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Subject [Hadoop Wiki] Update of "HowToSetupYourDevelopmentEnvironment" by SteveLoughran
Date Tue, 14 Feb 2017 12:36:05 GMT
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The "HowToSetupYourDevelopmentEnvironment" page has been changed by SteveLoughran:
https://wiki.apache.org/hadoop/HowToSetupYourDevelopmentEnvironment?action=diff&rev1=34&rev2=35

Comment:
add the details on OSX install, especially protoc setup now that homebrew 1.x doesn't support
protobuf 2.5

  This page describes how to get your environment setup and is IDE agnostic.
  
  = Requirements =
-  * Java 6 or 7
-  * Maven
+  * Java 7 or 8 (Branch 2) or Java 8 (trunk)
+  * Maven 3.3 or later
   * Your favorite IDE
+  * Protobuf 2.5.0
  
  = 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 therefore IDE independent.  Take
a look at EclipseEnvironment for instructions on how to configure Eclipse to build, control
source, and test.  If you prefer ItelliJ IDEA, then take a look [[HadoopUnderIDEA| here]]
+ The instructions below talk about how to get an environment setup using the command line
to build, control source, and test.  These instructions are therefore IDE independent.  Take
a look at EclipseEnvironment for instructions on how to configure Eclipse to build, control
source, and test.  If you prefer IntelliJ IDEA, then take a look [[HadoopUnderIDEA| here]]
  
-  * Choose a good place to put your code.  You will eventually use your source code to run
Hadoop, so choose wisely. For example ~/code/hadoop.
+  * Choose a good place to put your code.  You will eventually use your source code to run
Hadoop, so choose wisely. For example {{{~/code/hadoop}}}.
-  * Get the source.  This is documented in HowToContribute.  Put the source in ~/code/hadoop
(or whatever you chose) so that you have ~/code/hadoop/hadoop-common
+  * Get the source.  This is documented in HowToContribute.  Put the source in {{{~/code/hadoop
(or whatever you chose) so that you have {{{~/code/hadoop/hadoop-common}}}
-  * cd into ''hadoop-common'', or whatever you named the directory
+  * cd into {{{hadoop-common}}}, or whatever you named the directory
-  * attempt to run ''mvn install''
+  * attempt to run {{{mvn install}}} . To build without tests: {{{mvn install -DskipTests}}}
    *  If you get any strange errors (other than JUnit test failures and errors), then consult
the ''Build Errors'' section below.
   * follow GettingStartedWithHadoop to learn how to run Hadoop.
    *  If you run in to any problems, refer to the ''Runtime Errors'' below, along with the
troubleshooting document here: TroubleShooting
+ 
+ = Setup Your Development Environment in OSX =
+ 
+ 
+ The Linux instructions match, except that:
+ 
+ XCode is needed for the command line compiler and other tools. 
+ 
+ 
+ protobuf 2.5.0 needs to be built by hand, as macports and homebrew no longer ship that version.
+ 
+ Follow the instructions in the building from source [[http://sleepythread.blogspot.co.uk/2013/11/installing-protoc-25x-compiler-google.html|Installing
protoc 2.5.x compiler on mac]] ''but change the URL for the protobuf archive to [[https://github.com/google/protobuf/releases/download/v2.5.0/protobuf-2.5.0.tar.gz]]''.

+ 
+ To verify that protobuf is  correctly installed, the command {{{protoc --version}}} must
print out the string {{{libprotoc 2.5.0}}}.
+ 
  
  = Run HDFS in pseudo-distributed mode from the dev tree =
  

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