The biggest reason we moved many of
these plugins to "wst" was because datatools, webservices, and
other compoents depend on many of these plugins.
I agree we should look at consolidating
some of these plugins moving forward if possible, but many of these already
have ui/jdt/emf dependencies that limit
the ability to collapse without creating
new dependencies downstream. (Feature level components).
Thanks - Chuck
Rational J2EE Tooling Team Lead
IBM Software Lab - Research Triangle Park, NC
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Craig Salter <csalter@xxxxxxxxxx> Sent by: wtp-dev-admin@xxxxxxxxxxx
11/10/2004 04:17 PM
Please respond to
[wtp-dev] common plugins
I noticed a lot of new plugins have been contributed to the 'common' component.
I know one of the goals of the WTP project was to minimize the number
of plugins we provide. Do you have any plans to consolidate some
of these plugins? Are there other teams that depend on these plugins
other than the J2EE tools?
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