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From Ken Anderson ...@pacific.net>
Subject Re: The quickest edit->run cycle with Servlets/Velocity?
Date Mon, 06 Jan 2003 19:13:39 GMT
I use jbuilder, and just build the files I have changed. Jbuilder puts 
them in the webapp tree and tomcat reloads them automatically. No need 
to restart the whole webapp.
Ken


Dru Nelson wrote:
> 
> Hello,
> 
> What is the best way to QUICKLY develop web apps
> with Servlets/Velocity?  If I'm not editing a template
> (which is easy, and immediate with Velocity), I
> get hit with the VM start times and WAR deployment.
> 
> For example, lets say I'm developing some servlets
> with Velocity.
> 
> If I use just command line ANT, I have to build a new
> war and then deploy the WAR file, and restart the
> server. (I'm using Jetty).
> 
> Is there a much much faster way using freely available
> technology?
> 
> I would like to just edit, hit a function key, and 250 milliseconds
> later, try out the page in an open browser window.
> 
> Later on, when done (and QA'd), tag the code, build the WAR file
> and ship it to production servers.
> 
> 
> dru
> 
> 
> 
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