[seam-dev] Re: renaming source directories in a seam-gen project
Max Rydahl Andersen
max.andersen at redhat.com
Sun Sep 28 14:39:28 EDT 2008
> Btw, we will still retain the concept of action and model components.
> That much does make sense. So no UI changes to JBossTools would be
Yes, the destinations of artifacts is different from the "hot-loadability"
of a src directory.
The reason action and model were used originally I think is because JPA
entities can't be reloaded and
there were problems having action classes/resources spread across
hot/non-hot classloader (the last part might have changed though)
btw. I'm fine with the suggested change from perspective of JBoss Tools
since we are not bound to the name and
it will just affect new projects if/when we decide to use hot/main instead
> On Sun, Sep 28, 2008 at 4:55 AM, Dan Allen <dan.j.allen at gmail.com> wrote:
>> I would like to propose that we modify the name of the source
>> directories in a seam-gen project so they better reflect how they are
>> built rather than what classes they might contain. The current paths
>> The src/action directory works as the hot deployable classpath when
>> running in development mode. In production mode, they both get dumped
>> into the same classpath. Here is the renaming I am proposing:
>> src/action -> src/hot
>> src/model -> src/main (or src/static)
>> I am *not* looking for a major change here. This is just a small task
>> that I feel would just cause less confusion. For instance, I often
>> recommend to clients to move classes that have "solidified" out of the
>> hot deployment directory so that they are not constantly reloaded
>> (hence wasting build time). But currently it feels unnatural to put an
>> action component under src/model.
>> I would like to know if these names are okay and if, perhaps, you have
>> a better choice for "src/main". I really don't expect objections to
>> "src/hot", but you have a chance to speak up.
>> Dan Allen
>> Software consultant | Author of Seam in Action
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