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Re: [wtp-dev] Triggering hot-redeploy for dependency-type=consumes modules

Hi Fred,

I'm not familiar with what dependency-type=consumes implies for the project model - is it in another project, or out on the filesystem somewhere? If it's the later, server tools (as with the rest of Eclipse) doesn't monitor for changes in external files. If this is critical to you, there's probably a way to write your own listener or polling thread on the external files, but we'd have to discuss off-line the best way of poking the server to tell it there are changes.

Tim deBoer

From: Fred Bricon <fbricon@xxxxxxxxx>
To: wtp-dev@xxxxxxxxxxx
Date: 02/09/2009 06:46 PM
Subject: [wtp-dev] Triggering hot-redeploy for dependency-type=consumes        modules


I'm currently working on m2eclipse / WTP integration.
We're using, for certain projects, the dependency-type=consumes defined in org.eclipse.wst.common.component, in order to deploy non java resources of dependent modules to web projects.

Problem is, modifying a resource of such dependencies doesn't trigger the web project publishing to an associated server.
- Is this a bug? if so I'll file a report
- is this approach relevant?
- is there any way for me to achieve what I described on my own? i.e could you give me pointers on where to start (Implementing some listeners, notifers ...)?

thanks in advance,

Fred Bricon

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