I've spent a brief amount of time adding SwitchYard specific console features into the Eclipse Servers View. It would be a *huge* help if the models used in the GWT console could be used in Eclipse.
That said, there is a lot of mileage to be gained by simply being able to use the AutoBean framework within Eclipse. Does anyone have any experience using AutoBeans in an Eclipse or OSGi environment? (In SY land, we're slowly moving to a place where our core management/configuration model API can be used in the tooling as well.)
> > you know eclipse better then me and your concerns about embedding
> > may
> > be right. but if you guys could work towards something decoupled
> > from it's view technology, I might be able to re-use large parts of
> > it.
> I certainly think there may be opportunity here from a model
> perspective. For example, creating higher level types than
> "resource" (e.g. data source), that encapsulate specific resource
> types within the server. That said, I'm not sure if there is any
> support available for the AutoBean framework in Eclipse (knowing the
> console makes heavy use of AutoBean). If there is, that would
> certainly simplify adding more detailed capabilities.
> The model used in the Eclipse POC is simply a model around the low
> level, generic resource API, nothing more. It's simple, complete,
> but not very pretty (or usable, in my opinion).
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I was just wondering if anybody required a REST client in any of their plugins and, if so, what are you using?
I was looking at the ECF REST client, but would rather use something common to other JBT plugins.
Thanks in advance,
As the Indigo SR2 bits are now available on the eclipse.org servers (but
not yet released officially -- that announcement is tomorrow), I'm going
to start pulling down the bits and building a new mirror on dl.jb.org,
and will then respin the TP for the trunk jobs (stable_branch will stay
on the SR1-M TP for now).
If QE is ok with the idea, we could respin the whole stable_branch
against the updated TP, too. Benefit there is that end-users will be
using something that's been built/tested against the latest public
version of Eclipse, rather than an intermediate maintenance build from a
few weeks ago.
Nick Boldt :: JBoss by Red Hat
Productization Lead :: JBoss Tools & Dev Studio
what feature do I need to install from JBoss Tools (trunk) in order to have Portlet examples available? The following used to be enough:
but something must have changed like a week ago. When I open Help -> Project Examples... there is just JBoss Maven Archetypes.
When I install the whole JBoss Tools it works fine.
Eclipse: Indigo Service Release 1
JBoss Tools: Nightly trunk build (23. 2. 2012)