Wednesday, September 17, 2008, 1:02:33 PM, you wrote:
SP> I was talking with Max about adding birt and portlet sample projects to svn.
SP> He think that would be good that QA knows how to get created the
SP> projects from ground up.
SP> I will write a short tutorial and you can contact me via skype.
SP> My skype account is snjeza.peco.
Sounds good. I will install skype asap.
Let me know when test projects will be downloadable.
SP> Aliaksey Nis wrote:
>> Hello Snjezana,
>> Saturday, September 13, 2008, 12:33:30 AM, you wrote:
>> SP> Aliaksey,
>> SP> I have made sample projects for Java, Seam and JSF portlets.
>> SP> They are:
>> SP> TestJavaPortlet.zip - 8 KB
>> SP> TestJSFPortlet - 3 MB
>> SP> TestSeamPortlet - 14 MB
>> SP> I have used Seam 2.0.1 GA and JBoss Portal 2.7.0 CR1 (JBoss Portal +
>> SP> JBoss AS 4.2.3)
>> SP> Max,
>> SP> is there a place where I can upload these files?
>> SP> Snjeza
>> Good news. :)
>> Maybe upload them to our SVN? -
>> SP> Aliaksey Nis wrote:
>>>> Hello Snjezana,
>>>> Can you provide us with any sample projects with portlets and BIRT
>>>> usage? We need them for more complex testing of this features.
>>>> Exactly we need one simple project with portlets, and another - with
>>>> BIRT functionality.
Ok, so if you monitored svn commits today you will see we (Rob and I)
deleted alot of stuff ;)
The gist of the changes I've done today as follows:
* Deleted out-of-date plugins/updatesites
* Moved non-maintained plugins to workspace/non-maintained
* Moved the 800 megs of movies from trunk to /documentation/trunk/movies
since it does not need to be that close to dev sources (reference docs
should stay close to code).
* Removed the "core" module since we realized the code was 99% dead so
need to keep it around wasting cpu cycles.
* Project Archives part in core have now been "upgraded" to live in its
own "archives" module. (Rob - did you get the build updated for this ?)
Thus if your eclipse suddenly starts complaining some directories are
missing then remove all your projects from eclipse,
do a complete svn update and reimport them in again - that is the easiest
way to get everything back to normal ;)
p.s. I also added a few "project setup helpers" at
There is a default JBoss Tools launch config and a set of working sets
configuration that can be used to group plugins instead
of having a long ungrouped listing. See
for how to use it.
p.p.s. if you find something is broken because of this let us know ASAP ;)
Since I did a clean svn co last week because of my disk crash I noticed we
still have some cruft in trunk.
The following I would like to move it to workspace/non-maintained:
The following I think we should just delete since it is
out-of-date/not-used as far as I can see (we can always restore if it
Let me know if you got objections ASAP :)