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Re: [m2e-users] Having problems with M2Eclipse lately

I too am getting more and more frustrated with M2Eclipse. A missing
"Maven Dependencies" library is just the usual case lately and there
is no easy way to get it back, apart from "Update Project", which
rarely works as expected and never leaves a useful error message.


On Wed, Jul 25, 2012 at 12:14 AM, Keith Barlow <kbarlow@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Hiyas,
> I recently had to reinstall my eclipse instance (last week) and since then
> have been having a lot of problems with M2Eclipse.  For starters, when I
> checkout a multi-module project using any of the SCM handlers (confirmed
> both in Subclipse and Subversive on both Juno and Indigo), only the parent
> project is showing up in eclipse as shared.  The child projects are not.
> 2ndly, projects are not getting configured as Faceted projects.  I seem to
> have to do that manually now.  That is not such a big deal but the last part
> of the problem is that the maven dependencies no longer seem to be showing
> up as the Maven Dependency library like they used to...  I have to run
> eclipse:eclipse to get the project to recognize maven dependencies (which is
> supposed to be alternative to m2eclipse... not conjunctive).  I have found
> this to be the case even if I checkout the project via svn on the command
> line and then use the Import... -> Existing Maven Projects...  I should not
> that doing this, I have an external maven instance configured.  If I used
> the embedded maven instance, I get effectively the same result as running
> eclipse:eclipse.
> As I said, I seem to be witnessing this behavior in both Juno and Indigo and
> only as of recently.  I installed Maven Integration for Eclipse via the
> Eclipse Marketplace and am using Subclipse as my SVN handler (v 1.8 also
> installed from the Eclipse Marketplace).  I have been using the
> m2eclipse-subclipse version of the Maven SCM Handler for Subclipse - the
> version posted by Mark Phippard in response to Sonatype's abandonment of the
> project. (
> Has anyone else been witnessing such behavior lately?  Is there anything I
> can do to get things back on track?
> Thanks.
> Keith
> --
> Keith Barlow
> Software Engineer
> Dell Boomi
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