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From "Comain Chen" <>
Subject Re: Some questions
Date Tue, 04 Apr 2006 00:45:05 GMT
I have used Eclipse+Myeclipse to develop, and it is quite convinient, At
least the build and deploy process can be done in a single step with
myeclipse.  Somes your change in your code does not affect dramaticly,
tomcat with hot deploying will handle it withour restarting, but the
othertimes you do have to rebuild the project and restart the server.

On 4/4/06, Mário Lopes <> wrote:
> Hi.
> First off, a little bit of my background. I've been developing with
> Java for a long time now. None of it was web based development. On
> this field, I've programmed with PHP, .NET, Ruby on Rails, Python,
> etc..
> Now that I'm encharged of developing a Java/JSP/Servlets application I
> had to decide about a framework to ease my life. It had to have a
> strong MVC pattern to enforce organization. So I picked Struts :-)
> Now that I've given it a test drive, some questions arose:
> 1) I tried using Eclipse, as I've always did, for developing. What IDE
> do you suggest?
> 2) I noticed that each time I did a simple change I had to build with
> ant to package a .war and then restart Tomcat to recognize it. Tomcat
> takes 20 secs to load which is absolutely unbearable. Is there a more
> agile way of doing things?
> 3) Is MyEclipse worth it?
> I think this is it.. for now :-) I'll be forever in debt for your kind
> replies.
> Regards,
> Mário Lopes
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With best regrads,
Comain Chen

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