Sorry for the delay in replying. There
were several issues here that existed in 0.7 but weren't exposed until
.deployables was removed and the servers had to handle their own publishing
and delta calculations. I've fixed a number of bugs in this area for RC2,
including 112363 (see comments in the bug). There is still one known blocking
issue that we're investigating (119769 - modification changes not detected
for non-Java resources in Java output) but we've done a lot of testing,
and initial feedback on a couple of the fixes has been good. I'm sorry
to hear that you've started using MyEclipse, and I'd apprecaite it if you
can still provide feedback on RC2 or 1.0 and give us another chance.
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12/02/2005 02:25 PM
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Re: [wtp-dev] Why Do I Need
to Explicitly Publish for Tomcat To Pick Up
On 12/2/05, Arthur Ryman <ryman@xxxxxxxxxx>
> I assume that the removal of .deployables has changed the behavior
> adapters. Back in 0.7, could edit a JSP and the refresh my browser
> the change. Now I need to click Publish first. This is more awkward.
> change? Is there a way to set up an "auto publish" behavior?
> Arthur Ryman,
> IBM Software Group, Rational Division
I've been complaining about this one awhile, and its actually forced
me off WTP onto MyEclipse. Tim told me it would be looked at for
but its getting pretty late in the game now...
You can set up some auto-publish behavior in the tomcat server config
window, but it never really worked right in builds I tried it in.
Here's the bug:
- Rob Sanheim
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