NOTE: WebObjects 5.2.3 is NOT supported in Tiger!!
Support, shummort, who needs support? 🙂 Here are my notes:
Update: WebObjects 5.2.4 is now out, bringing Tiger support (spotted by Art Isbell on the webobjects-dev list).
- After installing Tiger and Xcode 2.0, install WebObjects 5.2 followed by the 5.2.2 and 5.2.3 updates (available here). Update: WebObjects 5.2.4 is a combined update, there is no need to apply the 5.2.2 – 5.2.3 updates first.
- EOModeler will not generate Java classes for you without crashing, use EOGenerator. Update: Fixed in WebObjects 5.2.4.
- WOLips/Eclipse work fine in Tiger, but the PrivateFramework hack for WO tools integration now longer works – in fact it is dangerous. That’s OK though, it’s not really needed. See this post.
- The CoreData tools in Xcode conflict with the /Library/Application Support/Apple/Developer Tools/Plug-ins/WOAssistant.pbplugin. Remove it if you want to play with CoreData. Update: Fixed in WebObjects 5.2.4.
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5.2.4 is out!
I just finished updating. All seems to be good. Eclipse/WOlips is working fine as far as I can tell…
How did you get eogenerator to work? For me it produces an error :
this class is not key value coding-compliant for the key @sortedNameArray
Hmm, it looks like the WO 5.2.4 update broke EOGenerator… That’s not fair!
I understand that Rubicode is aware of the problem and is working on a fix.
Hm, I uninstalled and reinstalled the tools THREE TIMES, but still EOModeler crashed upon startup.
Anyone else with this behaviour?
Well, it works fine for me (sorry if that is no help :-)). You don’t have the old private frameworks hack applied for WOLips do you?
Hm, I’m not sure. Perhaps I *had* the hack installed at some point in time. However, I uninstalled WO three times already, and I installed XCode 2 after the Tiger install. How could the hack still be there?
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