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Re: [wtp-dev] Lomboz doco/confusion

Thanks for the feedback. Just to clarify, the exercise isn't exactly to pick one or the other, but see the charms of each (or not so charming things). For example, while IBM's project structure is "easy to use" and get running with Tomcat ... its the only project structure there is! There's other servers, and some clients with pre-existing projects that require more flexibility, even if it means re-deploying to run. So, these are definitely the issues we like to hear about, and I'm sure will be having many discussions about how to trade-off various aspects of each.  Thanks again.

"Jeff Broberg" <jeff@xxxxxxxxxx>
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07/27/2004 07:51 PM

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[wtp-dev] Lomboz doco/confusion

Having gone through the IBM contribution, tutorial etc, I was pretty happy.  Then I decided to try out Lomboz.  Needless to say, I am not as impressed or excited.  The doco is extremely confusing, and I am unclear as to the true advantage of the contribution.  It would appear that just using the IBM pluggins allow me to easily create web applications that are dynamically loaded into Tomcat, etc.  But Lomboz moves the other direction and forces ( or the doc seems to indicate ) me to do a redeploy after each change.  Also, why doesnt Lomboz use the new Browser view for debugging, etc.  
Please let me know if I have misinterpreted the intent of Lomboz, but it seems like a step backwards.
P.S.  Is there an easy way to de-install the Lomboz pluggins, or do I just remove the dirs ?

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