removing internal mailing lists :)
Nick, what is the webtools update site? Is there any use for it?
We've been wondering where it came from - I don't remember any discussion about
it but I may have missed it.
Yes, I asked the same question when I saw it.
This site is what gets registered inside Eclipse WTP to be looked at via the "New
Server" wizard where you can download additional servers. That makes it easy to
install JBoss Server support without finding us in marketplace and our own update site.
Thus that test for this is just to download Eclipse JEE, click New Server and click
"Download additional server adapters", check our site is in there and the
installation works and you can create/use our server adapters after the install.
Rob and Nick should be able to tell more about what this contains besides just a plain
copy of what is published to 3.3.0.M5 ?
Nick - any resin why the .webtools is not simply aggregated into / ?
On 12. 12. 2011, at 2:50, Nick Boldt wrote:
> As always, these are not FINAL bits, but preliminary results for QE testing. Not for
redistribution to customers.
> Update Sites:
> Nick Boldt :: JBoss by Red Hat
> Productization Lead :: JBoss Tools & Dev Studio
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