where to get prettyfaces source code to build?

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  • #18083

    xuzhike
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    Hi,

    I pulled the prettyfaces code from https://github.com/ocpsoft/prettyfaces, but found the source not

    same as prettyfaces-jsf2-3.3.2-sources.jar

    at least, there is no the java file:

    com.ocpsoft.pretty.PrettyFilter

    so where can I checkout/pull that code for reference?

    BTW, is that code in git to replace current prettyfaces?

    thx a lot

    #21675

    Sorry for the delayed response. I was travelling the whole week and didn’t find any time to have a deeper look at my inbox! :)

    We are currently working on PrettyFaces 4.0 which is developed in the current “master” branch. Yes, this version (4.0 in the “master” branch) will replace the old one. The old PrettyFaces 3.x code can be found in the “3.x” branch. We are doing the maintenance releases for 3.x from this branch.

    Christian

    #21676

    xuzhike
    Participant

    HI, Christian,

    per checking PF4.0 code, seems the structure is different from V3.x, at least, no com.ocpsoft.pretty.PrettyFilter.

    so is it easy to migrate my app from 3.x to 4.x?

    is there any guide about the difference between 3.x and 4.x? for example, design change?

    etc.

    thx a lot

    Regards/Zhike

    #21677

    Hi Xuzhlke,

    There is currently no migration guide because PrettyFaces 4 is still unfinished; however, you should currently experience no difference when migrating from 3.3.2 to 4.0.0-SNAPSHOT

    ~Lincoln

    #21678

    Lincoln is right. You shouldn’t see any difference from the user perspective.

    The PrettyFilter class has been removed. PrettyFaces 4.0 is based on the new Rewrite project which implements everything (and much more) that was previously done in PrettyFilter.

    Is there any specific reason you are looking for PrettyFilter?

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