RunJettyRun version 1.0.1 released

There were a couple of bug reports that were solved for this second release of RunJettyRun. Unfortunately, I messed up the first release, and you can’t just update the plugin. If you want to install this, you’ll have to manually deinstall the 1.0.0 version and install 1.0.1. Next time, automatic updates should be working ok.

See http://code.google.com/p/run-jetty-run/ for instructions and the change log.

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6 thoughts on “RunJettyRun version 1.0.1 released

  1. krist says:

    hi, i just tried to run jetty with your plugin but i keep getting this exception:

    Exception in thread "main" java.lang.NoSuchMethodError: org.mortbay.jetty.Server.addConnector(Lorg/mortbay/jetty/Connector;)V
    at runjettyrun.Bootstrap.main(Bootstrap.java:63)

    run jetty run points to a directory with a WEB-INF directory that has a simple web.xml (running latest eclipse 3.3.1.1)

    any ideas?

  2. I don’t know. Haven’t seen it myself. Could you file an issue at the site? Cheers.

  3. mshillinger says:

    Had the same issue. In the launcher config classpath, I moved the jetty libs above my project and this solved the problem. I had an older version of jetty in my classpath (for running unit tests).

  4. mlavannis says:

    Moving the jetty libs above my project in the launcher config classpath resolved my problem too (thanks mshillinger!)

  5. Stephan says:

    is it possible to use jetty without your plugin in eclipse using eclipse’s own capabilities? I know that for example WebSphere can be configured in Servers view. Is there a way to use what eclipse already provides in terms of starting / stopping servers with Jetty?

    • I think those are the capabilities of web tools, which are a collection of plugins themselves. From what I understand, you can already configure Jetty as a server with web tools, so there wouldn’t be a need to develop this again.

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