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From Costin Manolache <>
Subject Re: building tomcat source in eclipse
Date Fri, 13 Aug 2004 05:07:50 GMT
The trick is to get all dependencies. Do an "ant download", then create 
project for repository, tomcat-connectors, tomcat-catalina, jasper, 
servletapi ( with the obvious dependencis ). Eclipse will find all 
source trees and jars, then compile without problems. Same works
in Idea.


Hiller, Dean D (Dean) wrote:
> I am just trying not to have 800 errors when I run tomcat in eclipse.
> It would be easier if someone just provided .project and .classpath
> files.  I am working on setting up in eclipse.  Am down to 800 problems
> from 1000, and am still playing with it.  I can't find mail.jar that
> eclipse is using(might need to just go get it myself), but I can't
> figure out how tomcat built successfully without it via command line.
> Couldn't find it anywhere including /usr/java/share nor the tomcat view
> I have...and that is after building everything fine from command line.
> Thanks,
> dean
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Mark Thomas [] 
> Sent: Thursday, August 12, 2004 2:24 PM
> To: 'Tomcat Developers List'; 'Patrick Lacson'
> Subject: RE: building tomcat source in eclipse
> What are you trying to achieve? I use Eclipse to develop TC5 (& TC4) but
> always
> build from the command line. I have each of the top level directories
> created by
> the build script as an Eclipse project. You can still use remote
> debugging etc
> as well as all the other Eclipse features.
> Mark
>>-----Original Message-----
>>From: Patrick Lacson [] 
>>Sent: Thursday, August 12, 2004 9:16 PM
>>Subject: building tomcat source in eclipse
>>I searched the archives regarding my question and found nothing.
>>Has anybody successfully built the tomcat 5 source tree from within
>>eclipse?  If so could share your .project and .classpath file?
>>I want to build and run tomcat from within eclipse, launching it as a
>>Java Application within the IDE.
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