[OWASP-ESAPI] Updating to PDT 2.1

Andrew van der Stock vanderaj at owasp.org
Wed Aug 26 19:10:40 EDT 2009


Ooops - wrong mail list. it really is about the PHP project. I have no  
check in rights to the J2EE project anyways.

I think we have an answer as many folks use different IDEs to develop  
ESAPI for PHP - we're most likely going to remove the .project file  
and make it ignored.

thanks,
Andrew


On 26/08/2009, at 9:38 PM, Kevin W. Wall wrote:

> Andrew,
>
> Are you referring to only the .project file for the ESAPI PHP or would
> this affect the ESAPI Java .project file as well.
>
> I'm OK with it if it is only the ESAPI PHP.
>
> -kevin
>
> Andrew van der Stock wrote:
>> Hi folks,
>>
>> I'd like to make one final update to the project that probably should
>> have occurred before we all got going: upgrade to PDT 2.1 as the
>> development environment. I don't know (nor particularly care) about
>> what you use to develop ESAPI for PHP in, but I like to use the  
>> latest
>> and greatest at the beginning of the project, and leave that alone
>> until the project ships.
>>
>> To that end, do folks mind if I upgrade the .project file to use PDT?
>> The alternative is to leave it as is at the moment, and take
>> the .project file out of version control (set to ignore) so that it
>> doesn't get overwritten.
>>
>> I am using:
>>
>> Eclipse 3.5 for PHP (on MacOS X Cocoa)
>> This includes everything we need to develop here in one easy download
>>
>> Xdebug 2.0.5
>>
>> Subclipse 1.6
>>
>> SimpleTest 1.0.5 plugin
>>
>> If you do not have these components, testing and debugging can be  
>> more
>> complex than is truly necessary.
>>
>> I have a few VMs, I will try to upgrade one of them to PHP 5.3.0 so  
>> we
>> can test ESAPI on various 5.2.x flavors as well as 5.3.0.
>>
>> thanks,
>> Andrew
>>
>>
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>
>
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