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Re: [wtp-dev] Customization of IBM's WTP Web Projects

Bjorn Freeman-Benson,

I also have did not see any public statement that, "wtp-dev mailing list is for discussing developer issues of the WebTools Platform project(s)".  If this is indeed the case, the it should be posted as such at:  Otherwise your comments appear to me to be without foundation.  Even if you are correct, your answers to Mr Lipper are condescending at best, and unappreciated  by me as well. Please do not take the time out of your busy schedule to answer my add-on questions.

Mr. Lipper,
The wtp-dev mailing list is for discussing developer issues of the Web Tools
Platform project(s).  User level questions belong in the newsgroup.  Thank

Is it possible to change the default directories of an IBM 
WTP dynamic web project from their default values of 
"JavaSource" and "WebContent"? 
That'd be a "how to use" question.  A similar developer level question would
be "I've looked through the source code at classes X and Y, but cannot
figure out which of them is where I would change the code to change the
default directories.  Perhaps someone could give me a hint so that I could
contribute the code patch for this useful feature?"

Also, is there any documentation other than the HTML pages 
included in the download - e.g. there seems to be no built-in 
documentation of the IBM SDK itself?
That would also be a "how to use" question, eh?

Finally, if the IBM SDK does not allow customization of source code
layout: does the Lomboz distro? Or is the source in WTP's CVS 
stable enough for development?
Those two user level question could be easily answered by:
(a) You trying out, or reading the source code to, the ObjectWeb
contribution, and
(b) Reading yesterday's newsgroup posting wherein you will see that there is
no official WTP release yet.

Thanks for helping us with valuable contributions rather than just asking
for free support,

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