Hi Pierre Arnaud
Ok so with Eclipse Indigo, Version: 3.7.2 Build id: M20120208-0800,
the process of importing the ADS projects as explained here
Open the Import Wizard, select General -> Existing Projects
into Workspace, on the next wizard page choos Select
root directory and browse for the checked-out studio
folder, select all projects and press Finish.
because all parent projects get a .project file and the import
process of Eclipse stucks on them.
So, how can one import all ADS projects?? (this does not work
neither with the LDAP API)
By the way, if you could state also in the wiki where to download
the Eclipse 3.8.2, that would be nice, because the only official
Eclipse Indigo download points to the 3.7.2 version.
Le 13/02/2013 10:37, Pierre-Arnaud Marcelot a écrit :
The requirements for working on Apache Directory Studio are the same
ones than to be able to run it:
- Eclipse 3.3 or later
- Java 6
We don't use m2eclipse but have instead our own "studio" Maven plugin
which helps with the creation eclipse project files and OSGI bundles
(in conjunction with the maven-bundle-plugin from the Apache Felix
I'll add these requirements to the page.
Thanks for the heads up.
Le 13 févr. 2013 à 10:30, Francis ANDRE
<firstname.lastname@example.org> a écrit :
By looking at this page http://directory.apache.org/studio/building.html or the wiki pages at https://cwiki.apache.org/confluence/display/DIRxSTUDIO/Working, I did not found any requirements about the Eclipse version for building/running/debugging the Apache Directory Studio nor any prerequisite for external plugin like m2e...
Should one use the Eclipse Indigo or the Eclipse Juno?
Should one use the m2e Eclipse plugin or not?