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Subject svn commit: r1135532 - in /james/server/trunk/src/site: resources/images/netbeans/ xdoc/
Date Tue, 14 Jun 2011 12:40:49 GMT
Author: eric
Date: Tue Jun 14 12:40:48 2011
New Revision: 1135532

URL: http://svn.apache.org/viewvc?rev=1135532&view=rev
Tutorial to build James from Netbeans IDE - Tks to Ioan (JAMES-1270)

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Modified: james/server/trunk/src/site/xdoc/dev-build.xml
URL: http://svn.apache.org/viewvc/james/server/trunk/src/site/xdoc/dev-build.xml?rev=1135532&r1=1135531&r2=1135532&view=diff
--- james/server/trunk/src/site/xdoc/dev-build.xml (original)
+++ james/server/trunk/src/site/xdoc/dev-build.xml Tue Jun 14 12:40:48 2011
@@ -105,7 +105,7 @@
       <p>You now need to import the maven projects in the Eclipse workspace.</p>
       <p>Therefore, click on the <code>File</code> menu and select <code>Import</code>.

       Choose <code>Existing Maven Project</code> and click on <code>Next</code>
-      <img src="./images/eclipse/eclipse-import-maven-view-1.gif" width="300"/>
+      <img src="./images/eclipse/eclipse-import-maven-view-1.gif"/>
@@ -127,8 +127,8 @@
-      <img src="./images/eclipse/eclipse-import-maven-view-2.gif" width="300"/>
+      <br/>
+      <img src="./images/eclipse/eclipse-import-maven-view-2.gif"/>
       <p>You can also import other projects from 
          <a href="http://james.apache.org/imap/source-code.html">imap</a>, 
@@ -142,7 +142,7 @@
       <p>Check that 'Workspace resolution' is enable in m2eclipse plugin.</p>
       <p>Your changes in code will be directly taken into account.</p>
-      <img src="./images/eclipse/eclipse-m2eclipse-project-dependencies.gif" width="300"/>
+      <img src="./images/eclipse/eclipse-m2eclipse-project-dependencies.gif"/>
@@ -159,14 +159,14 @@
             from <code>container-spring\src\main\config\james</code> folder to
a <code>conf</code> folder 
             (<code>conf</code> folder must be a sub-folder of the JAMES_SRC_HOME
directory where you made the check-out).</li>
-     <img src="./images/eclipse/eclipse-m2eclipse-projects.gif" width="300"/>
+     <img src="./images/eclipse/eclipse-m2eclipse-projects.gif"/>
     <subsection name="Run James from Eclipse">
       <p>That's it. Run or Debug James in Eclipse (right-click on the Main class) and
Have Fun!.</p>
-      <img src="./images/eclipse/eclipse-run-james.gif" width="300"/>
+      <img src="./images/eclipse/eclipse-run-james.gif"/>
       <p>If you change a JPA Entity class, your will need to run 'mvn package'
           or add the following option to your run configuration 
@@ -177,6 +177,49 @@
+  <section name="Build James from NetBeans">
+      <p>This was done using NetBeans 7, which comes bundeled with Maven 3, needed
to build James 3. 
+      Older versions of NetBeans should be able to build James fine, provided that you configure
them to use an instance of Maven 3, if they do not have it. 
+      I used james 3.0-beta1 release and it builded in 7:40 min on my notebook running Debian
+      </p>
+      <subsection name="Getting the sources from the repository">
+          <p>Building James with NetBeans is very easy as it comes with Subersion and
Maven support already build in.
+          Maven is bundeled with the IDE, but Subverion is not, so you will have to install
Subversion yourself and NetBeans will be able to use it.
+          You can get more details on how to install and where to get Subversion from the
NetBeans Help menu by clicking on <strong>Help Contents</strong> and from there
go to the <strong>IDE Basics->Version Control and File Hierarchy->Subversion</strong>
+          </p>
+          <p>For Linux users, Subversion is probably packaged by your distribution
so use your distribution tools to install it (aptitude, yum, etc.)</p>
+          <p>Once you have Subversion, go to <strong>Team->Subversion->Checkout</strong>
menu entry. <br/>
+          You will see an dialog window used to enter the information about the Subversion
repository you are going to use. It looks like this:
+          <img src="./images/netbeans/netbeans-svn-checkout1.png"/>. <br/> 
+          In the <code>Repository URL</code> field enter the location for James
repository and click <code>Next</code>. 
+          You can use the following URL to get the trunk or developement version: 
+          <a href="http://svn.apache.org/repos/asf/james/server/trunk">http://svn.apache.org/repos/asf/james/server/trunk</a>.<br/>
+          After this you will be presented with another dialog window where you can configure
which folders to check out and where to save them on your machine. 
+          <img src="./images/netbeans/netbeans-svn-checkout2.png"/>. <br/> 
+          If you supplied the above URL you can click <code>Finish</code> to
get trunk version and start hacking. 
+          You can choose another folder by clicking <code>Browse</code>. A new
dialog window will open and from there you cand browse
+          the whole subversion repository. I wanted to build James 3.0beta so I choosed <code>james-serve-3.0-beta1</code>
under james/server/tags/ folder.
+          <img src="./images/netbeans/netbeans-svn-checkout-browse.png"/>. <br/>

+          </p>
+          <p>After you click <code>Finish</code> NetBeans will checkout
the sources. It will detect the Maven project and ask you if you wish to open the project.
+          If you open the project you will see in the Projects Window (<code>CTRL+1</code>
if not visible) something similar to the next image:<br/> 
+          <img src="./images/netbeans/netbeans-james-project.png"/>. 
+          </p>
+      </subsection>
+      <subsection name="Building the project"> 
+        <p> Building the project does not require too much work. Just go to <code>Run->Build
Project</code> menu option. 
+        Make sure that James is the main project (if you have other projects open) or NetBeans
will build that project instead of James.
+        Once the build is finished you will find the binary distribution in <code>container-spring/target</code>
+        <img src="./images/netbeans/james-build-dir.png"/>. <br/>
+        </p>
+      </subsection>
+  </section>
   <section name="Build James Source from other IDEs">
     <p>We will be happy to include on this page any other tutorial you could send 

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