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    Cool!

    Yeah, lots of good ideas there. I will keep these "feature requests" so we could get that into the plugin. I appreciate any help I could get. I haven't built any maven plugin myself before, but it seems fairly easy to do actually.

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    I also need to keep in mind that at the end of all of this I want to create a WAR that contains only the web resources that it needs. (index.html, ext.js, app-all.js, minimum required framework css/images). Not sure if that would be in the scope of the plugin or not but it sure adds to the complexity of all of it.

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    Forgot one.

    Ability to run JSDuck against the development source and start jetty to run it. (This one I do have working already)

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    That's all doable with the resources and war plugins, so I'd say don't worry about it here.

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    Yea I agree but the compiled output from our plugin execution would need to be consumed by the maven war plugin, so an example would be nice.

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    As long as you can specify where the compiled output for the app goes (most likely under /target), you can just include it in the WAR using that path. But sure, examples are always good heh.

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    Yeah, my first thought about this plugin would be that it also created the war file with just the needed files. Right now I have achieved this with the war plugin yes, but it would be awesome if all of it would be 1-click-go if you know what I mean. So yeah. We should create a google group or something regarding this plugin, so we had a "collective forum" to discuss all of this matters.

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    Default Is this GitHub project relevant?

    I haven't used it myself and the last update was 8 months ago but here's code for a Maven plugin that builds ExtJS 4.x projects.

    https://github.com/ffrr/extjs-maven-plugin

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    Yeah it's relevant, but I didnt actually get it to work properly, and I'm struggling with the code :P
    But yeah, is always something to base the code on.

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