Demetra - Fabrique?

Will contain Demetra contain the Fabrique successor or will it become a
plug-in to Demetra?

Tom

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No statement from Jetbrains? I've tried SUN's Java Studio Creator 2 and
liked it, but I really missed Fabrique's very cool Business Object Model.

Tom

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You'd better ask in J2EE newsgroup, cause they know the relations of current J2EE plans with what was planned for Fabrique better.

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Hello Tom,

T> Will contain Demetra contain the Fabrique successor or will it become
T> a plug-in to Demetra?

In fact, we do not plan to develop any "Fabrique successor". The planned
Java EE support functionality is listed in the Demetra roadmap, and the features
already implemented in the first EAP build are listed in the "What's new"
page. Some of the new features (in particular, the XHTML/JSF designer) reuse
a lot of code from Fabrique. However, we do not plan to support the Fabrique
framework in Demetra, or to implement any other similar framework.

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Dmitry Jemerov
Software Developer
JetBrains, Inc.
http://www.jetbrains.com
"Develop with pleasure!"


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Dmitry Jemerov (JetBrains) wrote on 08/02/06 23:27:

"What's new" page. Some of the new features (in particular, the
XHTML/JSF designer) reuse a lot of code from Fabrique. However, we do


Will the GUI XHTML editor be highly tied directly to JSF at all? Or
open enough that it could be possible to reuse it in say a wicket or
tapestry plugin?

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Hello Mark,

>> "What's new" page. Some of the new features (in particular, the
>> XHTML/JSF designer) reuse a lot of code from Fabrique. However, we do
>>
MD> Will the GUI XHTML editor be highly tied directly to JSF at all? Or
MD> open enough that it could be possible to reuse it in say a wicket or
MD> tapestry plugin?

It's not really tied to JSF. It can be used for editing plain (X)HTML files
as well, and as far as I understand, it will have an extensive OpenAPI that
will allow to add custom design-time support for other frameworks.

--
Dmitry Jemerov
Software Developer
JetBrains, Inc.
http://www.jetbrains.com
"Develop with pleasure!"


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