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From Sean Owen <>
Subject Re: RE: eclipse .classpath file for mahout
Date Wed, 04 Nov 2009 16:10:12 GMT
Might be an opportunity to note that IntelliJ's Maven integration works
flawlessly and from the box for me.

And the basic version of IntelliJ is now free.

I think IntelliJ is much superior for other reasons but now that it's not
hundreds of dollars, I would recommend switching, especially those not too
tied to Eclipse.

I think it will make everyone's code effortlessly better and that is good
for the project.


On Nov 4, 2009 3:55 PM, "Jack Tanner" <> wrote:

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As long as we're talking about development setups - I tried using exactly t=
he setup that Drew describes=2C but=A0svn diff / update (e.g.=2C Compare wi=
th latest) are really slow=2C at least when one knows what Git can do.
Does anyone have a setup where Eclipse plays nicely with Maven and Mahout f=
rom the Git mirror of svn? I'd love to see that recipe.

> Date: Wed=2C 4 Nov 2009 09:04:18 -0500
> Subject: Re: eclipse .classpath file for mahout
> From:
> To:
> I agree. It is worth installing the Eclipse plugin because it makes it ve=

ry easy > to get the projects setup. > > I use the M2Eclipse plugin from
sonatype: > http://m2eclips...
> When I checked out Mahout=2C I used the wizard found under

> 'New> Project> Checkout Maven Projects from SCM' > using
> This automatically creates eclipse projects for all of the 7 modules of m=
> each with its own .classpath=2C dependencies=2C etc. For me it has been a=

n > very effective development setup. > > Drew
Find the right PC with Windows 7 and Windows Live.=20

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