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Eclipse Plugin Tutorial

Though JRebel does not depend on any IDE or development tools in particular, (besides a compiler) it’s nice to have tight integration with your IDE. Enter – the JRebel Eclipse Plugin. Remember: as long as you overwrite your old class files with new ones, JRebel will reload your changes and cut down on time spent redeploying.

Please see the updated tutorial here.

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  • max

    where is “javarebel-struts2x-plugin-[versionnumber].jar” ?
    i can`t find that. answer plz

  • max

    where is “javarebel-struts2x-plugin-[versionnumber].jar” ?
    i can`t find that. answer plz

  • The Struts plugin is embedded into javarebel.jar so that there would not be too many JAR files to include. If you need a different version just place your version of the plugin to the classpath of your app.

  • The Struts plugin is embedded into javarebel.jar so that there would not be too many JAR files to include. If you need a different version just place your version of the plugin to the classpath of your app.

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  • Daniel Camargo

    I’m currently using Eclipe 3.5 and Maven2 in my JEE project.

    I wonder if it’s possible to configure the hotswapping deploying the project directly to Jboss 4.2.3 (I’m not using the eclipse server configuration).

  • Daniel Camargo

    I’m currently using Eclipe 3.5 and Maven2 in my JEE project.

    I wonder if it’s possible to configure the hotswapping deploying the project directly to Jboss 4.2.3 (I’m not using the eclipse server configuration).

  • @Daniel

    If you either have just linked (symlink or mklink) the deployable archive folder directory to JBoss you can skip the rebel.xml.

  • @Daniel

    If you either have just linked (symlink or mklink) the deployable archive folder directory to JBoss you can skip the rebel.xml.

  • epd

    Eclipse Plugin Development Tutorial website to teach you how to develop eclipse plugins using simple examples to a complex eclipse rcp over time.

    http://www.eclipsepluginsite.com/

  • epd

    Eclipse Plugin Development Tutorial website to teach you how to develop eclipse plugins using simple examples to a complex eclipse rcp over time.

    http://www.eclipsepluginsite.com/

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  • Wader2005

    how to download plugins for jrebel (eg. struts-plugin,sping-plugin)

  • Toomasr

    The plugins are bundled in the jrebel.jar file. You can enable/disable them with the -Drebel.xxx_plugin=false/true or use the GUI.

  • Toomasr

    The plugins are bundled in the jrebel.jar file. You can enable/disable them with the -Drebel.xxx_plugin=false/true or use the GUI.