Eclipse .project in SVN is not current,

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Eclipse .project in SVN is not current,

Thomas Arthur Oehser

Um, on discovering an Eclipse .project and .classpath in SVN, I imported it, but,
it has several jars that are the wrong version, is missing the captcha stuff, is
not copying everything to WEB-INF such that it could run in place, in general it
doesn't seem to be in use...

Is there some other way of building/debugging under Eclipse, without manually
figuring everything out?

If the .project and .classpath are not maintained by the commiters, shouldn't
they just be removed?

PS- I am setting out to get configurared on the tips with PGSQL, is there anything
special I should know, such as a list of schema changes since the latest pg .sql?

-Thanks, -Tom

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RE: Eclipse .project in SVN is not current,

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> -----Original Message-----
> From: Thomas A. Oehser [mailto:[hidden email]]
> Sent: mercredi 25 octobre 2006 13:12
> To: [hidden email]
> Subject: [xwiki-dev] Eclipse .project in SVN is not current,
>
>
> Um, on discovering an Eclipse .project and .classpath in SVN, I
> imported it, but, it has several jars that are the wrong version, is
> missing the captcha stuff, is not copying everything to WEB-INF such
> that it could run in place, in general it doesn't seem to be in use...
I probably broke a few things when I modified the libs to have versions in
their name. I'll have a look and fix it.
 
> Is there some other way of building/debugging under Eclipse, without
> manually figuring everything out?
>
> If the .project and .classpath are not maintained by the commiters,
> shouldn't they just be removed?

In the future they should be removed as I believe it's a bad practice to put
those project files in SVN. The way to generate them will be to use the
build system (maven2 in the future). There's already a first version of a m2
build in SVN so if you have m2 installed you can already type "mvn
eclipse:eclipse" and it'll generate a valid Eclipse project. If you're an
intellij IDEA user, type "mvn idea:idea".

[snip]

Thanks
-Vincent Massol


       

       
               
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RE: Eclipse .project in SVN is not current,

vmassol
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In reply to this post by Thomas Arthur Oehser
Hi Thomas,

I have just fixed the Eclipse project in SVN trunk. However I haven't
touched anything related to deployment: I'm not an Eclipse users so I'm not
sure what it takes to run a webapp in Eclipse. Let me know if you know how
to do it and I'll try it here.

Thanks
-Vincent

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Thomas A. Oehser [mailto:[hidden email]]
> Sent: mercredi 25 octobre 2006 13:12
> To: [hidden email]
> Subject: [xwiki-dev] Eclipse .project in SVN is not current,
>
>
> Um, on discovering an Eclipse .project and .classpath in SVN, I
> imported it, but, it has several jars that are the wrong version, is
> missing the captcha stuff, is not copying everything to WEB-INF such
> that it could run in place, in general it doesn't seem to be in use...
>
> Is there some other way of building/debugging under Eclipse, without
> manually figuring everything out?
>
> If the .project and .classpath are not maintained by the commiters,
> shouldn't they just be removed?
>
> PS- I am setting out to get configurared on the tips with PGSQL, is
> there anything special I should know, such as a list of schema changes
> since the latest pg .sql?
>
> -Thanks, -Tom


       

       
               
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