Hi, I added the auto-deploy-exploded thing to my wildfly12 config file and it kind of works. I mean, the exploded directory is being deployed. But the behavior is still different from what I'm used to do in eclipse.
In eclipse, I save a file and apparently the server manager do some sort of incremental deploy. If I'm logged in the webapp in my browser, a couple f5s show the new code running, I don't even loose the session.
What I did today: Saved the file > run maven package in the vscode maven extension > wildfly detected it and deployed the new version of the exploded firectory.
I think the problem lays in here: https://github.com/redhat-developer/vscode-rsp-ui/blob/master/src/extensionApi.ts#L651
The show property of the displayLog function is set to true. Therefore the outputChannel.show method is called every time.
The show method has an additional parameter preserveFocus which is not set:
Hi, how can I manually remove a deployment from the list in vscode extension? I mean, I have some deployments listed in my wildfly9 installation that are no longer there. They're not in deployments directory for a long time (several reboots). But they are still listed in vscode extension. I tried right-click in the server > edit server and removing the deployables, but turns out it's a tmp file and what I change in there isn't reflected anywhere. Of course I tried right clicking the deployment > remove deployment, but nothing happens after this. The server is always annotated with "full publish required", but I get an extension backend error when I try to full publish, and I don't know how to do it manually in wildfly.
Sorry for the long message, I'm not sure if it's clear