VMware vFabric tc Server Integration for Eclipse
The VMware vFabric tc Server Integration for Eclipse adds server adaptors for the VMware vFabric tc Server to the Eclipse JEE tooling. It makes it easy to deploy apps, start, debug and stop your tc Server, create new instances with various configurations, all from within Eclipse.
It comes with Spring UAA (User Agent Analysis), an optional component that help us to collect some usage data. This is completely anonymous and helps us to understand better how the tooling is used and how to improve it in the future.
It also comes with the SpringSource Dashboard is an optional component, which brings you up-to-date information about SpringSource-related projects as well as an easy-to-use extension install to get additional tooling add-ons, like the famous Spring IDE or the Cloud Foundry Integration for Eclipse.
You can install the latest release of the vFabric tc Server Integration for Eclipse from the Eclipse Marketplace by looking for "tc Server". You can also install it manually from this update site:
You can install the latest milestone build of the vFabric tc Server Integration for Eclipse manually from this udpate site:
Installation (CI builds)
If you want to live on the leading egde, you can also install always up-to-date continuous integration buids from this update site:
But take care, those builds could be broken from time to time and might contain non-ship-ready features that might never appear in the milestone or release builds.
Questions and bug reports:
If you have a question that Google can't answer, the best way is to go to the forum:
There you can also ask questions and search for other people with related or similar problems (and solutions). New versions of the vFabric tc Server Integration for Eclipse (and other tooling that is brought to you by SpringSource) are announced there as well.
With regards to bug reports, please go to:
and choose the SERVER component when filing new issues.
Developing VMware vFabric tc Server Integration for Eclipse
Just clone the repo and import the projects into an Eclipse workspace. The easiest way to ensure that your target platform contains all the necessary dependencies, install a CI build into your target platform and proceed.
Building VMware vFabric tc Server Integration for Eclipse
The VMware vFabric tc Server Integration for Eclipse project uses Maven Tycho to do continuous integration builds and to produce p2 repos and update sites. To build the project yourself, you can execute:
mvn -Pe37 -Dmaven.test.skip=true clean install
Code of Conduct
This project adheres to the Contributor Covenant link:CODE_OF_CONDUCT.adoc[code of conduct]. By participating, you are expected to uphold this code. Please report unacceptable behavior to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Contributor License Agreement
Before we accept a non-trivial patch or pull request we will need you to sign the contributor's agreement. Signing the contributor's agreement does not grant anyone commit rights to the main repository, but it does mean that we can accept your contributions, and you will get an author credit if we do. Active contributors might be asked to join the core team, and given the ability to merge pull requests.