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Subject [Nutch Wiki] Trivial Update of "RunNutchInEclipse" by LewisJohnMcgibbney
Date Mon, 07 Nov 2011 21:40:20 GMT
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The "RunNutchInEclipse" page has been changed by LewisJohnMcgibbney:

  == Before you start ==
  Setting up Nutch to run into Eclipse can be tricky, and most of the time you are much faster
if you edit Nutch in Eclipse but run the scripts from the command line. However, it's very
useful to be able to debug Nutch in Eclipse and is also extremely useful when applying and
testing patches as it enables you to see them working in a larger context. This being said,
you will still benefit greatly by looking at the hadoop.log output.
+ This tutorial covers a fully internal Eclipse/Nutch set up, using only Eclipse tools and
associated plugins.
+ == Prerequsites ==
+ * Grab the newest version of Eclipse availble [[|here]].
+ * Once you've set up Eclipse, download Subclipse as per [[|here]].
+ * Grab IvyDE plugin for Eclipse as here [[|here]].
  == Steps ==
  === Install Nutch ===
-  * Grab an official release of Nutch 1.3  from [[|here]]
or check out the latest branch development [[|here]].
+  * Grab an official release of Nutch 1.3  from [[|here]]
or check out the latest trunk development [[|here]].
   * Do not build Nutch now. Make sure you have no .project and .classpath files in the Nutch
directory and that Nutch has not built the /runtime directory '''N.B.''' This is absolutely
  === Create a new java project in Eclipse ===

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