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From Apache Wiki <wikidi...@apache.org>
Subject [Myfaces Wiki] Update of "Eclipse IDE" by MartinMarinschek
Date Sat, 09 Jul 2005 15:26:39 GMT
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The following page has been changed by MartinMarinschek:
http://wiki.apache.org/myfaces/Eclipse_IDE

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  === Installation of Subclipse ===
  
- To build myfaces from the source within Eclipse, you first have to get access to SVN. The
recommended way is, to use subclipse as your Eclipse Plugin of choice.
+ To build !MyFaces from the source within Eclipse, you first have to get access to SVN. The
recommended way is to use Subclipse as your Eclipse Plugin of choice.
  
- You can install Sublipse by pointing your Eclipse Software Update Menu towards the online
Install of Subclipse.
+ You can install Subclipse by pointing your "Eclipse Software Update" menu towards the online
install of Subclipse.
  
  * Open the software updates menu under Help->Software Updates->Find and Install
  
- * A dialog should pop up, select Search for New Featurs to Install
+ * A dialog should pop up, select "Search for New Features to Install"
  
  * At the next dialog, select new Update site and add  http://subclipse.tigris.org/update
as the update site and perform the update
  
@@ -22, +22 @@

  === Eclipse and the download of the sources ===
  Once you have sucessfully installed subclipse, you can point it towards the subversion repository.
  
- * Open the new perspectiv Window->Perspective->Other ... Subversion Repository Exploring
+ * Open the new perspective Window->Perspective->Other ... Subversion Repository Exploring
- * In the SVN Repository View on the left hand side, click on the right mouse button and
choose New->New Repository location
+ * In the SVN Repository View on the left hand side click on the right mouse button and choose
New->New Repository location
  
- *in the new dialog, enter as url https://snv.apache.org/repos/asf/myfaces
+ *in the new dialog, enter as an URL: https://snv.apache.org/repos/asf/myfaces/current
  *the user name and password can be left blank if you want read only anon access, otherwise
enter your access data
  *Press ok and confirm the dialogs regarding the keys, you should now have access to the
SVN Myfaces repository
  
  == Source checkout ==
  Once you have established contact to the repository you are able to check out the sources
into a local project or generate a new project.
  
- The  main problem if you want to edit or build the sources is, that Eclipse per se, does
not have any support for webapplications, there are however various commercial or non commerical
webapplication plugins available.
+ The  main problem if you want to edit or build the sources is that Eclipse per se does not
have any support for webapplications, there are however various commercial or non commerical
webapplication plugins available.
- I will try to concentrate on things whiche are common among most plugins.
  
+ I will try to concentrate on things which are common among most plugins.
  
  First of all the sources are organized in the myfaces directory under
  
@@ -92, +92 @@

  
  If you want to headstart without any plugins, I can recommend to use the example, which
comes with myfaces for an entry point into the correct webapp structure.
  
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