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Changes to develop and debug in Eclipse 4.4 PDE
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README.md

wolips

Fork of wonder/wolips with changes to develop and debug in Eclipse 4.4 PDE

Installation of WOLips to develop under Eclipse 4.4

Prepare eclipse:

1) Use an extra Eclipse installation to develop and debug WOLips, e.g “Eclipse IDE for Eclipse Committers 4.4.1”

2) Be sure to use Java 1.7 or higher

3) If not already contained in the Eclipse package: m2e : Plugin for Maven - http://download.eclipse.org/technology/m2e/releases/ Click the checkbox to the left of "Maven Integration for Eclipse"

4) Google Mechanic - http://workspacemechanic.eclipselabs.org.codespot.com/git.update/mechanic/

5) Usefull: JRebel - http://www.zeroturnaround.com/update-site

6) Usefull: Install JProfile in the new eclipse installation

Prepare WOLips source folder

1) clone https://github.com/swklein/wolips/ to your desktop or fork it in your own repository an clone that

2) If you don't have JRebel installed: Open ../wolips/build.xml and comment all occurrences of “jrebel”

3) If you don't have JProfile installed: Open ../wolips/build.xml and comment all occurrences of “jprofile”

4) Open terminal in WOLips root folder and run ant -Dbuild.version=4.4.0

Prepare workspace:

1) Open eclipse and create a new workspace, e.g. WOLips

2) Create WO_HOME classpath variable under eclipse → Preference → Java → Build Path → Classpath Variabels: eg.: WO_HOME /Library/WebObjects/lib

3) Import woenviroment project

  • Import → General → Existing Projects into Workspace
  • Select ./woenviroment

4) Import wolips projects

  • Import → General → Existing Projects into Workspace
  • Select ./wolips
  • Deselect following entries: EntityModeler eomodeldoc veogen In the case you have not installed JRebel deselect as well ...jrebel and ...jrebel.feature In the case you have not installed JProfile deselect as well ...jprofile.launching and ...jprofil.feature

5) Depending on the Google Mechanic version you had to close org.objetstyle.wolips.mechanic

Debug WOLips

1) Open Debug Configurations Dialog

2) Select Eclipse Application and press new

3) Change Execution environment to Java 1.7 Press Debug

4) In the new instance select your preferred project(s) and start testing and enhancing WOLips

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