By schmidtm on Mrz 31, 2008
I'm back from my Easter-vacation and just stunned about the feedback I've got for this blog.
Thanks so much to all of you!
I haven't figured out whether and how i could answer to individual comments, but i guess this isn't possible.
So here some answers and hints:
1. UNC path, @ChinaBoy:
This issue was once tracked by us here:
Dialog-box after creating a new Grails-project
After some testing I considered it fixed. Obviously it isn't. I'll look into it asap.
2. Netbeans 6.1 Beta or Development build, @Stefan:
Please take a look here:
There you can find the always up-to-date NBM's from our continous-integration system.
Take the 6 modules prefixed "org-netbeans-modules-groovy\*":org-netbeans-modules-groovy-support.nbm
3. Stop App on Windows, @JS:
"stop application doesn't work"
That's right, this is an issue (only) under Windows since there is not the concept of process-groups under Windows.
Details can be found here:
Stop Application does not work anymore
I'm already working on a fix for this, so expect some relieve within the next one or two weeks.
"although the contextual menu is great, wouldn't it be great to have a small toolbar with 5 buttons (new [domain, controller, view, taglib, service]) and their keyboard shortcut?"
This is a great idea. I've created an issue to track this:
Thanks for your input!
"integration with servers inside the IDE: right-click on a grails project -> deploy to -> GFv3/JBoss/Tomcat"
This is definitely on our wish-list, but don't expect something in this area in the short-term.
4. CodeCompletion documentation, @baijianhua:
Hi - I feel really sorry to forget to mention that you have to have:
- JavaDoc enabled for the JDK: Tools/Java Platforms/J2SE "Javadoc"
- The "original" directory-layout from the groovy-docs-\* download-file unpacked right below the $GROOVY_HOME setting provided under Tools/Options/Groovy. For example if your groovy system is here:
you need to have:
This is hardcoded at the moment which is bad for several reasons, I know. This might be better placed in the customizer dialog, right after the $GROOVY_HOME setting itself. What about that?