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Re: [wtp-dev] Using the built-in Jetty plug-in of Eclipse

Hi Gautham,

The Jetty plugin is not part of WTP. We get it from the Eclipse platform, which in turn packages it from the Orbit project. The two teams that have been the most involved with Jetty and may be able to help you are the Equinox and Platform Help teams.

Tim deBoer

From: "Gautham Pai" <buzypi@xxxxxxxxx>
To: wtp-dev@xxxxxxxxxxx
Date: 10/22/2007 08:14 AM
Subject: [wtp-dev] Using the built-in Jetty plug-in of Eclipse


I am the person behind the Eclifox project that is currently in IBM alphaWorks. Eclifox is an Eclipse plug-in that helps to perform remote interaction with the Eclipse IDE using the Firefox browser.

Eclifox makes use of a Jetty server to perform interactions with the browser. Right now we ask the users to add the Jetty jars manually.

We intend to use the built-in Jetty plug-in of Eclipse to start off a server from within a plug-in. What plug-in dependencies do I need to add and what extension-point if any do I need to use?

Is there some plug-in that has done this already?

Gautham Pai B,
India Software Lab, IBM
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