|Re: [recommenders-dev] No projects in the link provided on the Source Code page in the Community tab of home page.|
The link on the Community > Source Code tab is not a direct link to the Git repository but links to an about page that tells you how to checkout and build the code.
I recommend following this advice.
If you did clone from the correct URL (http://git.eclipse.org/
gitroot/recommenders/org.), then it is possible that you tried to import regular Java projects instead of Maven projects. eclipse.recommenders.git
The easiest way to set up an Eclipse with the Recommenders source is using Oomph, though. How to do so is described on the about page (http://git.eclipse.org/c/
I am not sure why you couldn't find the project in Gerrit; your search string works for me. However, the actual project name is "recommenders/org.eclipse.
recommenders". Try searching for that.
I hope this helps and look forward to any contributions you might make.
SMIT SURENDRASINGH wrote:
Smit RajputRegards,Hi all,ÂÂÂÂÂÂÂ In fact, I also tried using the link obtained by logging in to Gerrit and searching for the "org.eclipse.recommenders" project. But the result was the same. Help needed.
Â Â Â Â I was trying to clone the git repositories of Code Recommenders using the link provided on the Source Code page in the Community tab of home page of Code Recommenders from my Eclipse Neon.2. But after copying the link and moving to Next windows, I could not move forward through the Import projects window, which said "No projects found" and the Next tab was disabled.______________________________
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