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Re: [m2e-users] staged m2eclipse-core 0.12.0


> We staged m2eclipse-core 0.12.0. This version comes with Maven 3.0
> (final) version of embedder. Another notable change is inclusion of
> brand-new http transport layer based on JBoss Netty [2] and Ning
> Async Http Client [3]. Please give this new version a try and let us
> know about any regressions.

I don't see the menu entry "Enable nested modules" anymore. Is this 
feature still available and if yes, enabled by default? Is it needed at 
all as before?

I have a workspace project that is written by one of my colleagues and 
which is realized using Ant and therefore has its own non-Maven-like 
folder structure. To use that project in my Maven build I added a pom.xml 
in the project root realizing a quite simple multi-module project 

<project root>
+- <actual project folders>
+- pom.xml
   +- module-jar
      +- pom.xml
   +- module-resources
      +- pom.xml

So far I clicked in the project's context "Maven -> Enable nested modules" 
followed by "Update Project Configuration" and could work with that 
project in Eclipse.

Today I realized that this doesn't work anymore:

- "Update Project Configuration" doesn't change the actual Ant-build 
source folders to those managed by my pom.xmls
- The project doesn't contain the "Maven Dependencies" entry.
- It seems that the project configuration is based on the top-level 
pom.xml; the actual configuration which is contained in the two modules is 

The whole project therefore contains lots of compile errors.


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