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From Scott Eade <se...@backstagetech.com.au>
Subject Re: Using Eclipse with existing project
Date Wed, 29 Jan 2003 02:32:34 GMT
Eric's comments will help you if your project is mavenized, but if not your
problem is most likely that your libraries are not configured correctly.


Scott Eade
Backstage Technologies Pty. Ltd.
.Mac Chat/AIM: seade at mac dot com

On 29/01/2003 11:53 AM, "EPugh@upstate.com" <EPugh@upstate.com> wrote:

> I had sucess with the maven plugin to generate my .project and .classpath
> files.  It worked great, my files are still where I wanted them, but I can
> use eclipse as the IDE.  I am now just wrestling with debugging from
> Eclipse!
> ERic
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Jeff Owens [mailto:jeff@payrollnw.com]
> Sent: Tuesday, January 28, 2003 7:50 PM
> To: Turbine Torque Users List
> Subject: Using Eclipse with existing project
> I have an existing TDK 2.2 project - it utilizes Turbine, Torque, and
> Velocity.  I've downloaded and installed the most recent stable version (M4)
> of Eclipse.
> 1  Is there an easy way to bring the TDK project into Eclipse?  I've tried
> creating a new Eclipse project and importing from different locations in my
> project.  Once it gets done importing, then it starts compiling my source
> and gets thousands of errors (and no, there are not thousands of errors in
> my source code!).  Is this normal behaviour for Eclipse?
> 2  Once I get the project in there, how do I work with it?  I'm used to
> working with the ANT build file.  I use ANT init to create my tables, and
> ANT compile to compile my source code.
> Mostly I'm just curious as to how Eclipse can save me time.  I'm willing to
> do the legwork, just not sure how to get started.  Perhaps there's a web
> page for working with existing TDK projects in Eclipse?
> Thanks
> Jeff Owens

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