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From David Jencks <>
Subject Re: WIKI Eclipse Deployment updated
Date Sat, 02 Jul 2005 16:47:55 GMT

On Jul 2, 2005, at 8:36 AM, Sachin Patel wrote:

> Stefan,
> There are two solutions I'm looking into..
> (1) There is an eclipse plugin, zipCreation then enables the output 
> folder of a project to be jared up during the build.  The jar can be 
> specified to be created anywhere, in our case, the repository. Each 
> time
> a change is made the project would build, and the repository would be 
> updated with the new snapshot.
> (2) To configure the .classpath so that so that each project references
> other dependent projects in the workspace, rather then just the 
> dependent snapshot jars in the repository.  The dependency on the
> REPO would remain, the project references would simply be at a higher 
> sort order on the build path.  In this way, the projects would 
> reference each other and there would be no need to create/update a 
> snapshot.jar.

This is what the maven idea plugin (now) does.  I recommend this 

david jencks

> Both of these ways would be trivial to configure by hand for a few 
> projects, but still very tedious for a large set of projects. So for 
> both of these ways we would need a solution to automate the 
> configuration of this, either though a command similar to maven 
> m:eclipse, ant script or some other means.
> There is a possible third solution which I'm unfamiliar with and that 
> is
> using the mavenide eclipse plugin, so that Maven is actually being 
> run, rather then the Eclipse builder.  I don't know the disadvantages 
> and advantages of this approach, but it would be something to look 
> into.
> Stefan Schmidt wrote:
>> Matt,
>> I have added a view more steps demonstrating how to debug Geronimo 
>> within Eclipse following your tips on irc earlier.
>> Could someone explain the synchronization issues and possible 
>> work-arounds?
>> :Stefan

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