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From ibiddles <>
Subject Re: Is Version 1.1.1(Released September 18, 2006) the stable version for development?
Date Mon, 19 Mar 2007 04:21:31 GMT

Hi Jacek,

You mention that the Eclipse plugin works with 2.0M3, Eclipse 3.3M5eh and
WTP 2.0M5. I have to run on 3.2.2 right now because of dependencies of other
projects I am using.

I have Eclipse 3.2.2, WTP1.5.3 and all of its specified dependencies (EMF
3.2.2, GEF 3.2.2 and JEM 1.2.3).. I also have the latest unofficial daily
plugin (14-MAR). The problem is that I am getting an "Unhandled event loop
exception" and then an NPE at org.eclsipe.ui.internal.presentation.setFocus
(line 148) when I try to open the Geronimo deployment plan editor.

Does the latest plugin build support my configuration or do I need to get
another plugin version from somewhere?

Best wishes, Ivan.

Jacek Laskowski-4 wrote:
> On 3/15/07, Joseph Kulandai <> wrote:
>> Is Version 1.1.1(Released September 18, 2006) the stable version for
>> development?
>> I am planning to use Geronimo for development and I would like to know
>> which
>> version is the latest stable version now? Please help me on this.
> I'm biased so take it with a grain of salt.
> I'd say go for Apache Geronimo v2
> (
> that comes with the latest Java EE 5 bits. To me, 1.1.1 is as stable
> as 2.0M3 and don't be misled 1.1.1 is better (in terms of stability)
> than 2.0M3 only because of the release number.
> There's also the Geronimo Eclipse plugin to help you get started with
> Java EE 5 and Geronimo
> ( Download the
> unofficially official daily driver from. It's listed in the Daily
> Drivers of the Downloads section. It works with Eclipse IDE 3.3m5eh +
> WTP 2.0m5.
> When in doubt, ask your questions here. There's no better way to learn
> new stuff than asking about it in public ;-) Also, you may've noticed
> there's a shortage of 2.0 documentation so your questions and answers
> are likely to become part of it, too.
> Take a look at the website to find out more about Apache Geronimo and
> report any issues you run into on the user mailing list.
> Happy Java EE 5 coding with Apache Geronimo!
> Jacek
> -- 
> Jacek Laskowski

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