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From Tim McConnell <>
Subject Re: request for devtools doc for developing in eclipse
Date Thu, 04 Oct 2007 20:52:41 GMT
Hi Ted, Thanks for reviewing.....done, done, and done. I'm a little confused 
about the second manual option you've brought up. I was not aware that we should 
release the and it's not currently available on any of our 
download sites. This seems to be in line with the previous releases of the 
plugin though. Is this something that you think should be added to our process ??

Ted Kirby wrote:
> Cool!
> a few comments:
> On the main page, I'd add a 2nd sentence at the top like: Currently,
> the major tools are: , and have a list of hyper links to the eclipse
> plugin and j2g sections on the page.
> On the install page, add how to get the new server screen.  server
> view, new->server, or file->new->server.
> I think there are two manual options, with the preferred being to
> download the file.  Oh, I see that's not on the site.
> Can we add it?
> I think that warning can be cleaned up.  "either of these two options"?
> Several "Unable to render embedded object:" messages on the plugin faq pages.
> Ted Kirby
> On 10/4/07, Tim McConnell <> wrote:
>> Hi Ted, Jarek, Hernan, I've added many more details to the "Apache Geronimo
>> Development Tools Subproject" pages. Some details are a bit sparse still but
>> feel it's a better start. Would you all mind reviewing (or updating if
>> necessary) ??
>> --->
>> Thanks much.
>> Ted Kirby wrote:
>>> Can someone put updated doc for developing the geronimo eclipse and
>>> J2G plugins in the wiki, and link to them from the devtools home page?
>>> has
>>> doc for the 1.x plugin.  There is a link to a blank page for the
>>> eclipse plugin from the devtools page, but no similar link for j2g.
>>> This would be helpful.  I tried to find that blank page for the
>>> eclipse plugin in the wiki to update it, but was unsuccessful.  What
>>> is the URL for the wiki page to
>>> ?  Or, is this not a page that is generally accessible?
>>> Thanks,
>>> Ted Kirby
>> --
>> Thanks,
>> Tim McConnell

Tim McConnell

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