Directory Organization Strategies?

Just as we aligned our development directories and Ant build.xml to work well with 3.0.5, 4.0 comes along and completely blows it up. We have a setup right now where we work directly on the web apps directory which is nice for instant re-compiles. But it looks like 4.0 is designed to have JSP files and other source created in one place and then moved via the build process to either a war file or a blown-up directory (which I suppose could be made to work similarly to how we currently do it).

How are people who've been using the EAP organizing their directories to take advantage of the modules and the web support?

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I still work the way you describe. I develop within my separate tomcat
webapps. The new version works very well with it.

In fact, I am starting to play with TC5 and I have it deploy there. I get
to have my cake and eat it too.

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Norris Shelton
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Just as we aligned our development directories and Ant build.xml to work

well with 3.0.5, 4.0 comes along and completely blows it up. We have a setup
right now where we work directly on the web apps directory which is nice for
instant re-compiles. But it looks like 4.0 is designed to have JSP files and
other source created in one place and then moved via the build process to
either a war file or a blown-up directory (which I suppose could be made to
work similarly to how we currently do it).
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How are people who've been using the EAP organizing their directories to

take advantage of the modules and the web support?


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