|How to run import project wizards from headless mode [message #698486]
||Tue, 19 July 2011 14:45
| Jon Svede
Registered: July 2009
This may not be the right forum for this topic; if anyone knows where the right place would be, let me know.
I am working on a project that has an ant script that does a checkout on a bunch of projects and the calls mvn eclipse:eclipse on them to prepare them for use in Eclipse. I'd like to find a way to also build an eclipse workspace and import these projects during that process. The goal being to be able to open eclipse, point to this new directory and have eclipse recognize the projects in the workspace without having to run the import wizard in eclipse. These are web projects, not plugins.
Currently I find that if I do the 'mvn eclipse:eclipse' and then start eclipse and point to the directories where the project live, I still have to import these projects.
Any suggestions? I was hoping there would be a mvn plugin or an ant task of some kind (but I've not been able to find any such references on the web. Is it possible to run the import wizard from headless mode?
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