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Task Tags in JSP files are not listed in Tasks tab [message #224493] Thu, 27 November 2008 04:37 Go to next message
Taro App is currently offline Taro App
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Registered: July 2009
Junior Member
I installed Eclipse 3.4.1 (WTP 3.0.2?) and task tags such as TODO in JSP
files are not scanned anymore. It worked in Eclipse 3.2.2 (WTP 1.5.4?)
I tried checking "Enable searching for Task Tags" in both Project
Properties > Task Tags, and Window > Preference > General > Editors >
Structured Text Editors, and tried rebuilding my project, TODO's in JSP
files are not listed in Tasks tab.

Do I need more settings?
Re: Task Tags in JSP files are not listed in Tasks tab [message #224500 is a reply to message #224493] Thu, 27 November 2008 05:20 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Taro App is currently offline Taro App
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Registered: July 2009
Junior Member
I found the problem. Task tags are processed differently now.
Previously, task tags are scanned in JSP scriplets comments, but now task
tags are only scanned inside HTML comments:

<%
// TODO item1
/* TODO item2 */
%>
<!-- TODO item3 -->

Eclipse 3.2.2 (WTP 1.5.4?) -> item1 & item2 are recognized as tasks
Eclipse 3.4.1 (WTP 3.0.2?) -> only item3 is recognized as a task

All my TODO's were inside scriptlet comments, so they were not listed in
Tasks tab. So, my question is, is this a bug? or can this be changed by
settings?
Re: Task Tags in JSP files are not listed in Tasks tab [message #224507 is a reply to message #224500] Thu, 27 November 2008 05:45 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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Assuming it a bug, I logged bug#256753.
[Ganymede] J2EE Module Dependencies [message #224513 is a reply to message #224507] Thu, 27 November 2008 06:16 Go to previous message
Eclipse User
Originally posted by: henning.bredel.gmx.de

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I recognized that third party libraries of an external=20
project (declared as a J2EE Module Dependency each) are
not recognized when running a web application in eclipse
Ganymede. (libs are marked as exported as well)

In Europa I had to declare an external project as a J2EE
Module Dependency (plus used 3rd party libs) intending to
let the webapplication know and run the external project=20
code. That worked, but Ganymede doesn't get the path to
the runtime libraries used (classes folder is recognized).

Is this a known issue, bug or is there another way to let
a webapplication run code of another project??

Thx and kind regards

Henning

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