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Hi Taras ,

all old jam model have been refactored to use new jam functionality: spring,
seam, ejb, jpa, webbeans, etc.

Serega.

Is there some information available on the Jam functionality?

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I think all of these are not part of the current git repository, so they cannot be used as examples for how to get started using jam.

By the way, the spring plugin was previously open. After the migration from svn to git I cannot find it anymore.
Are you planning to make it available? I think it's a very good sample application for many IDEA APIs.

Cheers,
-tt

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There's a very short presentation about JAM here:

http://www.jetbrains.net/confluence/pages/viewpage.action?pageId=15799219

I'm also very much interested in more documentation. What exactly are you targetting?

Yann

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Hello Taras,

By the way, the spring plugin was previously open. After the migration
from svn to git I cannot find it anymore.

Are you planning to make it available? I think it's a very good sample
application for many IDEA APIs.


No, the Spring plugin will no longer be available as open-source (for rather
obvious reasons). The Struts 2 plugin, which uses many of the same APIs,
is still open-source.

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Dmitry Jemerov
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