[Date Prev][Date Next][Thread Prev][Thread Next][Date Index][Thread Index]
Re: [m2e-users] m2e not installed after upgrading Eclipse to Indigo (3.7) from Galileo (3.5)
- From: tklo@xxxxxxxxx
- Date: Thu, 19 Apr 2012 10:19:35 -0700 (PDT)
- Delivered-to: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Importance: Normal
- User-agent: SquirrelMail/1.4.8-5.el5_7.13
Thanks Igor. Installing m2e through the marketplace works. I tried
several times, may be for me personally the other 2 approaches somehow
Anyway, glad to know about the marketplace, through there I've also found
some other plugins that I may be interested.
> There are three ways to get m2e
> Download Eclipse IDE for Java Developers 3.7.2 or newer from Eclipse
> download page .
> Install m2e from Eclipse marketplace .
> Install m2e from one of p2 repositories listed on m2e download page .
> You have to use Eclipse Install New Software dialog as explained in .
> Hope this helps.
>  http://eclipse.org/downloads/
>  http://marketplace.eclipse.org/
>  http://www.eclipse.org/m2e/download/
> On 12-04-18 6:37 PM, tklo@xxxxxxxxx wrote:
>> Hi m2e user group,
>> I am a new user to Maven, and was trying to use the build tool within
>> Eclipse through m2e.
>> My main question is how to verify that m2e is installed in Eclipse. The
>> m2e homepage says there are tutorials, unfortunately I just could not
>> them in http://wiki.eclipse.org/Maven_Integration.
>> the long story:
>> Because the web say the latest Eclipse (Indigo v3.7) has m2e integrated
>> default, I upgraded my Eclipse (originally Galileo v3.5) to Indigo:
>> I tried to verify the installation by going to New -> Project ->
>> maven in the Wizard). Unfortunately nothing shows up.
>> Then I tried to install m2e manually by adding
>> to Help -> Install New Software -> Available Software Sites
>> Then I asked Eclipse to Check for Updates and it says no updates were
>> I am a Teaching Assistant at an university. The instructor is trying to
>> teach Maven in the next offering of an Advanced Software Engineering
>> course. Most students have Eclipse installed already. Thus it would
>> great if it is possible to install m2e into an existing Eclipse and to
>> verify the installation.
>> Help appreciated,
>> James Lo
>> UBC Computer Science
>> m2e-users mailing list
> m2e-users mailing list