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Subject [Myfaces Wiki] Update of "Eclipse IDE" by BrunoAranda
Date Sun, 10 Jul 2005 19:31:50 GMT
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The following page has been changed by BrunoAranda:

The comment on the change is:
Included WTP information

   * First we have to download all the dependencies, open myfaces-realease build file and
start download dependencies
   * then do a build all on it, and you should end up with jars and wars in the various dist
-  * If the build process fails check out the cause, and adjust the property files or your
directory, it is the easiest if you name the project where the !MyFaces sources are located
+  * If the build process fails check out the cause, and adjust the property files or your
- == Additional Info on the Build Process ==
- Additional Info on the build process can be found under
- == Creation of a new Webapp ==
- Bad news for everybody, Eclipse itself does not come with any webapp support whatsoever,
you either have to invest time or money
- to get the webapp support up and running. There are a handful of plugin projects which at
least allow basic webapp support. And a handful of plugin collections, most of them commercial
which are more sophisticated.
- It is highly recommended to use some of the more sophisticated free commercial plugins,
because those can give you a headstart with automatic myfaces projects on the latest stable
release of myfaces.
- The cheapest ones in the commercial range with decent !MyFaces support being !MyEclipse with relatively cheap subscription service, and Exadel
with a free base version and a moderately priced Pro version.
- If you want to headstart without any plugins, I can recommend to use the example, which
comes with myfaces for an entry point into the correct webapp structure.

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