[Red5devs] v0.6 RC2 update
hank777 at gmail.com
Fri Jan 19 09:35:47 EST 2007
I dont think I was clear.
currently, in order to write an app in red5, and debug/single step through
it, one must compile *all* of red5, not just your app. This is bad. If you
dont want to compile everything, you can just compile your own app, but you
then place it in the red5 structure in the appropriate directory, but you
cant debug it.
Typically one is able to just recompile ones own code, and install a jar or
jars that have the external libraries and you have full debugging ability.
This is the way I currently work with tomcat. I do not need to recompile
tomcat to build and debug my apps.
Hope this is clearer.
On 1/19/07, Michael Klishin <flash at novemberain.com> wrote:
> As long as Java is compiled language you can't debug it without
> If we have a chance to have scripting working again with JDK6, then, yes.
> If you mean no server recompilation, it has been an option even in
> 0.3. In case you mean "no need to restart server" after changes in
> application, well, it's possible even with Java but won't be an option
> for 0.6
> I just mean that we'll have new application structure discussed in
> wiki and that requires no configuration to have SOs and live streaming
> working. Just create application directory. The way FMS provides.
> On 19/01/07, John Grden <neoriley at gmail.com> wrote:
> > ummm, I'm but a humble pirate...them fancy words are wasted on the likes
> > me...
> > Michael? is that what that means?
> This was freedom. Losing all hope was freedom.
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