A sample pastebin built using the Apache Wicket java web framework
Java CSS JavaScript HTML VimL Python
Latest commit d82945e Feb 17, 2016 @kinabalu Merge pull request #15 from DevFactory/release/remove-useless-parenth…
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Useless parentheses around expressions should be removed to prevent any misunderstanding
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applescript-plugin
eclipse-plugin
idea-plugin
netbeans-plugin
vim-plugin
web
.gitignore
LICENSE.txt
README.md
change_abuse.py
create_indexed_list.py
create_numeric_index.py
migrate_to_mongo.py
pom.xml

README.md

Overview

This pastebin was built using Apache Wicket. The original code was built by several folks as a tutorial for learning Wicket named 5 Days of Wicket. There's a link in the navigation to the source code which you can peruse at your leisure.

The idea of a pastebin is simple, copy all or a fragment of code you need help with into the content box on the page. Select which language the code is in for nice syntax highlighting provided by the SyntaxHighlighter JavaScript library. You will receive a small URL to paste into an email, IRC, mailing list, or instant message to receive help on your issue.

We have plugins for 4 different development environments so you can paste directly from the editor.

Environment Configuration

The Mystic bits

Mystic Paste is setup with Maven so to build a war, just type

mvn package -Dmaven.test.skip=true

Pull it into any IDE and find the Start.java in web/src/test/java/com/mysticcoders

Execute the main and you should have a pastebin running.

Deploying

Deployment should be as simple as adding your own filters-DEV.properties and then typing :

mvn package -Dmaven.test.skip=true -PDEV