[jboss-user] [JBoss Tools] - Re: My issues (or missunderstandings) with Jboss Tools

Tim Evers do-not-reply at jboss.com
Mon Mar 21 00:18:59 EDT 2011

Tim Evers [http://community.jboss.org/people/Kragoth] created the discussion

"Re: My issues (or missunderstandings) with Jboss Tools"

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Appart from my initial issues which may end up being an "insert new user" problem, I really want to commend those involved in the Jboss Tools development. The upgrade (now that it appears to be working) has improved dramatically compared to the older version I was using.

It is much much faster. (I actually ended up turning off the Seam builder in the old version due to the fact it was taking up to almost a minute each build, now I barely notice it happen  :) )

My custom tags auto complete works without me having to hack some xml file buried somewhere in the plugins directory!  :D  This is fantastic. All I had to do was setup my xml catalog and boom it worked. 

So, a big thanks to all involved. This upgrade has certainly addressed a lot of my concerns.

Just something to mention about the original topic.

I was having issues opening my .xhtml files. Everytime I opened one it would ask me if I wanted to add JSF support to the project. I would click yes, click apply (as the details were already filled in) and then it *appeared* to work and go into my .xhtml file. However this process was happening every time I attempted to open a .xhtml file. I eventually got tired of it and just copied the missing builder mentioned in this thread into my .project file and that appears to have solved my problem. Does this make sense?

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