I refactored WebUtils.getWebRootFolders().
Now it eliminates derived folders and in case of availability of new WTP
3.3.1 API it also puts the default root folder to the very beginning of
On 09/20/2011 03:44 PM, Fred Bricon wrote:
- You'd better check if the folder is not derived (cause it
to be target/*) to get a valid candidate (maven's build output directory
- WTP 3.2.5/3.3.1 introduces a new tag="defaultRootSource" attribute for
virtual folders in .component (see the upstream change in
and its attached
patch : https://bugs.eclipse.org/bugs/attachment.cgi?id=201282&action=diff
If you can't lock down the WTP version, you can call the new API using
reflection like :
On 21/09/2011 00:35, Alexey Kazakov wrote:
> Hi guys!
> We keep bumping into issues with multiple web root folders for mavenized
> The resent ones are found by Max in VPE.
> There are a few places where we have to handle multiple web roots: code
> completion, validation, openOns, VPE, ...
> In most cases it's enough just to look at all the roots but in some
> cases we should avoid looking at target folder. For instance it's better
> not to use "target" folder in validation.
> So far we have to hardcode "target" name and don't use it when
> critical. But of course it's not a perfect solution.
> No we have a utility method
> org.jboss.tools.jst.web.WebUtils.getWebRootFolders(IProject project,
> boolean ignoreTarget) which we use to get all the relevant roots.
> Fred, Rob, do we have any way to distinguish such a folder?
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