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there doesn't seem to be getting the "48 Hour" response as advertised nor much traffic on this forum. Besides, the latest version of JFreeChart (released almost 6 months ago) does not seem to be compatible with the current version of cewolf
Cewolf developers - please let us know on the status of this project so that we can know what to expect.
We must apologise, there has been a small transition of developers on the project.
The project is very much still alive and active. Development is in the pipeline and we should be seeing some output soon.
Do you have an time estimate on when can we get a new cewolf version that works with the latest version of jfreechart ?
Once we get that version, I can perhaps contribute some of the bugfixes myself...Please let us know...
I've updated the head of cewolf to use the latest jfreechar 1.0.1. Have a check out from svn and build with maven - see build instructions too. This looks like working fine.
what is the branch that we need to take..?
there seems to be many...
or is it possible to post a beta version as a link on the download section, so that I can just get the latest source and build it
Just use the -so called- 'head', which is the trunk/cewolf and trunk/cewolfexample from the svn. I can not upload any beta myself, maybe Brian will do it for you.
Thanks. I did get the code I was able to compile it with the latest JFC code. I had a question about your setup for debugging code.
Lets say I have written a some jsp code with cewolf tags embedded in it. The chart also has a postprocessor defined for it. I want to be able to step through line by line in the debugger by simulating a request to my url. I am not sure what is the right approach. Here is what I am attempting to do - get the generated java file from tomcat, compile it with cewolf source code and then write a main function that calls the methods of the generated servlet.
Is there any other easy way that you guys use in your dev setup ?
The 'magic' word you're looking for is remote debugging. All Java IDE-s -netbeans/eclipse/idea- do support this, and able to debug your running tomcat, and step through the code. I personally use Eclipse and WTP (Web-Tools Project) which can start a tomcat from inside eclipse even in debug mode, and set breakpoints in my jsp or postprocessor (or any other java) code. This is completely transparent.
See here: http://www.eclipse.org/webtools/
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