JBoss Support in IDEA 4.0 ???

Is IDEA 4.0 going to provide inherent (and complete) support for current
(3.2.3) / future releases of the JBoss app server? Or will some
individual have to write a plugin in order that such support be realized?



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Mr. Java wrote:

Is IDEA 4.0 going to provide inherent (and complete) support for current
(3.2.3) / future releases of the JBoss app server? Or will some
individual have to write a plugin in order that such support be realized?


I wrote the first one, and am waiting to write the second just as soon
as all the J2EE stuff is stabilized. I know it has nothing to do with
the Open API being stable, because that part seems OK, but it's been
rough even working with Tomcat and web modules, that I haven't bothered
to attack it yet.

Sorry :-\

R

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Robert:

Thanks for the info. I was curious to know, in the first instance,
whether support for JBoss would be provided by JetBrains itself or by
some intrepid individual.

Robert S. Sfeir wrote:

Mr. Java wrote:

>> Is IDEA 4.0 going to provide inherent (and complete) support for
>> current (3.2.3) / future releases of the JBoss app server? Or will
>> some individual have to write a plugin in order that such support be
>> realized?


I wrote the first one, and am waiting to write the second just as soon
as all the J2EE stuff is stabilized. I know it has nothing to do with
the Open API being stable, because that part seems OK, but it's been
rough even working with Tomcat and web modules, that I haven't bothered
to attack it yet.

Sorry :-\

R


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Mr. Java wrote:

Robert:

Thanks for the info. I was curious to know, in the first instance,
whether support for JBoss would be provided by JetBrains itself or by
some intrepid individual.


I guess for the time being by the intrepid individual... me.

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Message Subject line says it (except to note that otherwise JBoss users
may well tend to gravitate to Eclipse, the "JBoss IDE")! In the
meantime, much thanks for your work Robert.

Robert S. Sfeir wrote:

Mr. Java wrote:

>> Robert:
>>
>> Thanks for the info. I was curious to know, in the first instance,
>> whether support for JBoss would be provided by JetBrains itself or by
>> some intrepid individual.


I guess for the time being by the intrepid individual... me.

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Mr. Java wrote:

Message Subject line says it (except to note that otherwise JBoss users
may well tend to gravitate to Eclipse, the "JBoss IDE")! In the
meantime, much thanks for your work Robert.


You're welcome but Eclipse has no JBoss support, doesn't even support
JSP last I checked, please don't tell me Lomboz is a good choice

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