For your information, I would like to try to migrate from json-simple to
minimal-json in tern.java (see
Before doing that, I would like to know if it's a problem for you to change
(again) your build if I can do the same feature with minimal-json. The
reason for this migration is about :
* even if json-simple works great, it seems not activated.
* minimal-json belongs to Eclipse (Eclipse RAP)
* minimal-json seems more optmized than json-simple (see benchmark at
Are you OK with this migration (if I can do it)?
Can you please add me to the jbosstools-dev@lists or let me know the steps that I need to take to subscribe to the list?
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Snjezana - thanks for the writeup but it would be way better to attach
these files in a jira and then send link to the mailing list since
mailman will not (always) allow the binaries to go through for space and
> Requirements: Fedora 20 64-bit or some other distribution that
> includes GTK3 >= 3.10
> 1) download Eclipse I-build -
> 2) install it
> 3) copy the attached eclipse_1603.so to
> GTK >= 3.10 is enabled by this library.
> 4) copy the attached
> org.eclipse.swt.gtk.linux.x86_64_3.103.0.v20140415-1109.jar to
> This plugin contains the patches from
> 5) call "export SWT_GTK3=1" (optional)
> 6) start Eclipse
> If Eclipse doesn't start, copy the attached *4424.so libraries to
> You will encounter the issue described in
> https://bugs.eclipse.org/bugs/show_bug.cgi?id=427511 (the issue hasn't
> been fixed yet). If you can't reproduce it, you don't use GTK >= 3.10.
> However, you won't face any issues described in
> https://bugs.eclipse.org/bugs/show_bug.cgi?id=421127. If you skip step
> 4, all views/editors/tabs will be empty.
JBIDE now is using simplified jira creation screen.
This gives a much simpler experience for opening bugs but still allow
committers/contributors to go to advanced tab to fill in more details.
Note, that if you really just want all fields on one long screen even
though you just need a small subset - you can click the "Configure
Fields" in upper right corner to customise it how you like it to be.
But for now for the non-advanced user the JBIDE creation screen is
I'm trying to get this on JBDS too but there seems to be some
Let me know if you love or hate this simplification.
At first I would like to say you "Many thank's!" to interest you to
tern.java (and tern.js) and for your contributions. It's a fantastic
adventure fore me and I have a great luck to work with guys like you.
I contact you because you are integrating tern.java (and AngularJS Eclipse)
* in JBoss Tools
* in Liferay IDE
* in Nodeclipse.
I hope that our collaboration will show that tern.js is the killer
I contact you, because I think it's important that we share our idea about
tern.java (and tern.js) in a commons forum. So my idea is to create a
Google Groups "tern.java" for that.
I would like to explain more my roadmap (like Tern Tooling
https://github.com/angelozerr/tern.java/wiki/Tern-Toolings to provide
Eclipse wizards to create JSON type definitions, server plugin and
CodeMirror/Ace/Orion editor plugged with tern).
What do you think about this idea of Google Groups "tern.java"?
A couple of errors got into the authors in jbosstools-website so to
avoid too much problems I went ahead and did a filter-branch to fix
these author mails before the repo gets used too much ;)
I've merged all non-trivial PR's before this so that work is in master -
but please make sure to either reclone the repository or do a git pull
--force to get the latest/greatest.
Sorry for the inconvenience - won't happen again ;)
Project leads, please tag your projects!
git tag jbosstools-4.2.0.Beta1
git push origin jbosstools-4.2.0.Beta1
Nick Boldt :: JBoss by Red Hat
Productization Lead :: JBoss Tools & Dev Studio