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From Martin Grotzke <>
Subject Re: How to run a webapp in jetty
Date Mon, 23 Feb 2009 07:33:28 GMT
On Mon, 2009-02-23 at 05:49 +0200, Timo Rantalaiho wrote:
> On Thu, 19 Feb 2009, Martin Grotzke wrote:
> > I personally also used the eclipse jetty-plugin in our last project, but
> > this also stopped to work after some update of eclipse and I didn't
> > have/spent the time to find out what the reason is, I just switched to
> > "mvn jetty:run".
> An IDE plugin is definitely the worst alternative
That's your point of view :)

>  -- I meant
> starting Jetty with a main method of a Java class like any
> Java command-line application. E.g.
> > What makes a real difference IMHO is if you have live classreloading
> > working to see changes immediately, without the need to restart anything
> > (I don't know if it's much time, but at least I *feel* faster :)).
> That again doesn't have anything to do with how you start
> the container.
With tapestry5 live class reloading this was indeed the case. If you
show how to use it without using the jetty plugin this would be kind -
however I have to admit I didn't really investigate since about 1 year
(at this time it was the case).


>  I can have for example "foo in production
> mode" and "foo in development mode with javarebel" run
> configurations in my IDE, and the latter adds the JavaRebel
> settings on the command-line. Put javarebel.jar in version
> control and the run configuration can be shared.
> Best wishes,
> Timo

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