[ANN] Resin plugin 1.9.4

New in this version:

  • Bugfixes when using projects with multiple web modules. Not very

tested yet

  • Setting for showing resin.conf as it is altered by the plugin. Useful

mostly for me while debugging the plugin...

  • Cosmetic fix in one of the dialogs



Source will be released a sourceforge in a couple of weeks, when I have
had a chance to clean it up


/magnus

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Can't seem to debug JSPs no matter what I try. All break points say that
the break point doesn't match to any breaking line, or something like that.
The same points I apply work with Tomcat plugin.

Thanks for your efforts.

R


On 8/10/04 11:26 AM, in article cfapeg$8al$1@is.intellij.net, "Magnus
Johansson" <mj_quark@hotmail.com> wrote:

New in this version:

  • Bugfixes when using projects with multiple web modules. Not very

tested yet

  • Setting for showing resin.conf as it is altered by the plugin. Useful

mostly for me while debugging the plugin...

  • Cosmetic fix in one of the dialogs



Source will be released a sourceforge in a couple of weeks, when I have
had a chance to clean it up


/magnus


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Also on startup I get this:
Can't load JNI VFS library. Resin will still run,
but with somewhat slower performance.
java.lang.UnsatisfiedLinkError: no resin in java.library.path
On Unix, you need to compile the JNI library with
./configure; make; make install
On Windows, check for the resin.dll in resin/bin and
check the dll load path.


Apparently it's not loading the jni libs properly, don't think this is an
issue on windows but is on Unix based systems. Since this is not for
performance testing, it's not a biggie but thought you might want to know.

Thanks
R

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I know. I'll try to fix it

/magnus


Robert S. Sfeir wrote:

Also on startup I get this:
Can't load JNI VFS library. Resin will still run,
but with somewhat slower performance.
java.lang.UnsatisfiedLinkError: no resin in java.library.path
On Unix, you need to compile the JNI library with
./configure; make; make install
On Windows, check for the resin.dll in resin/bin and
check the dll load path.


Apparently it's not loading the jni libs properly, don't think this is an
issue on windows but is on Unix based systems. Since this is not for
performance testing, it's not a biggie but thought you might want to know.

Thanks
R

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Yes I know. JSP debugging is not supported at all.
Both IDEA and Resin 3.x should support JSR45 so it
should be doable. It is on my todo-list

/magnus


Robert S. Sfeir wrote:

Can't seem to debug JSPs no matter what I try. All break points say that
the break point doesn't match to any breaking line, or something like that.
The same points I apply work with Tomcat plugin.

Thanks for your efforts.

R


On 8/10/04 11:26 AM, in article cfapeg$8al$1@is.intellij.net, "Magnus
Johansson" <mj_quark@hotmail.com> wrote:

>>New in this version:
>>
>>* Bugfixes when using projects with multiple web modules. Not very
>> tested yet
>>
>>* Setting for showing resin.conf as it is altered by the plugin. Useful
>> mostly for me while debugging the plugin...
>>
>>* Cosmetic fix in one of the dialogs
>>
>>
>>Source will be released a sourceforge in a couple of weeks, when I have
>>had a chance to clean it up
>>
>>
>>/magnus


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Very cool thanks :)

R


On 8/11/04 3:21 AM, in article cfchcs$n38$2@is.intellij.net, "Magnus
Johansson" <mj_quark@hotmail.com> wrote:

Yes I know. JSP debugging is not supported at all.
Both IDEA and Resin 3.x should support JSR45 so it
should be doable. It is on my todo-list

/magnus


Robert S. Sfeir wrote:

>> Can't seem to debug JSPs no matter what I try. All break points say that
>> the break point doesn't match to any breaking line, or something like that.
>> The same points I apply work with Tomcat plugin.
>>
>> Thanks for your efforts.
>>
>> R
>>
>>
>> On 8/10/04 11:26 AM, in article cfapeg$8al$1@is.intellij.net, "Magnus
>> Johansson" <mj_quark@hotmail.com> wrote:
>>
>>
>>> New in this version:
>>>
>>> * Bugfixes when using projects with multiple web modules. Not very
>>> tested yet
>>>
>>> * Setting for showing resin.conf as it is altered by the plugin. Useful
>>> mostly for me while debugging the plugin...
>>>
>>> * Cosmetic fix in one of the dialogs
>>>
>>>
>>> Source will be released a sourceforge in a couple of weeks, when I have
>>> had a chance to clean it up
>>>
>>>
>>> /magnus
>>
>>

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Thanks for working on the plugin. I noticed that multiple hosts are not allowed in the Resin config. Is this something that will be allowed in a future release of the plugin?

Thanks,
BacMan

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Yes I've been thinking about it. The most straightforward way would be
to ad a host field in the deployment settings for each module (where
you now enter context path). Does that seem reasonable?

/magnus


no_mail@jetbrains.com wrote:

Thanks for working on the plugin. I noticed that multiple hosts are not allowed in the Resin config. Is this something that will be allowed in a future release of the plugin?

Thanks,
BacMan

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Yes makes sense. One module per host would be very cool.


On 8/12/04 2:42 AM, in article cff3fp$t6m$1@is.intellij.net, "Magnus
Johansson" <mj_quark@hotmail.com> wrote:

Yes I've been thinking about it. The most straightforward way would be
to ad a host field in the deployment settings for each module (where
you now enter context path). Does that seem reasonable?

/magnus


no_mail@jetbrains.com wrote:

>> Thanks for working on the plugin. I noticed that multiple hosts are not
>> allowed in the Resin config. Is this something that will be allowed in a
>> future release of the plugin?
>>
>> Thanks,
>> BacMan

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