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    • Type: Improvement Improvement
    • Status: Resolved
    • Priority: Trivial Trivial
    • Resolution: Invalid
    • Affects Version/s: 4.0
    • Fix Version/s: 4.1.1
    • Component/s: Framework
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      Description

      Because Spindle is not yet up to speed with Tapestry 4.0, if we configure the Eclipse Web tools project to support the Tapestry 4.0 DTDs, then we can use it as an editor. but it seems that the extension, page is not supported, but if we could change the extension to .page.xml then it would be recognized both by Tapestry and by the Web tools project. Unless I'm missing something in configuring the Web tools project.

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        TOTH, Csaba added a comment -

        You don't need to change the extension of the page files.
        The Web tools in the Eclipse can manage *.page files, but you need enable this feature first manually.

        In the Eclipse go "Window/Preferences..." menu, than the "General/Content Types" item.
        Click the "Text/XML" item and here you can add the "*.page" filter to the list.

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        TOTH, Csaba added a comment - You don't need to change the extension of the page files. The Web tools in the Eclipse can manage *.page files, but you need enable this feature first manually. In the Eclipse go "Window/Preferences..." menu, than the "General/Content Types" item. Click the "Text/XML" item and here you can add the "*.page" filter to the list.
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        Brian K. Wallace added a comment -

        Configuration of the IDE will resolve this issue - not an issue with Tapestry.

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        Brian K. Wallace added a comment - Configuration of the IDE will resolve this issue - not an issue with Tapestry.

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          • Assignee:
            Brian K. Wallace
            Reporter:
            Adam Greene
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