Re: wicket bench in eclipse

2010-01-27 Thread Peter Karich

Why not using the default configuration of the wicket archetype
and let the htmls under main/java ? (configuration over convention ;-))

Then at least in IntelliJ and NetBeans the switch html--java works fine.

Regards,
Peter.


Agree with Huake Ingmar. The functionality doesn't overlap at all. My
main reason for wanting the plugin to work is to switch easily between
the html and the java code for the same component. In a maven project
this is particular a hassle because the java code is in packages under
/src/main/java and the html code is in packages under
/src/main/resources. I can't really find a quick way (preferable
single keystroke to flip between them). I also ideally want code
completion on the wicket ids but thats secondary.

regards,
Lionel



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Re: wicket bench in eclipse

2010-01-26 Thread Lionel Port
Agree with Huake Ingmar. The functionality doesn't overlap at all. My
main reason for wanting the plugin to work is to switch easily between
the html and the java code for the same component. In a maven project
this is particular a hassle because the java code is in packages under
/src/main/java and the html code is in packages under
/src/main/resources. I can't really find a quick way (preferable
single keystroke to flip between them). I also ideally want code
completion on the wicket ids but thats secondary.

regards,
Lionel

On Tue, Jan 26, 2010 at 12:48 AM, Hauke Ingmar Schmidt
haukeing...@gmail.com wrote:
 Hej,

 2010/1/25 Peter Karich peat...@yahoo.de:
 Is it
 time to buy an IDEA license where there seems to be a quite nice
 toolset for Wicket?

 I downloaded the open source version of IntelliJ and the wicket plugin seems
 to work.

 Yes, but the free version of IDEA is lacking too much in other fields:
 http://www.jetbrains.com/idea/features/editions_comparison_matrix.html
 .

 There is also a wicket plugin for NetBeans, which is working.

 Well, yes, but then it's Netbeans...

 But a pure maven project wihtout a plugin isn't that different.
 Or am I missing an important feature of the eclipse plugin?

 Hm... Maven and the different Wicket IDE plugins don't intersect in
 functionality. The plugins all try to give a little help when working
 with Wicket components and pages, e.g. showing the wicket:ids when
 working with the Java code to prevent hierarchy mismatch or offering
 property model navigation as this is (still) string based.

 Eclipse plugin features:
 http://www.laughingpanda.org/~inhuman/wicket-bench/docs/features-0.5.html
 Netbeans: https://nbwicketsupport.dev.java.net/ (well, that page needs
 a little make over...)
 IDEA: http://code.google.com/p/wicketforge/wiki/PluginFeatures

 Hej då
 Hauke Ingmar

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Re: wicket bench in eclipse

2010-01-26 Thread Chuck Brinkman
I had not heard of wicket bench before reading this email thread.  So, I
installed it and found that it doesn't play well with 'myeclipse'; not sure
where the fault lies.  So I just don't use it as a default editor.  I do
like some of the features.  If you just want to switch between java and html
use 'alt + leftarrow' and 'alt + rightarrow'.  This switches between
recently edited files.

On Wed, Jan 27, 2010 at 1:06 AM, Lionel Port lionel.p...@gmail.com wrote:

 Agree with Huake Ingmar. The functionality doesn't overlap at all. My
 main reason for wanting the plugin to work is to switch easily between
 the html and the java code for the same component. In a maven project
 this is particular a hassle because the java code is in packages under
 /src/main/java and the html code is in packages under
 /src/main/resources. I can't really find a quick way (preferable
 single keystroke to flip between them). I also ideally want code
 completion on the wicket ids but thats secondary.

 regards,
 Lionel

 On Tue, Jan 26, 2010 at 12:48 AM, Hauke Ingmar Schmidt
 haukeing...@gmail.com wrote:
  Hej,
 
  2010/1/25 Peter Karich peat...@yahoo.de:
  Is it
  time to buy an IDEA license where there seems to be a quite nice
  toolset for Wicket?
 
  I downloaded the open source version of IntelliJ and the wicket plugin
 seems
  to work.
 
  Yes, but the free version of IDEA is lacking too much in other fields:
  http://www.jetbrains.com/idea/features/editions_comparison_matrix.html
  .
 
  There is also a wicket plugin for NetBeans, which is working.
 
  Well, yes, but then it's Netbeans...
 
  But a pure maven project wihtout a plugin isn't that different.
  Or am I missing an important feature of the eclipse plugin?
 
  Hm... Maven and the different Wicket IDE plugins don't intersect in
  functionality. The plugins all try to give a little help when working
  with Wicket components and pages, e.g. showing the wicket:ids when
  working with the Java code to prevent hierarchy mismatch or offering
  property model navigation as this is (still) string based.
 
  Eclipse plugin features:
 
 http://www.laughingpanda.org/~inhuman/wicket-bench/docs/features-0.5.htmlhttp://www.laughingpanda.org/%7Einhuman/wicket-bench/docs/features-0.5.html
  Netbeans: https://nbwicketsupport.dev.java.net/ (well, that page needs
  a little make over...)
  IDEA: http://code.google.com/p/wicketforge/wiki/PluginFeatures
 
  Hej då
  Hauke Ingmar
 
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Re: wicket bench in eclipse

2010-01-25 Thread Hauke Ingmar Schmidt
Hej,

2010/1/21 Lionel Port lio...@portconnection.com:
 Not strictly a wicket question, I know.

For me tools are an important part of a framework's ecosystem.

 Does anyone have wicket bench
 working in Galileo or recent version of eclipse or know of a good
 plugin I should be using?. My project has a maven structure, not sure
 if thats why it doesn't work.

Yes, it works quite well for me. Quite well means that there are
some bugs that lead me to open a page in the Wicket editor and the
Java editor parallel quite often. I didn't have any installation or
project setup problems other than not to end the context root with a
slash and not to begin css files with one.

But it looks like this Eclipse plugin is not actively developed? Is it
time to buy an IDEA license where there seems to be a quite nice
toolset for Wicket?

Hej då
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Re: wicket bench in eclipse

2010-01-25 Thread Peter Karich

Hi!


But it looks like this Eclipse plugin is not actively developed? Is it
time to buy an IDEA license where there seems to be a quite nice
toolset for Wicket?
   
I downloaded the open source version of IntelliJ and the wicket plugin 
seems to work.

There is also a wicket plugin for NetBeans, which is working.

But a pure maven project wihtout a plugin isn't that different.
Or am I missing an important feature of the eclipse plugin?

Regards,
Peter.

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Re: wicket bench in eclipse

2010-01-25 Thread Hauke Ingmar Schmidt
Hej,

2010/1/25 Peter Karich peat...@yahoo.de:
 Is it
 time to buy an IDEA license where there seems to be a quite nice
 toolset for Wicket?

 I downloaded the open source version of IntelliJ and the wicket plugin seems
 to work.

Yes, but the free version of IDEA is lacking too much in other fields:
http://www.jetbrains.com/idea/features/editions_comparison_matrix.html
.

 There is also a wicket plugin for NetBeans, which is working.

Well, yes, but then it's Netbeans...

 But a pure maven project wihtout a plugin isn't that different.
 Or am I missing an important feature of the eclipse plugin?

Hm... Maven and the different Wicket IDE plugins don't intersect in
functionality. The plugins all try to give a little help when working
with Wicket components and pages, e.g. showing the wicket:ids when
working with the Java code to prevent hierarchy mismatch or offering
property model navigation as this is (still) string based.

Eclipse plugin features:
http://www.laughingpanda.org/~inhuman/wicket-bench/docs/features-0.5.html
Netbeans: https://nbwicketsupport.dev.java.net/ (well, that page needs
a little make over...)
IDEA: http://code.google.com/p/wicketforge/wiki/PluginFeatures

Hej då
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Re: wicket bench in eclipse

2010-01-24 Thread Swanthe Lindgren
We are not using the Wicket bench editor, just the plain built-in html 
editor in eclipse. For a while we tried an html editor from Aptana (no 
association with Wicket), but it did to much to the over-all eclipse 
environment.


By entering your wicket context I guess you are supposed to get style 
sheets resolved in the Wicket bench editor, if you enter it in the head 
section of the html page. Since we are keeping our wicket pages in a jar 
file (different project) and not in the web module, I haven't gotten 
that to work.


//Swanthe

On 2010-01-21 22:32, Lionel Port wrote:

Thats exactly what I want it for. Some reason it doesn't detect wicket
pages. I tried setting the wicket context in the project properties
but it doesn't change and if I force opening the html page with wicket
bench it throws an initialisation error. At least if you saying it
works for you I know it should work and I should keep trying.

BTW. What are you meant to get your wicket context set to in the
project properties, is it /src/main/resources.


On Fri, Jan 22, 2010 at 12:25 AM, Swanthe Lindgren
swanthe.lindg...@megasol.se  wrote:
   

We are using Galileo and m2eclipse (Maven) with Wicket bench, no problem,
but we are only using wicket bench when creating new pages and panels as a
lazy way to get both the java and html file.

//Swanthe

On 2010-01-21 04:48, Lionel Port wrote:
 

Hi Guys,

Not strictly a wicket question, I know. Does anyone have wicket bench
working in Galileo or recent version of eclipse or know of a good
plugin I should be using?. My project has a maven structure, not sure
if thats why it doesn't work.


regards,
Lionel

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Re: wicket bench in eclipse

2010-01-21 Thread Swanthe Lindgren
We are using Galileo and m2eclipse (Maven) with Wicket bench, no 
problem, but we are only using wicket bench when creating new pages and 
panels as a lazy way to get both the java and html file.


//Swanthe

On 2010-01-21 04:48, Lionel Port wrote:

Hi Guys,

Not strictly a wicket question, I know. Does anyone have wicket bench
working in Galileo or recent version of eclipse or know of a good
plugin I should be using?. My project has a maven structure, not sure
if thats why it doesn't work.


regards,
Lionel

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RE: wicket bench in eclipse

2010-01-21 Thread Andreas Lüdtke
Hi Lionel,

since you don't write what exactly doesn't work, I can only guess: is the
M2_REPO variable beeing defined/set in eclipse?

This was my main problem when I used eclipse. You should give NetBeans a try.
Just open the pom file and everything is fine and working.

Andreas


 -Original Message-
 From: Lionel Port [mailto:lio...@portconnection.com] 
 Sent: Thursday, January 21, 2010 4:48 AM
 To: users@wicket.apache.org
 Subject: wicket bench in eclipse
 
 Hi Guys,
 
 Not strictly a wicket question, I know. Does anyone have wicket bench
 working in Galileo or recent version of eclipse or know of a good
 plugin I should be using?. My project has a maven structure, not sure
 if thats why it doesn't work.
 
 
 regards,
 Lionel


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Re: wicket bench in eclipse

2010-01-21 Thread Jeroen Steenbeeke
Does it support parent POMs yet? This was an issue I had back when I
used Netbeans and had to work with a multi-module project.

2010/1/21 Andreas Lüdtke sam.lued...@t-online.de:
 Hi Lionel,

 since you don't write what exactly doesn't work, I can only guess: is the
 M2_REPO variable beeing defined/set in eclipse?

 This was my main problem when I used eclipse. You should give NetBeans a try.
 Just open the pom file and everything is fine and working.

 Andreas


 -Original Message-
 From: Lionel Port [mailto:lio...@portconnection.com]
 Sent: Thursday, January 21, 2010 4:48 AM
 To: users@wicket.apache.org
 Subject: wicket bench in eclipse

 Hi Guys,

 Not strictly a wicket question, I know. Does anyone have wicket bench
 working in Galileo or recent version of eclipse or know of a good
 plugin I should be using?. My project has a maven structure, not sure
 if thats why it doesn't work.


 regards,
 Lionel


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RE: wicket bench in eclipse

2010-01-21 Thread Andreas Lüdtke
Hi Jeroen,

I can open the parent pom and build/test the whole thing. Is that what you're
looking for?

The project explorer lists under Modules all the sub projects... 

Andreas 

 -Original Message-
 From: Jeroen Steenbeeke [mailto:j.steenbeeke...@gmail.com] 
 Sent: Thursday, January 21, 2010 5:56 PM
 To: users@wicket.apache.org
 Subject: Re: wicket bench in eclipse
 
 Does it support parent POMs yet? This was an issue I had back when I
 used Netbeans and had to work with a multi-module project.
 
 2010/1/21 Andreas Lüdtke sam.lued...@t-online.de:
  Hi Lionel,
 
  since you don't write what exactly doesn't work, I can only 
 guess: is the
  M2_REPO variable beeing defined/set in eclipse?
 
  This was my main problem when I used eclipse. You should 
 give NetBeans a try.
  Just open the pom file and everything is fine and working.
 
  Andreas
 
 
  -Original Message-
  From: Lionel Port [mailto:lio...@portconnection.com]
  Sent: Thursday, January 21, 2010 4:48 AM
  To: users@wicket.apache.org
  Subject: wicket bench in eclipse
 
  Hi Guys,
 
  Not strictly a wicket question, I know. Does anyone have 
 wicket bench
  working in Galileo or recent version of eclipse or know of a good
  plugin I should be using?. My project has a maven 
 structure, not sure
  if thats why it doesn't work.
 
 
  regards,
  Lionel
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Re: wicket bench in eclipse

2010-01-21 Thread Lionel Port
Thats exactly what I want it for. Some reason it doesn't detect wicket
pages. I tried setting the wicket context in the project properties
but it doesn't change and if I force opening the html page with wicket
bench it throws an initialisation error. At least if you saying it
works for you I know it should work and I should keep trying.

BTW. What are you meant to get your wicket context set to in the
project properties, is it /src/main/resources.


On Fri, Jan 22, 2010 at 12:25 AM, Swanthe Lindgren
swanthe.lindg...@megasol.se wrote:
 We are using Galileo and m2eclipse (Maven) with Wicket bench, no problem,
 but we are only using wicket bench when creating new pages and panels as a
 lazy way to get both the java and html file.

 //Swanthe

 On 2010-01-21 04:48, Lionel Port wrote:

 Hi Guys,

 Not strictly a wicket question, I know. Does anyone have wicket bench
 working in Galileo or recent version of eclipse or know of a good
 plugin I should be using?. My project has a maven structure, not sure
 if thats why it doesn't work.


 regards,
 Lionel

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Re: wicket bench in eclipse

2010-01-21 Thread Lionel Port
Thanks but I don't have any problem with m2eclipse, its works great.

On Fri, Jan 22, 2010 at 3:17 AM, Andreas Lüdtke sam.lued...@t-online.de wrote:
 Hi Lionel,

 since you don't write what exactly doesn't work, I can only guess: is the
 M2_REPO variable beeing defined/set in eclipse?

 This was my main problem when I used eclipse. You should give NetBeans a try.
 Just open the pom file and everything is fine and working.

 Andreas


 -Original Message-
 From: Lionel Port [mailto:lio...@portconnection.com]
 Sent: Thursday, January 21, 2010 4:48 AM
 To: users@wicket.apache.org
 Subject: wicket bench in eclipse

 Hi Guys,

 Not strictly a wicket question, I know. Does anyone have wicket bench
 working in Galileo or recent version of eclipse or know of a good
 plugin I should be using?. My project has a maven structure, not sure
 if thats why it doesn't work.


 regards,
 Lionel


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