This worked like a charm. Thanks.

This would make a great addition to the wiki paper that talks about debugging with Eclipse.

Sachin Patel <sppatel2@gmail.com> wrote:
Here's another idea so you don't have to build...

Extract/Unzip the source.  Then without building, run maven m:eclipse.  Then import all the projects into your workspace.  You'll have build errors, but all you care about is the source being available at runtime, so ignore the errors and/or turn off autobuild and clean.  Now you add add all the projects in the source attachment wizard and I think this should do the trick.

- sachin



On Feb 6, 2006, at 11:49 AM, Gary Karasiuk wrote:

Yes, I downloaded the source tree.  That seemed to go ok . To be specific I downloaded from here:

http://svn.apache.org/repos/asf/geronimo/tags/1.0.0

I followed the build instructions, but the first problem I had was with step:

maven m:fresh-checkout

that step failed with:

[cvs] /home/projects/openejb/scm: no such repository

I ignored this error and kept on going. Maybe this is the source of my problems, is there a workarounf for this?

Sachin Patel <sppatel2@gmail.com> wrote:
Hi Gary,

Did you download the geronimo source tree? Then you will need to
build once, following the build instructions. Then you need to run
the maven m:eclipse goal which will generate the .project
and .classpath files, so they can be imported into ec lipse. This is
what I'm referring to as the "geronimo-xxx" projects.

- sachin



On Feb 6, 2006, at 8:41 AM, Gary Karasiuk wrote:

> I'm trying to run the 1.0 version of Geronimo under Eclipse, to
> debug a problem I'm having. I've been following the instructions
> in the wiki:
>
> http://wiki.apache.org/geronimo/EclipseDeployment
>
> I'm confused when reading the "Creating Maven and Server Launch
> Configurations" section. It keeps talking about a "geronimo"
> project, but I don't have such a project in my workspace. I have
> many geronimo-xxx projects, but no geronimo project. Which project
> does it mean?




Gary




Gary