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JMaki for eclipse

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erwink
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Hi,
Is there JMaki plugin for eclipse IDE?

Thank's
Erwin Karbasi

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ludo
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Now there is a jMaki plugin for Eclipse:
See https://ajax.dev.java.net/eclipse/

Ludo

gmurray71
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Hi Erwin,

There is not a plugin as of yet. We would be more than happy to assist anyone atempting to create one.

We really have put a great deal of effort into creating a well integrated Netbeans plugin and we make an extra effort to make sure it is always in sync with the latest releases.

It's well worth taking to the time to download Netbeans and giving it a try.

-Greg

jeremyspouken
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Having a plugin would be cool but you can still add the JMaki components to any application in Eclipse. I'm currently using the latest version .4 and it works with out any problems.

Just add the ajax-wrapper-comp.jar to your build path, add the resources folder to your WEBROOT. If you want to use the available example widgets add the WEB-INF\lib jars to your build path as well.

[b]Note:[/b] If you want to use the available frameworks in the resources/libs folder just remove the servlet mapping to /resources/libs from the web.xml file if not you will need to have the framework jar files in your build path in order for the examples to work.

erwink
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Thank's All!