploads?

2008-12-27 Thread Jonathan Locke
i get the stack trace below when uploading files in 1.4-rc1 it only happens in firefox. safari seems to be fine. is this a known problem or should i file a bug? thanks, jon WARN - Form - Upload failed: Processing of multipart/form-data request failed. null

Re: Dynamically generating an img tag

2008-12-27 Thread Jonathan Locke
you might also look at this: http://www.codecommit.com/blog/java/a-wicket-api-for-google-charts Cristina wrote: Hi, I'm trying to generate an img tag pointing to a Google chart at http://chart.apis.google.com/. I'm getting the chart URL as a string and I need to generate the img tag in

Re: What is your experience on the time of development ?

2008-12-28 Thread Jonathan Locke
I think it depends on several things: - How complex is your UI? - How good are you with objects? - How many reusable pieces do you have from old Wicket projects? On a very complex project where I can reuse old code, I think I can get as much as 4-5x over something like Struts (which, I

Re: Default Focus Behavior?

2008-12-28 Thread Jonathan Locke
I have a really elegant solution to this problem that is general enough to go in core or extensions eventually (solves all of the above problems). Actually, I'm putting together a short, but action-packed book called Twenty-Six Wicket Tricks and the code for this problem is going to be trick F

Twenty Six Wicket Tricks

2008-12-30 Thread Jonathan Locke
Well, over the break here I've started something I swore I would never do again (well, two things, if you include the JavaOne talk I'm working on). I'm writing a (hopefully relatively short) book. It's called Twenty-Six Wicket Tricks. Each trick in the book (lettered from A-Z) demonstrates

Re: Twenty Six Wicket Tricks

2008-12-30 Thread Jonathan Locke
JavaOne talk on Wicket? Jonathan Locke wrote: Well, over the break here I've started something I swore I would never do again (well, two things, if you include the JavaOne talk I'm working on). I'm writing a (hopefully relatively short) book. It's called Twenty-Six Wicket Tricks. Each

Re: Twenty Six Wicket Tricks

2008-12-30 Thread Jonathan Locke
stuff with Ajax. Eyal Golan egola...@gmail.com Visit: http://jvdrums.sourceforge.net/ LinkedIn: http://www.linkedin.com/in/egolan74 P Save a tree. Please don't print this e-mail unless it's really necessary On Tue, Dec 30, 2008 at 10:32 AM, Jonathan Locke jonathan.lo

Re: Twenty Six Wicket Tricks

2008-12-30 Thread Jonathan Locke
at wicketinaction.com. Pros: the community feedback as comments. Cons: it is not profitable. El mar, 30-12-2008 a las 00:32 -0800, Jonathan Locke escribió: Well, over the break here I've started something I swore I would never do again (well, two things, if you include the JavaOne talk I'm working

Re: Twenty Six Wicket Tricks

2008-12-30 Thread Jonathan Locke
above list is missing any components. If such a topic is not in the works for your book, I'll volunteer to put together a first pass at such a wiki page. Cheers, Scott On Tue, Dec 30, 2008 at 10:32 AM, Jonathan Locke jonathan.lo...@gmail.comwrote: Well, over the break here I've

Re: Twenty Six Wicket Tricks

2008-12-31 Thread Jonathan Locke
yeah. good one. ZedroS wrote: Hi ! Good idea :) Personally, intra components communication is something I would be keen to read more about : what are the pro and cons of the various ways of letting various components know about other components states/model changes ? I found some

Re: Redirecting to external URL

2009-01-01 Thread Jonathan Locke
try: RequestCycle.get().setRequestTarget(new RedirectRequestTarget(url)); Warren Bell wrote: I need to redirect to an external page. I saw this solution, but was not sure how to use it. Where does this exception get thrown? I do not want to instantiate some kind of dummy page. public

Re: Redirecting to external URL

2009-01-01 Thread Jonathan Locke
saw the RedirectToExternalException solution thinking that this could be used. Jonathan Locke wrote: try: RequestCycle.get().setRequestTarget(new RedirectRequestTarget(url)); Warren Bell wrote: I need to redirect to an external page. I saw this solution, but was not sure how to use

Re: Redirecting to external URL

2009-01-01 Thread Jonathan Locke
the code i gave you above does, by the way, redirect to an arbitrary url. Jonathan Locke wrote: isn't this outside the scope of wicket? it sounds like it might be solvable with some kind of load balancer, router or DNS resolver... Warren Bell wrote: I need to explain myself

Re: Redirecting to external URL

2009-01-01 Thread Jonathan Locke
().setRequestTarget(new RedirectRequestTarget(url)); } } http://HQserverIP/appname/DummyPage Jonathan Locke wrote: isn't this outside the scope of wicket? it sounds like it might be solvable with some kind of load balancer, router or DNS resolver... Warren Bell wrote: I

Re: Twenty Six Wicket Tricks

2009-01-05 Thread Jonathan Locke
well, i got bored enough over the break to sink some hours into this and i'm liking what happened pretty well now. any other really ugly problems people want neat solutions to? ;-) Jonathan Locke wrote: yes. this is a good one, but it might be too big for the book... although i've been

Re: Moments of awesome.

2009-01-05 Thread Jonathan Locke
yeah! welcome aboard! ;-) overall it's still like that for me, even 5 years later. 98-99% of the time, applying it to a problem works out elegantly and leaves you with some pretty reusable pieces for the next thing. i suppose i have a few small regrets (and have changed my design behavior as a

Re: Twenty Six Wicket Tricks

2009-01-08 Thread Jonathan Locke
thanks. will think about it. Gwyn wrote: Not sure if it qualifies as enough of a topic, but would some form of overview/comparison/when to use syummary of the various URL coding strategies be worth considering? /Gwyn On Mon, Jan 5, 2009 at 8:37 AM, Jonathan Locke jonathan.lo

Re: UML Diagram of Wicket structure

2009-01-08 Thread Jonathan Locke
IName is a little weird at first (unless you used to work for Microsoft) and i don't generally do any hungarian at all these days, but this one little notational deviation allows a few nice things (and you can take it or leave it): - interfaces can be rapidly found with control-shift-t in

Re: Get all sessions/users for a web application

2009-01-09 Thread Jonathan Locke
Take a look at RequestLogger and the InspectorBug Eunice wrote: Hi, Is there any methods or functions in wicket that can give me numbers of users/sessions that is currently active and viewing/opening a page? I've been googling and read on the API, still cannot get any clues and

Re: LayoutManager in Wicket

2009-01-13 Thread Jonathan Locke
i don't really understand what you are looking for, but it sounds like your problem is solvable with some (possibly considerable) effort on your part (depending on what exactly you want). you should be able to implement some flavor of layout management with panels (although other possibilities

Re: LayoutManager in Wicket

2009-01-14 Thread Jonathan Locke
dynamicly html-components). i dont find your WOW (what a name;-) do you have a svnrepo? thanks alex Jonathan Locke wrote: i don't really understand what you are looking for, but it sounds like your problem is solvable with some (possibly considerable) effort on your part

Re: Wicket stuff core, archetypes?

2009-01-14 Thread Jonathan Locke
yeah, you really do need a maven expert's help i think. i was chatting with someone about this and they said something to the effect of: oh, god no don't crawl the maven repo. you'll get banned. so there's some more official way of doing this apparently. francisco treacy-2 wrote: here it

Re: Wicket stuff core, archetypes?

2009-01-15 Thread Jonathan Locke
, Jan 14, 2009 at 11:40 PM, Jonathan Locke jonathan.lo...@gmail.com wrote: yeah, you really do need a maven expert's help i think. i was chatting with someone about this and they said something to the effect of: oh, god no don't crawl the maven repo. you'll get banned. so there's some

Re: Wicket stuff core, archetypes?

2009-01-15 Thread Jonathan Locke
btw, maybe this maven artifact searching thing should be integrated somehow with an existing wicket search engine? http://www.google.com/coop/cse?cx=00079654818618231%3Aenjwek-gxxg is that possible with google custom searches alastair? Jonathan Locke wrote: cool. this definitely

Re: Why you should not override isVisible

2009-01-15 Thread Jonathan Locke
I would be careful not to throw the baby out with the bath water here. The design decision you're making is push versus pull and implementing isVisible is often going to be a better design decision because it may be more clear that visibility state stays consistent for a given problem. If the

Re: Why you should not override isVisible

2009-01-15 Thread Jonathan Locke
On Thu, Jan 15, 2009 at 10:23 AM, Jonathan Locke jonathan.lo...@gmail.com wrote: I would be careful not to throw the baby out with the bath water here. The design decision you're making is push versus pull and implementing isVisible is often going to be a better design decision because

Re: Why you should not override isVisible

2009-01-15 Thread Jonathan Locke
method, it freezes in the wrong state. It is known, that the isVisible is called multiple times for various reasons. ** Martin 2009/1/15 Jonathan Locke jonathan.lo...@gmail.com: not sure. it /ought/ to make sense to cache during the render cycle. but i have the eerie sense that this came

Re: Why you should not override isVisible

2009-01-15 Thread Jonathan Locke
could interact in a way that if someone prematurely calls the isVisible method, it freezes in the wrong state. It is known, that the isVisible is called multiple times for various reasons. ** Martin 2009/1/15 Jonathan Locke jonathan.lo...@gmail.com: not sure. it /ought/ to make sense

Re: Why you should not override isVisible

2009-01-15 Thread Jonathan Locke
i think the next step is to see what the core team thinks about this. filing a ticket couldn't hurt. Jonathan Locke wrote: yeah, for full flexibility, you might just link a method in Component to a default in IRequestCycleSettings: boolean getCacheComponentVisibility() { return

Re: Why you should not override isVisible

2009-01-15 Thread Jonathan Locke
your control yet impacts the behaviors of components. -1 from me. -igor On Thu, Jan 15, 2009 at 12:25 PM, Jonathan Locke jonathan.lo...@gmail.com wrote: yeah, for full flexibility, you might just link a method in Component to a default in IRequestCycleSettings: boolean

Re: Why you should not override isVisible

2009-01-15 Thread Jonathan Locke
to support this... one for whether isCachedVisible returned non-null and another for the value it returned. Jonathan Locke wrote: this is a really good point. i think i'm -1 on the idea too unless there's a good proposal for how to avoid that problem. igor.vaynberg wrote: if we do

Re: building extensible components

2009-01-15 Thread Jonathan Locke
no, no, you're on the right track with composition. more simpler classes is the ideal because it breaks the problem down. if you start to feel like you have too many classes, you probably need to grow (or maybe refactor) your package hierarchy. Loren Cole wrote: No that is pretty much what

Re: Why you should not override isVisible

2009-01-15 Thread Jonathan Locke
PM, Jonathan Locke jonathan.lo...@gmail.com wrote: well, one simple design that would avoid the reuse problem is: Boolean Component#isCachedVisible() { return null; } then override to use visibility caching and return true or false. if you don't override you get the current functionality

Re: Why you should not override isVisible

2009-01-15 Thread Jonathan Locke
oh i suppose you also need to reset the value in onBeforeRender(). it's a small pain, but how often does this really become a quantifiable problem and not just a worry? Jonathan Locke wrote: sure, that's the clean way to do it, but it comes at the expense of possibly breaking user code

Re: I'm intersted in design

2009-01-15 Thread Jonathan Locke
add(Component) has at least these advantages over add(String, Component): - most efficiently expresses the semantics of the operation (simplicity) - makes the id effectively immutable (reliability) - since you can't construct a component without an id, you know by definition that any

Re: Wicket stuff core, archetypes?

2009-01-17 Thread Jonathan Locke
, Jonathan Locke jonathan.lo...@gmail.com wrote: cool. this definitely looks like the right approach to me (assuming it indexes most of the big repos) jon Rodolfo Hansen wrote: Yes, you should use the nexus index for the repository http://nexus.sonatype.org/ The indexer api

Re: Wicket stuff core, archetypes?

2009-01-17 Thread Jonathan Locke
, Jonathan Locke jonathan.lo...@gmail.com wrote: cool. this definitely looks like the right approach to me (assuming it indexes most of the big repos) jon Rodolfo Hansen wrote: Yes, you should use the nexus index for the repository http://nexus.sonatype.org/ The indexer api

Re: Wicket presentation at Bulgarian JUG

2009-01-18 Thread Jonathan Locke
very clever! Martin Grigorov-2 wrote: Hi all, I just uploaded the presentation that me and a colleague of mine did last Wednesday at Bulgarian Java user group. The event was quite a success. I hope we refactored some of the JSF supporters :-) The interesting thing about this

Re: Wicket stuff core, archetypes?

2009-01-20 Thread Jonathan Locke
. how does that sound? francisco On Sat, Jan 17, 2009 at 10:02 PM, Jonathan Locke jonathan.lo...@gmail.com wrote: i think maven searching is an ideal way to publish and discover wicket components at present. i never meant to imply that that should be the only way to do

Re: Wicket stuff core, archetypes?

2009-01-22 Thread Jonathan Locke
with metadata to play with. for a list of things i plan to do, check the issues tab of the project home - and feel free to add. regards francisco On Wed, Jan 21, 2009 at 8:07 AM, Jonathan Locke jonathan.lo...@gmail.com wrote: that's too bad. i was hoping nexus was a centralized index

Re: Wicket stuff core, archetypes?

2009-02-09 Thread Jonathan Locke
couldn't sleep tonight, so i did a bit of work on it... http://cwiki.apache.org/confluence/display/WICKET/Wicket+Component+JAR+Metadata just a quick first sketch. thoughts? Jonathan Locke wrote: i don't have time to develop the metadata standard, but i could make time to review

Re: Wicket stuff core, archetypes?

2009-02-09 Thread Jonathan Locke
AM, Jonathan Locke jonathan.lo...@gmail.com wrote: couldn't sleep tonight, so i did a bit of work on it... http://cwiki.apache.org/confluence/display/WICKET/Wicket+Component+JAR+Metadata just a quick first sketch. thoughts? Jonathan Locke wrote: i don't have time to develop the metadata

Re: Feedback Next To Component

2009-02-11 Thread Jonathan Locke
behaviors aren't really designed to work like components and render markup like that, so it's a bit weird... what if you want to go extend or change the markup for the feedback error? it's now embedded in a bunch of code. walnutmon wrote: In order to add feedback next to the component I

Re: What's your take on handling markup in properties, html, wicket

2009-02-13 Thread Jonathan Locke
Ideally the markup should stay in the markup file and the text in that markup that needs to be localized would be localized via wicket:message and a properties file. In cases like below, you would break the text into properties-localized hunks and into panels with multiple markup localization

Re: [OT] Simple file repository?

2009-02-15 Thread Jonathan Locke
and there's brix, a wicket cms framework written on top of jackrabbit John Armstrong-3 wrote: Jackrabbit is also great and does all of this and more with a nice friendly API wrapped around it. http://jackrabbit.apache.org/ And its an apache project.. I don't recommend rolling your

Re: How can I share text resources with multiple web applications?

2009-03-18 Thread Jonathan Locke
yes, but wicket takes a different view than maven on resources in general. they are always closest to the component they belong to. it's a form of encapsulation. so maybe it's wrong from maven's point of view, but putting them in src/main/resources would be wrong from wicket's point of view. the

Re: How can I share text resources with multiple web applications?

2009-03-18 Thread Jonathan Locke
, Mar 18, 2009 at 10:19 PM, Jonathan Locke jonathan.lo...@gmail.comwrote: yes, but wicket takes a different view than maven on resources in general. they are always closest to the component they belong to. it's a form of encapsulation. so maybe it's wrong from maven's point of view

Re: Wicket Meetup Tonight in Amsterdam!

2009-03-24 Thread Jonathan Locke
So true! So true! Can someone tell me what the surprise was afterwards? ;-) I'll still be surprised on account of not knowing what it was since Seattle is a bit too far from Amsterdam. Darn, I kinda miss Holland right now... jon Linda van der Pal wrote: You'll just have to wait for

Re: OT: Code Search Engine for Java using wicket

2009-03-25 Thread Jonathan Locke
hey wow, this is something i might actually use on a regular basis. thanks! Vinayak Borkar wrote: Hello fellow Wicketeers, We have released a beta version of a code search engine for open source Java code, that uses Wicket v1.4. You could search for wicket by following the link:

Re: [announce] Wicket in Action e-book has been published!

2008-08-14 Thread Jonathan Locke
congratulations! this is indeed the last word on wicket. run don't walk to buy it. Martijn Dashorst wrote: Almost 3 years of hard work, loosing friends, moving abroad, marrying lovely wives, late nights, early mornings, frustrated family, and all other bad (and good) things that cross

Re: I have some Wicket based opportunities/jobs if you're interested.

2008-08-21 Thread Jonathan Locke
sounds cool! keep us posted. i am not looking for a job at the moment, but if you are looking for feedback, code review, design review or help solving tricky design problems, i will have a limited number of hours available later this fall and winter. i'm not cheap, but i'm not outrageous

Re: Wicket resources (css, js and images)?

2008-08-26 Thread Jonathan Locke
is WANG going to be CHUNG compatible? Martijn Dashorst wrote: Probably something for 1.5 (with WANG–Wicket Ajax Next Generation–being based on YUI) Martijn On Tue, Aug 26, 2008 at 2:25 PM, Nino Saturnino Martinez Vazquez Wael [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I've been hearing some rants on

Re: [OT] Wicket in Action Woes

2008-09-01 Thread Jonathan Locke
huh. have not received my copy they promised me yet... Eelco Hillenius wrote: I have no idea. Martijn and I (or rather, my parents in Holland) received a bunch of paper copies, so the actual book *is* out. Eelco On Sun, Aug 31, 2008 at 9:56 PM, Stefan Lindner [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: [OT] Wicket in Action Woes

2008-09-01 Thread Jonathan Locke
-wicket-in-action/ Martijn On Mon, Sep 1, 2008 at 5:46 PM, Jonathan Locke [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: huh. have not received my copy they promised me yet... Eelco Hillenius wrote: I have no idea. Martijn and I (or rather, my parents in Holland) received a bunch of paper copies, so

Re: Newbie Tries Out Wicket Threads

2008-09-04 Thread Jonathan Locke
nice! i think i got in under the wire... can't wait til it shows up shetc wrote: http://www.nabble.com/file/p19300742/wicket.jpg -- View this message in context: http://www.nabble.com/Newbie-Tries-Out-Wicket-Threads-tp19300742p19303928.html Sent from the Wicket - User mailing list

Re: [OT] Wicket in Action Jubilation

2008-09-04 Thread Jonathan Locke
i just got mine today. it is really really nice!!! Martijn Dashorst wrote: Thanks for the report, I've notified Manning of this issue and they're looking into it. I also asked when the books should arrive. If you've ordered from Manning, you should receive your copy one of these days.

wicket component crawling

2008-09-04 Thread Jonathan Locke
did anyone ever do any work on this idea? http://web.mac.com/jonathan.locke/iWeb/JonathanLocke/Blog/ECA681FB-4B9C-4C27-9947-C9901F99E154.html would be a shame if it went undone... -- View this message in context: http://www.nabble.com/wicket-component-crawling-tp19322336p19322336.html Sent

Re: Newbie Question: Dynamically Building Form Elements

2008-09-12 Thread Jonathan Locke
also see wicket-rad if appropriate igor.vaynberg wrote: have a look see here for an example https://wicket-stuff.svn.sourceforge.net/svnroot/wicket-stuff/trunk/wicketstuff-crud/ -igor On Thu, Sep 11, 2008 at 6:29 PM, walnutmon [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Very new to Wicket, I've

Re: Question on markup and wicket page

2008-09-17 Thread Jonathan Locke
wierd idea: i wonder how hard it would be to create a tiny stripped-down eclipse or netbeans that's easy for designers to do nothing but wicket page viewing and simple html/css editing in... Mathias P.W Nilsson wrote: Thanks. I used this a while but after multiple markup inheritance I

Re: Wicket not secure?

2008-09-18 Thread Jonathan Locke
to be totally explicit, the third sentence should probably say explicit steps must be taken *by the programmer* ;-) the last sentence is outdated as wicket provides URL encryption if you want it Johan Compagner wrote: Why is that sentence ambiguous? On 9/18/08, cj91 [EMAIL PROTECTED]

job postings

2008-09-21 Thread Jonathan Locke
we encourage wicket related job postings on this list and i think that's great. but i was thinking it would be neat to also encourage people to make their wicket job posts links to a job list on the wicket wiki. thoughts? jon -- View this message in context:

Re: job postings

2008-09-21 Thread Jonathan Locke
companies would expire their own listings when the position was filled (or get more emails, which would remind them to expire it) jwcarman wrote: Wouldn't the job listings on the wiki inevitably get stale? On Mon, Sep 22, 2008 at 1:31 AM, Jonathan Locke [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: we

Re: How to get rid of wicket:id in XML output

2008-10-02 Thread Jonathan Locke
btw, shouldn't we fail init if super isn't called in this case like those other protections we built in? Martijn Dashorst wrote: Why mocking with that setter. Put wicket in deployment mode. That way you can't mess up the order of setting things. Read chapter 14 of Wicket in Action on

Re: A wicket gathering?

2008-10-14 Thread Jonathan Locke
Are you proposing Wicketstock? Nino.Martinez wrote: Hi I've been pondering as usually. This time about a wicket gathering, and it should be something where all could meetup, also from international places. Ideally all comitters would show up. It should be something that were held

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