EclipseLink is not setup for use as a maven project. There are pom files that are used by the automated build (driven by ant) to generate Tycho bundles. However, the projects themselves should simply be imported to Eclipse.
are On 11/6/2013, 10:52 AM, Alfredo Manuel Osorio Martinez wrote:
So I checked out the code of EclipseLink from this repository:http://git.eclipse.org/gitroot/eclipselink/eclipselink.runtime.git
After that I did: File -> Import -> Existing Maven Projects -> browse to C:\Users\amosomar\git\eclipselink.runtime\buildsystem\org.eclipse.persistence.parent and imported all the projects
that showed up.
Then I get the following error:
An internal error occurred during: "Importing Maven projects". Path must include project and resource name: /org.eclipse.persistence.nosql
It also happens when I do: Right click on one of the projects -> Maven -> Update Project
An internal error occurred during: "Updating Maven Project". Path must include project and resource name: /org.eclipse.persistence.core
I have tried this with
Devloper Studio 7.0.0 GA and
Tool Suite 3.3.0 RELEASE without success
m2eclipse 184.108.40.20630601-0317 installed.
It seems to have something to do with the parent project
the modules because if I remove for example from project
the reference to the parent the problem goes away:
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