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Re: [jdt-dev] Bug 532029 - How to get started?

Hi Lars,

I find it easy to use the Eclipse Installer. Select the "Eclipse IDE for Eclipse Committers" product then on the next step you can select the JDT Projects that you need.

You will end up with a workspace containing all projects to work on, nicely cloned from git.eclipse.org.

HTH
Philippe

On Fri, Jul 12, 2019 at 2:33 PM Lars Schuetze <lars.schuetze@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Hi everyone,

I discovered the last days that Bug 532029 is still open. Since I am interested into getting JMH to be run with ejc I wanted a little bit to dig into the problem.

However, I have a hard time to set up my developer workspace for 4.13 development on JDT core.
Is there eventually a team project set file or a resource that tells me which plugins I need to import and which version of the dependencies are currently worked with?

Thank you very much for your input.

Best regards,
Lars SchÃtze

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