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From Davanum Srinivas <>
Subject Re: [Axis2] Depending on Generated Code
Date Wed, 21 Sep 2005 02:03:40 GMT
Can't you get your IDE to ignore certain directories?

-- dims

On 9/20/05, Eran Chinthaka <> wrote:
> Hi all,
> Seems like we have some dependency on generated code by project sources.
> Meaning, for you to compile the code, one has to code gen some classes
> and put that in to the classpath to compile the project code.
> This is ok, when you u are using maven. But we write, compile, run,
> debug everything using one of the Java IDEs. (Hope there aren't any one
> in 21st century, who write axis2 code in notepad and use maven to
> compile the code :(). This dependency on code gen classes gives  a
> headache as one need to put the generated classes also in to the
> classpath. The real problem is that whenever there is a change in the
> code gen module, the generated code changes and the IDE complains it
> can't compile.
> For the time being this is happening with some of the security scenarios.
> I complained abt this ealrier also and this is making me more and more
> frustrated. From last morning, I was trying to debug a service group
> test, but I couldn't do what I wanted, up to now.
> Don't we have some other solution for this ?
> I have a suggestion for this, but I don't know to which extent this will
> help. Can we create a jar out of the generated and compiled code from
> maven and then put that in to the local repo. So that the IDE can always
> point to that jar, in which case class changes within that jar are
> transparent.
> I hope there might be things like this in other projects you all have
> encountered. How did u tackle them ?
> Please please please lets have a better solution for this :(.
> Thanks,
> Chinthaka ....

Davanum Srinivas : - Oxygenating The Web Service Platform

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