ManifoldCF
  1. ManifoldCF
  2. CONNECTORS-222

Would like support for building and running ManifoldCF under eclipse

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      Being able to build and run under Eclipse would allow people to develop connectors and patches more readily.

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        Karl Wright added a comment -

        It might be worth considering using the maven Eclipse plug-in for this purpose. As tobr dev says:

        "I also tried to import mcf into eclipse but it does not work in an easy way.
        That's why I was looking for the maven integration.
        It is really easy to import the modules using maven and the m2eclipse plugin
        (Just import as maven project)...

        The maven plugin is also able to depend on the current SNAPSHOT versions of
        the project dependencies."

        It may be worth looking into this approach.

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        Karl Wright added a comment - It might be worth considering using the maven Eclipse plug-in for this purpose. As tobr dev says: "I also tried to import mcf into eclipse but it does not work in an easy way. That's why I was looking for the maven integration. It is really easy to import the modules using maven and the m2eclipse plugin (Just import as maven project)... The maven plugin is also able to depend on the current SNAPSHOT versions of the project dependencies." It may be worth looking into this approach.
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        Karl Wright added a comment -

        The maven support is now significant and probably counts as a resolution to this ticket. So I'm closing it.

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        Karl Wright added a comment - The maven support is now significant and probably counts as a resolution to this ticket. So I'm closing it.

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            Karl Wright
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            Karl Wright
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