Rob probably wants to use the downloading API (the
ECFExamplesTransport class and, maybe the
DownloadRuntimeDialog.downloadAndInstall method). That API could be
moved to the JBoss Common or some other common plugin.
Yes, I would like to see this very much in a common plugin. This links
directly with the (somewhat quiet) discussion on re-organizing the
I'll start collecting jiras for things that might be moved to a common
plugin. This might help add a 'push' to get the re-org done or at least
started a bit faster.
Thanks for the feedback snjezana!
On 08/20/2012 06:43 PM, Max Rydahl Andersen wrote:
Thanks for the writeup - cc'ed jbosstools mailing list so Rob et.al. can comment.
> Hello Max,
> The Runtime detection plugin doesn't depend on the project examples plugin. You
can use the detection API without adding dependencies to the project examples. All what
you need is o.j.t.runtime.core, o.j.t.runtime.as.detector and, maybe, o.j.t.runtime.ui.
> I think the downloding UI that is part of the project examples plugin isn't
necessary for adding the download feature to the AS plugin. That UI will be changed in the
future. See https://issues.jboss.org/browse/JBIDE-12237
> Rob probably wants to use the downloading API (the ECFExamplesTransport class and,
maybe the DownloadRuntimeDialog.downloadAndInstall method). That API could be moved to the
JBoss Common or some other common plugin.
> The way in which quickstarts can be added within some JBoss AS/EAP distribution is
described in https://github.com/jboss-jdf/jboss-as-quickstart/pull/282
. It is enough to
add the quickstarts to some directory in the JBoss AS home directory.
> To test quickstarts, it is the best to use user sites that can be created using
Window>Preferences>JBoss Tools>Project Examples as follows:
> - clone the quickstarts project to some directory
> - select Window>Preferences>JBoss Tools>Project Examples
> - check the Show experimental sites checkbox
> - click the Add button
> - enter some name to the Name field and the url of your .project_example.xml file in
URL (you can use the Browse button to find the .project_example.xml file in your local
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