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  • better refactoring tool?

    I am doing a Spring + Hibernate web app. I use Eclipse3.1. I find that
    refactoring in Eclipse for a Spring app is painful. Give you
    an example, if I have a persistent class and I rename its name,
    I have to go to .hbm.xml to manually change the class name.
    I also have to manually change its class name in the application
    context file if it is used as a form command object.
    Each time I change a bean's name in the Spring's application
    context, I have to find all the occurences of the bean's name
    in one or more context files.

    Is Spring-IDE a tool with better refactoring support?

    Thanks, Pete

  • #2
    Re: better refactoring tool?

    Originally posted by pjydc
    Is Spring-IDE a tool with better refactoring support?
    David Watkins already implemented refactoring support for Spring IDE 1.0.3 (http://springui-ext.sourceforge.net/). This has to be migrated to Spring IDE 1.1.1.

    Cheers,
    Torsten

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    • #3
      Torsten,

      Thanks very much for your input. I went to http://springide.org/updatesite/ and find that 1.1.0 zip file is much
      larger than the 1.1.1 zip file. Does it mean that by installing 1.1.0 I can have more functionality? which version should I use?

      Thanks again!
      Pete

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      • #4
        Pete,

        please install version 1.1.1 from the update site. Unfortunatly we forgot to include the documentation into the 1.1.1 release. That's why the zip is smaller.

        Greetings
        Chrstian

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        • #5
          try use
          update fully qualified name in non-java files
          in refactor-rename dialog

          regards

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