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From Filip Hanik - Dev Lists <devli...@hanik.com>
Subject Re: reload on demand
Date Fri, 02 Mar 2007 14:18:34 GMT
Kent Tong wrote:
> Filip Hanik - Dev Lists <devlists <at> hanik.com> writes:
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>> see that the solution I gave you, doesn't need to reload the app, it 
>> simply reloads the individual class file. for large apps, you don't have 
>> to wait for the entire app to reload
>> that would qualify as automatic too, wouldnt it?
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> Thanks. I've taken a look at it. Here are some issues with it:
> 1) It still uses a timer. So it will still keep reloading when I
> am editing my files.
> 2) I have to specified which servlet classes to monitor. It seems
> there is no way to monitor all classes (including domain classes).
> 3) Reloading only a particular class will probably break the
> webapp (eg, when instances of classes hold references to its 
> instances).
>   
sounds like you want the cake and eat it too, follow Yoav's suggestion, 
and write a macro so that everytime you update a class you touch a 
watched resource after the update has been complete

Filip
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