[OSM-dev] OSM Applet
nickblack1 at gmail.com
Wed Oct 11 14:05:44 BST 2006
Mean to send this to the list:
Cheers. built successfully with runapplet.sh - after a couple of changes.
1) I had to create a directory:
2) I had to steal copy xml.jsp from someone's /home/ on dev as its not
in SVN anymore.
Is xml.jsp even needed anymore?
On 10/11/06, SteveC <steve at asklater.com> wrote:
> * @ 11/10/06 01:05:39 PM nickblack1 at gmail.com wrote:
> > Hello,
> > I've taking a look at the applet source code, and was hoping I could
> > get a couple of tips from anyone who has worked on it, or anyone who
> > has worked on applets before.
> > Using Eclipse as an IDE, there are some immediate problems. For
> > example, when running the applet within eclipse, there are problems
> > associated with Applets use of classes like:
> > org.apache.commons.httpclient.UsernamePasswordCredentials
> > that interact with apache, and classes like, JSObject that talk to java script.
> > I can get it running in a pretty hacky way - At the moment I am
> > changing variables like userName, to "myusername" to test the app. Is
> > this a sensible way to test and debug? It seems ok for looking at
> no, see runappllet.sh
> > some aspects of the applet, but what happens when I need to look at
> > the connection to apache - is there some form of emulator/plugin for
> > eclipse (or another IDE) that can deal with these connections?
> don't know
> > I'd be interested to hear how anyone has gone about running the applet
> > for development - even if the answer is "i dont use an IDE" - in this
> you guessed it :-)
> > case, how do you log errors, or replicate step-into's, break points
> > etc? I genreally prefer working in vim to Eclipse or other IDEs, but
> > debugging a java program seems a lot more complex than degbugging
> > ruby?
> Syetem.out.println();'s everywhere or the processing provided equiv.
> Erm the other thing is to make sure ant is building it...
> have fun,
> SteveC steve at asklater.com http://www.asklater.com/steve/
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