Following-on from this question which explains how to install a completed JIRA plugin, I'm wondering if there's a more efficient way to test a JIRA 4.0 plugin while it's under development>
Specifically I'd like to avoid restarting JIRA after each change, if possible.
You run maven cli, then just run"pi" each time you are ready. Also look at fastdev.
4.0 had lots of problems with plugin reloading, either it would fail after a certain number of iterations, and some modules weren't reloaded at all. Try to use jira 4.4 for your development...
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