Rob Spoor wrote:Spring can do JSTL + CSS as well, and it can definitely do MVC; there's a module called "spring-webmvc" after all. However, to get JSP + JSTL working you need to do some configuration. The default is Thymeleaf, and with it you can do just about the same as with JSP + JSTL but in a slightly different way. CSS is really easy to get working; just put it in src/main/resources/static or src/main/resources/public, as everything in those folders is directly accessible as static content relative to the context path (so src/main/resources/static/style.css is available as http://localhost:8080/style.css out-of-the-box, as there is no context path out-of-the-box).
Tim Holloway wrote:Back to the original topic:
You can collapse a project down to its bare minimum with a single "clean" command, ship it around the world, and rebuild the whole thing somewhere else with only the Java compiler and Maven itself for pre-supplied resources.
Personally, I've had Gradle projects break on me. Maven is more solid, which is another reason I prefer Maven.
Campbell Ritchie wrote:You mean, set the options for each project? If so, yes.
Campbell Ritchie wrote:How have you set your PATH environment variable?
Rob Spoor wrote:
Tim Holloway wrote:I could swear that that display says that Tomcat is talking to itself.
That's what it looks like to me to. In fact, the first 6 entries are all pairs of two, including the expressvpnd entries.
Ron McLeod wrote:
Norm Radder wrote:How do you get that display shown in the image you posted?
Looks like a netstat-like view using CurrPorts.
Either that or TcpView.