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This is the archived New & Noteworthy page that is also part of  4.1.0.Final

What's New in 4.1.0.CR1


Configurable Live Reload port

Now you can specify the port for the Live Reload server. To specify the port go to Menu > Preferences > Settings and enter the desired value into the "LiveReload Port" input field.

Configurable Live Reload port

Related JIRA: JBIDE-14361

Weinre UI enhancements

Now Weinre is more informative and user-friendly. There are several UI enhancements, such as progress monitor and address bar. Weinre can be opened via Menu > Debug > Weinre

Weinre UI enhancements

Related JIRA: JBIDE-14079

Forge Tools

New Embedded Forge 1 Runtime

The embedded runtime is now Forge 1.3.2.Final!


Forge 1 Eclipse-style Wizards

The 'Scaffold Entities' wizard now include options to overwrite existing files and force scaffold setup.


Experimental Forge 2 Support

The included runtime is now 2.0.0.Alpha6.

JST / JSF / HTML Editor

jQuery Mobile

jQuery Mobile Palette

HTML text formatting for code snippets inserted via the Palette view was improved. The Palette view now creates a formatted HTML code based on Eclipse preferences for text editors.


Related JIRA: JBIDE-14735

JSF 2.2

New JSF 2.2 Project Wizard

New JSF Project wizard now supports JSF 2.2:


Related JIRA: JBIDE-14865


JBoss Maven Integration

Source lookup improvements

The automatic source lookup feature is now capable of fixing bad source attachements, even for Maven enabled projects. If the attached source doesn’t exist (ex. you wiped out your maven local repository) or doesn’t contain the right source files, it will try to download the proper source. This is especially handy when working on PDE plugins, when PDE automatically attaches the binary jar as a source to itself, even when it doesn’t contain any sources.

Related JIRA: JBIDE-14990


Application Wizard

Creation log for all applications

When creating applications you want to know about the credentials that OpenShift initially set for you. This is especially helpful and required when you create a jenkins where you get it’s url and username/password presented. With CR1 we now present you what OpenShift did for you if there’s anything to be noticed for any type of application and/or cartridge.


Related JIRA: JBIDE-14945

Server Tools

Tomcat Servers found with Runtime Detection

Tomcat servers are now able to be found and created via JBossTools Runtime Detection. This means even if you restart in a new workspace, you’ll be able to use the runtime detection’s automatic scanning of filesystem paths to create your Tomcat server (or any slimmed-down Tomcat-based JBoss server) as soon as you fire up your new workspace.

Related JIRA: JBIDE-15066

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