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From Alex Huang <>
Subject RE: Importing Cloudstack code into Eclipse
Date Wed, 24 Apr 2013 05:18:34 GMT
Hi Jim,

You're following a page that's meant for 4.0 release of CloudStack.  The dev environment has
changed significantly since then.  For developers, it's actually much better to look for information
in our wiki.  The following page should start you off.  It's much more update to date than
the page you're looking at.


> -----Original Message-----
> From: Jim L. []
> Sent: Wednesday, April 24, 2013 4:50 AM
> To:
> Subject: Importing Cloudstack code into Eclipse
> According to the page below, there are Eclipse project files included with the
> source; apparently that is incorrect.  So is the documentation wrong, or did
> somebody forget to include the .project files?
> From
> Getting Source
> CloudStack uses git for source version control, if you know little about git,
> is a good start. Once you have git setup on your
> machine, pull source with:
> git clone
> Importing Source into Eclipse
> Most Apache CloudStack developers use Eclipse as their primary IDE.
> CloudStack source code already includes Eclipse .project file in each project
> folder, you can import them to your Eclipse workspace by:
>    - Creating a new Eclipse workspace, right clicking package explorer and
>    selecting *Import*.
>    - Selecting *"Existing Projects into Workspace"*.
>    - Browsing to the folder with CloudStack source code.
>    - Click *Open*, where you will see all Apache CloudStack projects listed
>    in the dialog box. Click the *Finish* button. Now you have CloudStack
>    registered with Eclipse.

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