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Simplify developer setup using Cometd from Git #73

vinomaster opened this Issue May 24, 2011 · 7 comments


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vinomaster commented May 24, 2011

We need to simplify our developer setup a bit. Instead of using a bash script to fetch a cometd stable release to get the JS out of it for our JS builds, we can ref a tagged version on github as a submodule and let git pull down the release.



rbackhouse commented Jul 18, 2011

The setup_js.sh script currently wraps the cometd javascript with an AMD wrapper. We would still have to do this even if we grab the code from a git submodule.


rbackhouse commented Mar 16, 2012

There is a bug opened to make the cometd javascript AMD compliant


When this is complete we can remove the code wrappering.


vinomaster commented Mar 21, 2012

A decision has been made to offer our patch to the CometD team using the conversation in issue http://bugs.cometd.org/browse/COMETD-336

We will remove this issue from our current milestone plan and address it once we have a decision from the CometD team.


rbackhouse commented Mar 28, 2012

I have created a pull request for adding AMD support to cometd



rbackhouse commented Mar 29, 2012

I should add that if/when these changes are available we will have to make a small adoption in "coweb/session/bayeux/cometd.js :

], function(xhr, cometd, AckExtension) {

c.registerExtension('ack', new AckExtension());

org/cometd/AckExtension is now its own separate module


ccotter commented Oct 12, 2012

With #189, we have upgraded to use cometd 2.5 with AMD support, thus simplifying the maven build process for coweb-javascript. I'll see what else needs to be done to close this issue.

@ccotter ccotter added a commit that referenced this issue Oct 12, 2012

@ccotter ccotter Cleanup of /js and update one last version to 0.8.4-SNAPSHOT
servers/java/coweb-admin/admin-ejb/pom.xml needed a version to be

For #73 and in anticipation of new python enhancements #203, I have
removed js/lib since the JS code now lives in
servers/java/coweb-javascript. Other outdated scripts have been removed
and I did some other general house cleaning.

ccotter commented Oct 12, 2012

As far as I can tell, setup_js.sh is no longer needed (it certainly isn't being used at this time). With the new python enhancements, we can get rid of a lot of the files in /js. I believe we can close this issue.

@ccotter ccotter closed this Oct 12, 2012

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