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From Apache Wiki <wikidi...@apache.org>
Subject [Hadoop Wiki] Update of "Hive/GettingStarted/EclipseSetup" by CarlSteinbach
Date Mon, 24 Jan 2011 23:47:31 GMT
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The "Hive/GettingStarted/EclipseSetup" page has been changed by CarlSteinbach.
http://wiki.apache.org/hadoop/Hive/GettingStarted/EclipseSetup?action=diff&rev1=8&rev2=9

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- The following ant package should be installed with ant in order for the following commands
to work:
+ After checking out the source code run the following commands from the top-level directory:
  
-  * ant-nodeps.x86_64
+  * $ ant clean package eclipse-files
+  * $ cd metastore
+  * $ ant model-jar
+  * $ cd ../ql
+  * $ ant gen-test
  
- After checking out the source code run the following from the top-level directory:
- 
-  * $ ant eclipse-files -Dhadoop.version="<your-hadoop-version>"
-  * $ ant package -Dhadoop.version="<your-hadoop-version>"
-  * $ cd metastore
-  * $ ant model-jar -Dhadoop.version="<your-hadoop-version>"
-  * $ cd ../ql
-  * $ ant gen-test -Dhadoop.version="<your-hadoop-version>"
- 
- Remember to use the complete release number for the hadoop.version values above (i.e., 0.19.0,
0.18.2, ...). 
- For example: $ 
- ant eclipse-files -Dhadoop.version=0.17.0
  
  After running these commands, you should see the following new files/directories in the
top-level-directory.
   * .classpath
   * .settings
   * .project
-  * Several .launch files
+  * Various .launch files
  
- Now open up eclipse and do the following:
+ Now open up Eclipse and do the following:
   * File->Import->General->Existing Projects Into Workspace->Select root directory
(point to <top-level-directory>)
- 
- For hadoop-0.17 you can use the java builder and run automatic builds. Do the following
to disable the ant builder:
-  * Project->Properties->Builders - uncheck Hive_Ant_Builder -> OK
  
  Make sure that Eclipse Java Compiler is in 1.6 compatibility mode:
   * Project->Properties->Java Compiler->(Check)Enable project specific settings->(Change
to 1.6)Compiler compliance level
  
- This should import the project and the launch configurations. You can look for launch configurations
by checking:
+ This should import the project and the launch configurations. You can run the Hive CLI from
within Eclipse by right clicking on the HiveCLI launch configuration and selecting "Run".
You can also look for JUnit launch configurations by checking:
   * Run->Run Configurations->JUnit. 
  
  There should be several configurations including {{{TestCliDriver}}}, {{{TestJdbc}}}, and
{{{TestHive}}}.

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