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I see that plugins have been developed for eclipse for certain things, like struts. When new patterns emerge, like JSF, will we simply see plugin support-or will the eclipse IDE handle them?

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JSF Support is comming via plugin support.

Just FYI: virtually all Eclipse functionality is delivered by plugins. Some plugins are 'standard' in the download and some are not. I'd expect that the webtools project will have JSF support.

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Thats interesting, I was unaware of the full role(s) that the plugin plays for Eclipse. In a way that is good, since it can decouple the core engine from the other functionality. Very cool project.

Thanks for you comments!
 
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