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Not yet. I haven't had the time

/magnus


unika wrote:

Is there Resin plugin for IDEA 4.5 yet?

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Does it work if I'll compile it using cvs sources?

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Nope

unika wrote:

Does it work if I'll compile it using cvs sources?

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it is a pity :(
hope you will get some free time soon :)

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I hope you find time as well. Your plug-in makes developing with Resin easier.

BacMan

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Started to play with tomcat plugin sources in order to make a minimal resin plugin working...It sucks when there is no plugin development documentation. Did I miss something?

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No, you didn't miss anything, there is really almost no documentation,
just the plugin examples and a lot of try and error... :(


unika wrote:

Started to play with tomcat plugin sources in order to make a minimal resin plugin working...It sucks when there is no plugin development documentation. Did I miss something?

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unika wrote:

Started to play with tomcat plugin sources in order to make a minimal resin plugin working...It sucks when there is no plugin development documentation. Did I miss something?


I know. Until a plugin is ready (hopefully in a week or two) I have
configured an external tool that kind of works. I take advantage of
that the $project variable is expanded in resin.conf. Hence I have
something like in the external tools def

Program: r:\bin\httpd.exe
Parameters: -standalone -conf $FilePath$ -Dproject=$OutputPath$
Working directory: $OutputPath$

with a resin.conf (like below) in the project I can right-click it
and choose the external tool resin and run it. I doesn't give you
debugging tough

This resin.conf assumes the module build path is xxx/classes and
the exploded dir is xxx/webroot

0 index.html ]]>


Another way would be some clever usage of a Run configuration

/magnus

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