|Re: [m2e-users] Cannot get m2e to show up after installing into Indigo SR2|
Yes, this is correct URL and I just verified that I was able to use that
URL to install m2e 1.1 onto fresh/clean Eclipse 3.7.2 "Classic"
distribution and m2e appears to work after the install.
At this point I will have to assume the problem is specific to your
environment and/or caused by incompatibility between m2e and some other
Eclipse plugins you have installed.
The best advice I can give is to start with fresh eclipse install and
install additional plugins one by one to see at what point it breaks
On 12-07-03 12:25 PM, Mark Streit wrote:
Is there a special way to get the 1.1 release - I just pointed to the
URL when setting up the location as stated in the original email and it
installed what I showed. Am I using the wrong URL?
So if this does not work - is it in fact an Indigo-specific issue with
regard to this OSGI stuff - I installed what came from the Eclipse
site. It does have a few other plugins, one being some Android tools
plug-in which I am not using much at this point. There is an OSGi
Application Development Tools bundle that is installed (IBM). I had
installed an IBM WAS 8.5 Liberty connector earlier but not sure what put
that OSGi bundle in there or was it part of the Indigo OOTB install - I
did not check that.
Thanks again for the input.
On Tue, Jul 3, 2012 at 11:44 AM, Igor Fedorenko <igor@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx<mailto:igor@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>> wrote:
Looks like OSGi runtime is not able to resolve and/or start m2e bundles,
which may be related to log messages about OSGi bundle activation
deadlock. Can't tell anything more specific without steps to reproduce
the problem locally.
May be worth trying m2e 1.1, but can't promise it will help.
On 12-07-03 11:01 AM, Mark Streit wrote:
Files attached...only a few lines in the .log show anything
related to m2e.
On Tue, Jul 3, 2012 at 12:40 AM, Igor Fedorenko
<igor@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx <mailto:igor@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx><mailto:igor@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx <mailto:igor@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>>> wrote:
Anything interesting in .metadata/.log? Can you attach your
configuration? Both m2e 1.0 and 1.1 are expected to work
Sent from my SGS
Mark Streit <mcs130@xxxxxxxxx <mailto:mcs130@xxxxxxxxx><mailto:mcs130@xxxxxxxxx <mailto:mcs130@xxxxxxxxx>>> wrote:http://download.eclipse.org/__technology/m2e/releases
>Since the forum was closed, I understand that this is the
>be used for questions. I am hoping this is a simple
>1) I am running Eclipse Indigo SR2 which is all up to
date for the
>core and Subclipse. (Eclipse for JEE Developers was the
>2) Running Win 7 / 32 bit
>3) Using the "Install new software" option, I define a
site using the
>following value:>org.eclipse.m2e.feature.__feature.group Eclipse.org - m2e*
>4) It finds the m2e component, I successfully install the
>after clicking the Installation Details button on the
>dialog... I see this in my list. So far so good.... so I
>* m2e - Maven Integration for Eclipse 188.8.131.5210607-2117>_________________________________________________m2e-users@xxxxxxxxxxx <mailto:m2e-users@xxxxxxxxxxx>>
>I restart the workbench ... however, there is no evidence
in the IDE
>this plug-in is even there. Clicking *Preferences *-
there is no
>entry to configure as I would have expected. I have
googled and found
>number of links that point to "converting project to
>messing with .launch files. However, none of these seem
>are no enabled Maven options showing up on any menus.
>Any suggestion would be appreciated. Installed Juno -
>OK, but there were numerous other issues we found with
>to drop and revert back to Indigo for now. Simple things
>Perspective..." sent the Juno installation into a mess -
>with Views misplaced - wide gaps between the views, Ant
Editor and JS
>Editors that would pop up exception dialogs, etc. Juno
is NOT an
>for us now.
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