"just" the cdi functionality is a humble statement. The tooling makes cdi
sexy. It really made my cdi tutorial at jfokus work because it proves the
value in having type-safe and deterministic injection points. Woot!
I'll also mention that I love the MarketPlace integration. That's why I
install JBossTools now. :) (Now if updating were a little less intrusive,
but that's a seperate discussion I'll pursue).
- Dan Allen
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On Feb 24, 2011 8:04 AM, "Max Rydahl Andersen" <max.andersen(a)redhat.com>
> Congrats on the release! We'll take a look at it while
btw. remember the existing Seam wizards/UI does not apply for Seam 3; only
And things like seam-gen etc. does not exist for Seam 3 so those parts are
applicable for Seam 3.
For Seam 3 its "just" the CDI functionallity and the general Hibernate
querying and AS deployment that is worth looking at.
> On Thu, 24 Feb 2011 10:45:45 +0100, Max Rydahl Andersen <
>> Hi guys,
>> We pushed JBoss Tools 3.2.0 out earlier this week.
>> This includes a lot of CDI functionality (
>> and better Maven project and example support (
>> It would be great if the runtime teams could try the tooling out and
feedback to us (either in jboss tools forum (
) or our jira(
>> if you find bugs.
>> We know it won't work for all cases in Seam 3 because it uses Solder
which uses custom extensions to provide injection points but we
>> will be working on this going forward in our development
>> But even without that support I believe Seam 3 and its examples should
able to load and run from JBoss Tools out of the box - but that
>> requires we get your guys input and support in trying it out
us know if there is something that is not working.
>> I hope you can take your time to try it out (I know Dan already used it
find issues in archetypes and TCK ;) and let us know if
>> there are things we can improve/fix short and long term.
>> Thank you,
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