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Koen have been working on Forge 1 wizards for JBoss Tools (since Forge 2 is not
targeted to be ready before after our next major release). He have had great
process but where the original plan was to create a set of Forge 1 based
wizards (create project, create entity, scaffold etc.) we thought it was time
to readjust what we want to do. Below is what came out from a meetup between
Lincoln, Burr, Max, Koen and a few other attendees there to see the show :)
1) Koen will drop the current create project/entity individual wizards - they
either duplicate existing functionallity in Eclipse or are not generating
recommended project setup (especially for projects targeting
enterprise/supported bits) - this saves time that can be used on making Forge 2
better in this area.
2) Koen will focus on making the reverse engineering of entities and scaffolding via Forge 1
be available via Wizards in JBoss Tools. The current wishlist is:
* reverse engineer from a database (using hibernate tools forge plugin)
* scaffold JSF
* scaffold HTML5
* scaffold Rest services
3) Forge 2 should be improved to handle that during creation you might be targeting
something else than just one specific version of the spec bom (i.e. EAP 6, EAP 7, AS7, AS8, Glassfish N etc. would need this anyway afaics)
This is related to the work Raphael made for updating the used BOM's (http://www.jboss.org/jdf/stack/plugin-jdf/).
Hope that clears up the picture for those been involved - if you got any questions or comments do let me or Koen know.
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Nick posted below earlier - please take a look at these issues ASAP
and open PR/jiras for them to get them fixed.
These issues covers maven/central/as/hibernate/vpe/seam/javaee so its the full stack that needs a checkup.
Please make this your priority to get fixed so we can get this release airborne.
On Mon, Mar 11, 2013 at 03:21:22AM -0400, Nick Boldt wrote:
>The 401/601 builds are not happy w/ the updated 4.22.2 target platform .
>Over the weekend numerous builds failed , so I'm not comfortable
>releasing a CR1a build today.
>We need to decide if these tests can be fixed, or if the TP needs to
>be rolled back to 1.2 / 0.16 .
>Failing builds include:
>* central-maven-examples: test crash (SIGSEV, error code 134) in
>* javaee: test failure,
>Additionally, these builds have been failing for several days:
>* hibernate: test timeout, org.hibernate.eclipse.console.test (last 5
>builds, since Mar 6)
>* server: test failure, org.jboss.tools.as.test.core.classpath.EJB3SupportVerifierTest.testEJB30Support
>(from org.jboss.tools.as.test.core.ASToolsTestSuite) (last 10 builds,
>since Mar 1)
>* vpe: test timeout, org.jboss.tools.vpe.jsp.test (last 5 builds,
>failing since Mar 5)
>Nick Boldt :: JBoss by Red Hat
>Productization Lead :: JBoss Tools & Dev Studio
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Productization Lead :: JBoss Tools & Dev Studio
I'm trying to locate the repository used currently for esb / drools /
etc. I've received links to two different github repositories, but they
seem to contain overlapping non-subset lists of plugins.
What I'm basically looking to do is get a dev-env up where I can test
esb / drools usage of 'runtimes' in base. I am looking into refactoring
small portions of it, specifically how nested runtimes are discovered
and created, and I obviously want to make sure I don't break anything in
So I'm wondering what list of repos and source code I need to have and
import into my workspace to test this stuff and ensure I don't break
It was my understanding that a move was underway between the two
repositories, however Max has indicated he doesn't know the status, and
so I'm left unsure what repos to test ;)
- Rob Stryker
breaker of all things.
I've enabled the tab integration that is described at https://community.jboss.org/en/website/blog/2013/03/11/new-way-to-show-gi... on all repos in @jbosstools github organization.
I've enabled the "magic" jira management from git commits on jbosstools-documentation repo and will give it a go and if it works well enable it on any other repo where the maintainer is ok with having this enabled.
(i'm just using the jbosstools-documentation as a test since i'm going to push a few to that later today)
The magic is described at https://confluence.atlassian.com/display/AOD/Processing+JIRA+issues+with+... and allows you to do this:
$ git checkout -b JBIDE-1233
$ <do changes>
$ git commit -m "JBIDE-1233 #resolve fix that issue by sprinkling magic dust on the bug"
$ <do the proper git rebase/pull as needed>
$ git checkout master
$ git merge JBIDE-1233
$ git push origin
Now JBIDE-1233 will get resolved with the commend "fix that issue by sprinkling magic dust on the bug""
I'll let you know how it goes - but do let me know if this git magic is something you would want enabled for the repos or not (you can read about limitations etc. in the docs above)
p.s. it might be a while before you will see the tabs/issues show up since jira needs to index the full history first.