For those who have problems with installing
hub<https://github.com/defunkt/hub>on Windows. I did the following and
1. Install Git for Windows <http://msysgit.github.com/>
2. Install Ruby with RubyInstaller <http://rubyinstaller.org/>
3. Add ruby\bin\ to your system PATH variable
4. Download hub standalone <http://defunkt.io/hub/standalone> (you must
save it as "hub", not "standalone") into your git\bin\ folder
Now you should be able to use "hub" from Git Bash shell like this:
$ hub clone jbosstools/jbosstools-forge
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The m2e-wtp 0.17.0 Milestone 1 is available from 
Along a bunch of Bug fixes , it introduces new optional Java EE
configurators (available as separate features) contributed by JBoss Tools.
- JSF configurator : will install the JSF Facet automatically if it detects
a faces-config.xml or the Faces servlet in your web.xml
- JAX-RS configurator : will install the JAX-RS Facet automatically if
JAX-RS classes are found in your project classpath
If you already installed the JAX-RS and JSF configurators from JBoss Tools,
you will need to do "Help > check for updates", so the new configurators
can be seen as valid updates over the JBoss ones
The JPA Facet configurator couldn't be included in this milestone as the
Dali project changed its API in Kepler and I wanted this milestone to be
compatible with indigo, juno AND kepler.
The Dali API changes will force us to maintain separate code bases, thus
versions starting with the next Milestone.
Unfortunately, the m2e-wtp features didn't make it to the Kepler M4 release
this time. I hope we can sort that out for M5.
Please test this milestone version and report any bugs you find to Bugzilla
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Hi Fred & JBT-ers,
Asking now what I have not managed to ask personally in Brno.
(1) Is it safe to run an external (command line) maven command in a
workspace folder? Something like
mvn clean install
IIRC, about a year ago when I tried that last time, Eclipse was quite
unhappy about it. I do not remember what the error messages were but
since then I always rsync my workspace to /tmp/gatein-build and build
there. Is it safe by design now?
(2) Could perhaps "Maven > Update Project..." be run automatically when
There are situations in which "Update Project" is proposed as the first
quick fix. And it solves the problem indeed. Why does m2e not run it by
itself if it already can detect quite reliably that it should be run?
(3) Finding sources during debug. Could you please direct me to a web
page or source file where the lookup sequence is documented/implemented?
I'd like to have a chance to check it when I get "source not found" next
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As several projects (JDF, CDI, Arquillian, etc) move more towards using
lightweight markup languages for documentation, I see a real opportunity in
JBossTools to provide an AsciiDoc (and perhaps Markdown) editor and preview
pane, very similar to how the HTML editor works. (In fact, personally, I
see more value in this tool than the HTML editor).
The features I'd like to see are:
* syntax highlighting
* syntax assistance and/or templates
* preview pane (split or as separate tab)
It may also be interesting to have a view which can help layout text-based
diagrams. See AsciiFlow (http://asciiflow.com) to get the idea. Text-based
diagramming can save developers a lot of time.
Although AsciiDoc is written in Python, it can be invoked in Java through
Jython . There is also effort underway to create a Ruby port, which
would enable it to be called via JRuby .
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