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Subject [Tapestry Wiki] Update of "HowToSetupEclipseCallistoJetty" by MichaelLake
Date Fri, 14 Jul 2006 02:34:15 GMT
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The following page has been changed by MichaelLake:

  ## page was renamed from MichaelLake
- How to set up Eclipse/Calisto/Jetty with tapestry
+ = How to set up Eclipse/Callisto/Jetty for Developing Tapestry =
- Framework page
+ Download the latest Eclipse http://www.eclipse.org (I'm using 3.2)
+ == Install the Callisto plugins for eclipse ==
+  *After installing eclipse, go to Help -> Software Updates -> Find and Install...
+  *Search for new features to install
+  *Check "Callisto Discovery Site"
+  *When presented with all the different modules, check everything except what you're absolutely
sure you don't need (C/C++, charting, for example)
+ == Install Jetty Launcher plugin ==
+  *Go to Help -> Software Updates -> Find and Install...
+  *Search for new features to install
+  *Click "New Remote Site", enter a name, use http://jettylauncher.sourceforge.net/updates
as the URL
+ == (Use Subversion) ==
+  *SSH to your linux server, install svn via RPM, debian packages, etc..
+  *{{{svnadmin create /usr/local/repository}}}
+  *{{{chown mylogin:mylogin /usr/local/repository -R}}}
+  *Install subclipse (same way as jettylauncher) using http://subclipse.tigris.org/update_1.2.x
+  *After installing subclipse, Go to Window -> Preferences... then Team -> SVN. Change
"SVN interface" to JavaSVN. Unless you really like screwing around with pub/private keys this
is a good way for you to save your ssh username/pass for accessing the repository. (took me
awhile to find this)
+  *Go to Window -> Open Perspective -> Other..., select "SVN Repository Exploring"
+  *Right click on the "SVN Repository" view, Click "New -> Repository Location...", enter
+  *Right click on your new repository location, click "Create new remote folder", give it
a project name(it's not an eclipse project yet), such as {{{myapp}}}
+  *Right click on {{{myapp}}} and create three more folders under it called "tags", "branches",
and "trunk"
+ (Mini-subversion-lesson: by convention, most people work out of the trunk folder, when they
make a release, they copy the trunk to {{{tags/release-1.0}}} for example and that remains
a frozen release. Learn more at http://subversion.tigris.org/)
+  *Right click on {{{trunk}}} and click "Checkout..."
+  *Make sure to "Check out as a project configured using the New Project Wizard", click Finish
+  *Read on...
+ == From the New project wizard... ==
+  *Create a "Dynamic Web Project", Next
+  *Name it "myapp", Next
+  *Next
+  *I use {{{context}}} for the Content Directory, Finish
+  *(ignore its warning about project files)
+  *You should be in the java perspective now, Right-click your new project in the Project
Explorer, Click Build Path -> Configure Build Path...
+  *Click the Source tab and change Default output folder to say {{{myapp/context/WEB-INF/classes}}}
+  *Delete that pesky {{{build}}} folder it had created

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