Update MetaWidget dependencies to not bring in metawidget-all
Project: Seam Forge
Issue Type: Task
Reporter: Andrew Rubinger
Fix For: 1.0.0.Alpha4
We don't need MetaWidget-all, which will also bring in Spring core classes (breaking in AS7 deployments).
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I've been working on support to start JBoss AS 7 from a forge shell. You
can also execute CLI commands. I haven't changed of the deploy, undeploy
or redeploy goals at this point, but probably will in the future.
I just have it on my repo so far,
https://github.com/jamezp/plugin-jboss-as/tree/as7. If someone wants to
give it a code review that would be great. There are still some things
that need to fixed, but it seems to work from my limited testing.
Any feedback is welcome.
James R. Perkins
JBoss by Red Hat
I am trying to test the undo plugin on a working forge instance but I
am getting a strange error.
As described here:
I have added the undo-plugin using 'forge source-plugin' command. It
was added successfully, I can even see undo-plugin commands when I
But when I execute 'undo setup' command (should simply install the
plugin), I get the following exception:
The requested Facet of type [org.jboss.forge.undo.UndoFacet] could not
UndoFacet class is located in the same package as the UndoPlugin class
(org.jboss.forge.undo). I also tried moving both classes into
"org.jboss.forge" but that didn't help either.
Does anybody have any ideas what could it be?
We would like to change Forge from the LGPL license to the EPL license;
this will remove the restriction on Plugin licensing which currently
requires Plugins to be written with a compatible open-source license. We
don't want to restrict how people can develop and distribute plugins, and
the EPL license is much more permissive in this regard; while maintaining
the same open-source requirements for the core Forge framework itself,
plugins may be developed under any license a person would wish to use.
Before we this change, if you have any objections, please *reply now*; if
you are in agreement, please respond to this email stating,* "I approve of
the change to EPL."*
*Additionally*, the reason we need to ask for this permission is because
some of our contributors have not yet signed the JBoss CLA for Forge. Once
we change to EPL, the CLA will not be necessary :)
Lincoln Baxter, III
"Simpler is better."
I noticed that the forge module "forge-shell" has Seam Solder (on a
beta version) as a dependency on its pom.xml.
Is that really necessary ? I removed it and couldn´t notice anything
wrong when building / running forge (unless noticed).