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Eclipse Web Tools Platform 3.2 - New and Noteworthy
JSF Tools now supports the configuration of a Dynamic Web Project as a JSF 2.0 project. The tool allows the user to download the following JSF 2.0 implementation libraries:
New HTML templates have been added to help in the creation
of Facelets XHTML pages.
The Web Page Editor (WPE) Source tab has been enhanced to support
editing XHTML files. The source editor for XHTML files has similar
features as are found in the source editor for JSF-JSP pages.
Following is a list of features added in this release to support
Content assist for Namespaces
Content Assist is available for library namespaces. Namespaces can be defined either explicitly through the Facelet taglib facility or implicitly by the detection of composites through the resource loading facility.
Content assist for Facelet tags and tag attributes
Content Assist is available for new tags and tag attributes in the JSF Facelets libraries
Content assist for EL expressions
Content assist proposal on an EL expression includes the new implicit variables
Content assist for Namespace
Content Assist for library namespaces includes composite components discovered through the resource loading facility, such as those defined under the sub-directories of a directory called "resources" in the web application root
Content assist for composite components tags
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