Eclipse Web Tooling Platform Contribution - LOMBOZ

NOTE: This initial contribution has been removed since it is out of date and no longer needed. Please obtain WTP builds from the project download page. Although the following guide is obsolete, you may still find it of use in evaluating the WTP builds. This guide will eventually be superceded by WTP tutorials.

1.0 Introduction

Welcome to Eteration's contribution to the Eclipse Web Tooling Platform (WTP), ObjectWeb Lomboz. The purpose of this document is to guide you through initial setup of the code including any prerequisites and a high level tour through each of the components which are being contributed for evaluation. Before starting, please take note of Section 5, The Terms and Conditions of this contribution. Eteration is a member of the ObjectWeb consortium, and Lomboz is an open source project hosted by ObjectWeb.

2.0 Getting Started

Here are the prerequisites you need to download and extract to your system:

Once you've unzipped/installed all of the above, download the and extract it. Unzip this SDK into the same location as the above SDKs. The zip extracts with 'eclipse' as the root directory.

Follow the setup instructions to complete the installation.

3.0 Lomboz Tutorial

Once the installation is complete. Walk through the lomboz evaluation tutorial for the components that you're interested in. Don't forget to provide feedback to us as described in Section 4.0.


4.0 Provide Feedback to Us

We encourage development/design feed back on the wtp-dev mailing list. You can subscribe to the list via this link.

For usage questions, discussion of bugs, and strange behaviour please post to the eclipse.webtools newsgroup. Information on the Web Tools Platform newsgroup can be found here.

5.0 Terms and Conditions

5.1 Licensing

Eteration's Eclipse WTP Contribution Lomboz (the Content) is distributed under the EPL and CPL. This applies to all files distributed under this contribution. All intellectual property remains under the ownership of Eteration A.S. and others as indicated in the contents of the with respective files where it applies.

The Content includes items that have been sourced from third parties as follows: JSP Parser is based on software developed by The Apache Software Foundation as part of the Jakarta project. The content in the com.objectlearn.jasper package and com\objectlearn\jdt\j2ee\ui\editor\partitioner\ is based on code in the org/apache/jasper/compiler package of Tomcat and is therefore Copyright (c) 1999 The Apache Software Foundation. All rights reserved. Your use of JSP Parser is subject to the terms and conditions of the Apache Software License 1.1. The content includes the following software in binary format included as is. These software can be downloaded from their own sites and subject to their licensing terms. From the Apache Software Foundation as part of the Jakarta project: Commons Libraries, Axis, Log4j Your use of these software is subject to the terms and conditions of the Apache Software License 1.1. And from sourceforge: XDoclet. Your use of xdoclet is subject to the terms and conditions of the BSD license.

5.1 Disclaimers

The Content is provided as is for evaluation purposes only. The Content can and will most likely change before appearing in the Eclipse CVS repository. The APIs and packages will be reworked once the contribution is accepted. The code has not been extensively tested and should be considered a snapshot in time of ongoing development.