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From "Dennis Dam" <d....@hippo.nl>
Subject RE: how to import jetspeed src under eclipse
Date Thu, 22 Nov 2007 09:12:52 GMT
Hi,
 
can you explain your troubles a little bit more? The eclipse .classpath and .project files
are available in the source, so Eclipse should recognize the project as an Eclipse project,
and should have the right dependencies set. These dependencies point to your local maven repository
though. The only thing you need to do is configure your local maven repository folder:
* if you use maven 1, add a build classpath variable "MAVEN_REPO" under Window > Preferences
> Java > Build Path > Classpath variables, which points to your local maven repository.
* if you use maven 2, define the classpath variable "M2_REPO", which points to your local
m2 repo. In that case you also have to use a different classpath file, which can be found
under /etc/editors/m2.classpath .
 
I hope that can resolve your problems ?
 
Dennis
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Van: yangwawa [mailto:wawayang@sjtu.edu.cn]
Verzonden: do 22-11-2007 9:22
Aan: jetspeed-dev@portals.apache.org
Onderwerp: how to import jetspeed src under eclipse




hi,all
i am a new beignner to jetspeed, they are so many problems that i decide to
study the src code, after i download src zip from jetspeed site, i found
that is not in an eclipse project archetechture, so i was completely
confused with the situation, please help me, thank a lot.
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