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Liferay IDE 1.3 Released

Company Blogs 28 luglio 2011 Da Gregory Amerson Staff

Liferay IDE 1.3 Now Available to Download

A new stable release of Liferay IDE, version 1.3, is now available now on the stable update-site URL for existing Helios users here:

http://releases.liferay.com/tools/ide/eclipse/helios/stable/

If you already have Liferay IDE installed in Eclipse Helios you can check for updates to pull down the new release.  If you are has Eclipse Indigo installed, here is the stable update-site URL for Indigo:

http://releases.liferay.com/tools/ide/eclipse/indigo/stable/

The detailed installation guide for Liferay IDE can be found here.  However, it has not been updated with the latest URLs for installing 1.3 but you can use either of the URLs above depending on your Eclipse version.

http://www.liferay.com/documentation/liferay-portal/6.0/development/-/ai/installation

Liferay IDE 1.3 New and Noteworthy

Here are some of the important features that have been released for this release:

  • Eclipse Indigo support
  • Remote Liferay Server support for deployment, debugging, etc
  • New Service Builder Editor 
  • Vaadin projects now supported for 6.0.x SDKs
  • Required deployment context support (More info in upcoming blog)
  • Alloy Taglib support
  • Better support for Liferay Plugins SDK in workspace

I will be blogging more about each one of these new features in more detail in the days to come.  If you have any installation or upgrade issues please ask me over in the Liferay IDE forums

Good luck!

Commenti Autore Data
I would be interested in a more precise... Julien Lafont 30 luglio 2011 7.13
I'll be posting a followup blog on the remote... Gregory Amerson 30 luglio 2011 8.01
Gregory, How should be specified Runtime stub... Sergey Zakusov 31 luglio 2011 14.11
Hello Gregory, is it possible to configure the... Alex Weirig 2 agosto 2011 0.08
HI Gregory, I m using Jboss as AS. How shoud... H B 7 agosto 2011 9.09
Thanks for the update Greg. Wish to see lot of... Ahmed Hasan 8 agosto 2011 3.09
Hey H B You can set the runtime stub directory... Gregory Amerson 9 agosto 2011 16.46
Hi Alex, Right now only Tomcat 6 bundled with... Gregory Amerson 9 agosto 2011 18.06
Sergey, You can specify a runtime stub using a... Gregory Amerson 9 agosto 2011 19.21
Will there be a better Unit-Test Support in the... Steffen Schuler 22 agosto 2011 14.29
Testing support is one of the things we have... Gregory Amerson 22 agosto 2011 20.00
[...] I was having the same problem and I fixed... Anonimo 5 settembre 2011 6.45

I would be interested in a more precise description or a tutorial on the Remote Liferay Support feature !

It seems very interresting, bug i've no idea how to use it ...
Inviato il 30/07/11 7.13.
I'll be posting a followup blog on the remote Liferay server support however, this support will only be available in Liferay 6.1 which is not released yet. But I've added early support for it in the IDE.
Inviato il 30/07/11 8.01.
Gregory,

How should be specified Runtime stub directory for a remote server?
Inviato il 31/07/11 14.11.
Hello Gregory,

is it possible to configure the IDE to accept a Liferay 6.1.0 (trunk build) together with a Tomcat 7?

In the server configuration Tomcat 6 is always a requirement.

Thanks for the nice IDE and your support.

Alex
Inviato il 02/08/11 0.08.
HI Gregory,

I m using Jboss as AS. How shoud be set the Runtime stub directory?

Many thks for your help
Inviato il 07/08/11 9.09 in risposta a Alex Weirig.
Thanks for the update Greg. Wish to see lot of features added in this new release. Will try out and pass on feedback.
Inviato il 08/08/11 3.09.
Hey H B

You can set the runtime stub directory to a tomcat bundle. You don't have to use tomcat but I just need the libraries that are bundled inside of the Liferay tomcat bundle as the runtime stub.
Inviato il 09/08/11 16.46 in risposta a Ahmed Hasan.
Hi Alex,

Right now only Tomcat 6 bundled with Liferay 6.x is supported for starting tomcat locally.
Inviato il 09/08/11 18.06 in risposta a Gregory Amerson.
Sergey,

You can specify a runtime stub using a liferay tomcat bundle 6.0.x.
Inviato il 09/08/11 19.21 in risposta a Gregory Amerson.
Will there be a better Unit-Test Support in the future? It would be great to write tests without doing a lot of manual configuration. Especially when using service builder, I do not want to touch the generated (spring) configuration files and destroy something by accident. A default test setup would be really nice...
Inviato il 22/08/11 14.29.
Testing support is one of the things we have recently added to our roadmap for the IDE later in the year.
Inviato il 22/08/11 20.00.
[...] I was having the same problem and I fixed it by updating the Liferay IDE to 1.3 Mark as an Answer [...] Read More
Inviato il 05/09/11 6.45.