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From "Alan D. Cabrera" <...@toolazydogs.com>
Subject Re: Consolidate snickers projects into runtime and compiler
Date Sat, 19 Feb 2005 23:17:56 GMT


Emmanuel Lecharny wrote:

>>I use IntelliJ and am not familiar w/ Eclipse.  Eclipse can read maven
>>and project files?
>>    
>>
>
>Yes, thanks to Brett. Actually, with asn.1, what I'm doing is :
>1) co the trunk
>2) maven -Dmaven.eclipse.workspace=/<my workspace> -Dgoal=eclipse
>multiproject:goal
>3) 13 seconds after, I can import the generated projets into eclipse
>(you better have the MultiProject Import plugin installed !!!), and
>that's it !
>4) With the mevenide plugin, you can launch goals, check project.xml and
>maven.xml, ...
>
>At least, it works for asn.1, and only asn.1 :(
>
>For other projects, that's quite different. LDAP is almost OK, but it
>need some fix to generate antlr BEFORE generating .projects files (it's
>a kind of prerequiste : you need the java files)
>
>Apache is much more complicated : run Maven multiproject, then
>'mavenize' again (mavenize is a script I wrote that does the eclipse
>generation). Antlr should run before, then the maven plugin to generate
>schema, and then, you are ready !
>
>It does not work for MINA, SEDANG and APSEDA, but I didn't investigate
>the processus, as I don't need them actually.
>  
>
Odd, I thought this was a standard multiproject setup.  I wonder what's 
wrong with it.


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