No, I just use the XML Editor from the Indigo repo, or even emacs. They’re pretty simple files.
They key is to get maven 3.0.3 from apache and then run:
.../apache-maven-3.0.3/bin/mvn clean install
From the root repo directory.
If you commit and push the poms, I can take a quick look. The key one will be the root pom.xml that specifies things like p2 repo locations and the list of
modules (i.e. projects) that will be built. Not sure if any of the structure has changed since 7.0.
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Subject: [cdt-dev] Mavenize cdt_7_0
I'm copying all the pom.xml files from master to cdt_7_0. Is there a tool that you use to edit these files (e.g. m2eclipse)? Is that all I need to do in terms of setting up the features and plugins?
If you have a checklist of what you did that you can send me (or put it up on the wiki) that'd be great. Thanks.
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