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Working with Tomcat and Maven

Postby Ninerian on Fri Jun 01, 2012 8:21 am

Hello,

at work, we develop java applications and are using Eclipse. As Frontenddev I would like to switch completely to Sublime, but its missing a feature of Eclipse, I cant work without it.
When developing, I had to build the project with maven and publish it to a tomcat server. Eclipse does this all automatically and also republish changed files.
I came so far, building the app with maven and publish it to tomcat with the maven-tomcat plugin. But with Tomcat 7 republishing isn't possible and changed files aren't copied to the working directory. So I have to leave Eclipse open and refresh its workspace everytime I changed files in Sublime.

Would it be possible to integrate this functionality into Sublime?
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Re: Working with Tomcat and Maven

Postby Francisc on Wed Nov 21, 2012 4:42 pm

I'd like to know as well.
Currently I have to alternate between IntelliJ and ST.
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Re: Working with Tomcat and Maven

Postby anise on Tue Jul 16, 2013 5:22 pm

Did you ever find a solution? I'm struggling with this exact same problem.
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Re: Working with Tomcat and Maven

Postby modipeluri on Thu Jan 09, 2014 10:25 am

I would also be interested in finding a solution.

The current workflow of swapping between Eclipse (or Spring tool suite) and Sublime text is pretty irritating.
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Re: Working with Tomcat and Maven

Postby Mishima01 on Mon Jan 26, 2015 11:36 am

True, but some people are forced to use windows but would still like to be able to do normal things like setting up a batch process that involves the usage of SublimeText. I have no choice but to use windows at work and often create dos batch scripts to help with repetitive tasks. Having good command line access to applications has saved me a lot of time and seriously reduced the risk of human error creeping into some daily tasks that I need to perform.
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