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From stev...@outerthought.org
Subject [WIKI-UPDATE] OlivierLange LoadInEclipse Wed May 19 01:00:06 2004
Date Tue, 18 May 2004 23:00:06 GMT
Page: http://wiki.cocoondev.org/Wiki.jsp?page=OlivierLange , version: 14 on Mon May 18 22:05:09
2004 by OlivierLange

- I am using a model of visual components (tabular list, matrix, navigation blocks, metadata,
page enveloppe) called XPage, to integrate different applications and datasources (ASP, PHP,
Python, XSL). It's basically a DTD I synthetised from many other DTD's, a kind of xdocs applied
at datasets and information space navigation. It provides a unified user interface accross
heterogeneous applications, for a variety of presentation tasks.
- 


Page: http://wiki.cocoondev.org/Wiki.jsp?page=LoadInEclipse , version: 21 on Mon May 18 22:05:43
2004 by JoergHeinicke

- To run the ANT build from within Eclipse you have to add something like this to the build.xml:
?             ^^

+ To run the Ant build from within Eclipse you have to add something like this to the build.xml:
?             ^^

- [Olivier Lange] Could someone who managed to compile Cocoon from within Eclipse elaborate
on this? It does not seem to work under Eclipse 2.1.2 with the Ant 1.5.3 plug-in. Build Cocoon
outside of Eclipse from the command-line.
+ ''Note'': Cocoon build system uses Ant 1.6, so calling the Ant build from an older Eclipse
without Ant 1.6 does not work. You need a recent 3.0 milestone build of Eclipse - or you know
how to replace your Ant version in your older Eclipse.
- Please note: this seems to be a quite inefficient way to debug Cocoon, it is ''much slower''
than remote debugging. May be did I overlook a setting? I'd suggest running Cocoon outside
of Eclipse and using remote JVM debugging. See [Debugging Cocoon]. Note also that to run Cocoon
outside of Eclipse, you'll need to rebuild the JARs you wiped away with 'build eclipse-webapp-prepare'
from the WEB-INF\lib folder, so that Cocoon debugging and running Cocoon Jetty within Eclipse
seem to conflict. Or is there another way? [Olivier Lange]
? ^^^^^^^^                                                                               
                                                                                         
                                                                                         
                                                                                         
                                                                                         
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+ ''Note'': this seems to be a quite inefficient way to debug Cocoon, it is ''much slower''
than remote debugging. May be did I overlook a setting? I'd suggest running Cocoon outside
of Eclipse and using remote JVM debugging. See [Debugging Cocoon]. Note also that to run Cocoon
outside of Eclipse, you'll need to rebuild the JARs you wiped away with 'build eclipse-webapp-prepare'
from the WEB-INF\lib folder, so that Cocoon debugging and running Cocoon Jetty within Eclipse
seem to conflict.
? ^^^   ++




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