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Subject [Hadoop Wiki] Trivial Update of "HowToSetupYourDevelopmentEnvironment" by AlexLoddengaard
Date Tue, 26 Aug 2008 07:51:41 GMT
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The following page has been changed by AlexLoddengaard:
http://wiki.apache.org/hadoop/HowToSetupYourDevelopmentEnvironment

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  = Requirements =
   * Java 6
   * Ant
-  * Junit 3.8
+  * Junit
   * Your favorite IDE
  
  = Setup Your Development Environment in Linux =
  The instructions below talk about how to get an environment setup using the command line
to build, control source, and test.  These instructions are therefor IDE independent.  Take
a look at EclipseEnvironment for instructions on how to configure Eclipse to build, control
source, and test.
  
-  * Get the source.  This is documented here: HowToContribute
+  * Choose a good place to put your code.  You will eventually use your source code to run
Hadoop, so choose wisely.  I chose /code/hadoop.
+  * Get the source.  This is documented here: HowToContribute.  Put the source in /code/hadoop
(or whatever you chose) so that you have /code/hadoop/hadoop-core-trunk
   * cd into ''hadoop-core-trunk'', or whatever you named the directory
   * attempt to run ''ant test''
-   *  If you get any build errors, then consult the ''Build Errors'' section below.
+   *  If you get any strange errors (other than JUnit test failures and errors), then consult
the ''Build Errors'' section below.
+  * run ''ant'' to compile (this may not be necessary if you've already run ''ant test''
+  * follow GettingStartedWithHadoop to 
  
  = Build Errors =
  

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