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Recently I played around a little with Tycho because we evaluated it for the use in the RTP project. As a test case, I decided to try to build a RAP application with Tycho. With building I mean compiling and packaging the artifacts into a WAR file in order to deploy them on a Tomcat or another Servlet Container. I have to say that I'm really impressed with...

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Finally the voting process for this years Google Summer of Code is over and they announced the accepted students. I'm really happy that so many interesting proposals got trough and really looking forward to see the outcome of all the student projects. Here is the full list of the proposals that got accepted for 2010. Improve Eclipse Git integration Student: Dariusz Luksza Mentor(s): Matthias Sohn WAR deployment for RAP/Equinox based...

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Today I want to talk about one of the younger members in the Eclipse family: Jetty. It is great to have such an interesting project on board and it is yet another example of how Eclipse has become more than just an IDE. What I wanted to with jetty was to create an executable, standalone and self-contained WAR. I first encountered this concept in Hudson. The...

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In the past I have said some unkind words about about maven's pom.xml format. My aversion to xml heavy configuration has drawn me to more lightweight approaches to build systems, like gradle for example. At the same time, I was intrigued: if a tool like maven is seeing such a widespread use despite its cumbersome format, there must something to make up for it. My...

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