>[mailto:email@example.com]On Behalf Of Adam
>Sent: Thursday, December 22, 2005 3:33 PM
>To: Andrew Overholt
>Cc: Fedora Java Development List (E-mail)
>Subject: Re: [fedora-java] Eclipse and Tomcat
>I believe it's the Eclipse Webtools project (WTP), which is
>a few subprojects including what it calls Web Standard Tools (WST) and
>J2EE Standard Tools (JST).
>The 1.0 release (well, release candidate-until tomorrow they
>a few dependencies on later versions of EMF and I think JEM, but I'm
>pretty sure I was able to get 0.7.1 working on a stock Fedora Core 4,
>though with similar complications to what Daniel had (I'm away from my
>linux box for a couple weeks now, can't check). I think the problems
>were ownership of tomcat files and the fact that it wouldn't properly
>identify the tomcat installation directory because files were named
>different. Anyway, 1.0 will supposedly be out tomorrow (the 23rd of
>December), so it might be worthwhile working from there to
>package it up.
>Also, my previous reply:
Hope this helps,
> We really need to know what Eclipse plugin it is that is providing this
> "Dynamic Web Project" functionality. It is not part of the SDK or
> anything we ship so please tell us where we can get it.
I wanted to add that I am using WTP 0.7.1 or at least is appears
that way. It is quite possible that I downloaded this one and installed
this in the plugin directory, but I just dont recall that for sure.
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