Skip to main content

[Date Prev][Date Next][Thread Prev][Thread Next][Date Index][Thread Index] [List Home]
Re: [tycho-user] Importing Tycho Project into Eclipse

Hello Igor,

thank you for the fast reply!

When using "Import as Maven Project" I was not offered anything
regarding tycho or a plugin installation of some sort. Maybe this is
because of the fact, that my project does not directly declare Tycho as
a plugin in its pom but rather inherits this setting from its parent's
pom? (The parent pom is not explicitly imported into eclipse by me)

I will go ahead and try to install the m2e/tycho plugin by hand and
report back.

On 2013-12-22 01:48 Igor Fedorenko wrote:
> You need to have m2e/tycho integration installed to be able to import
> Tycho projects in Eclipse workspace. Normally m2e/tycho installation is
> offered as part of "import as maven project". If this does not happen
> for whatever reason, you can install it manually from [1].
> [1]
> --
> Regards,
> Igor
> On 12/21/2013, 19:03, Alexander Baier wrote:
>> Hello together,
>> I started a little project that relies on Equinox and is build using
>> Maven and the Tycho plugin.
>> The problem I am facing now, is that I do not know how to create an
>> Eclipse-Project from this. I used to do "Import as Maven Project" on
>> projects that relied on Maven for their build. But if I use this now,
>> Eclipse fails to create the OSGi/Equinox related things like the
>> "Plugin Dependencies".
>> A few sentences about the structure of my project/build. The artifact in
>> question has a parent pom, which in turn declares tycho as a plugin. The
>> project also contains META.INF/MANIFEST.MF and plugin.xml who are under
>> the project's root directory next to it's pom.xml.
>> If there is a need for you too see the mentioned files, or if you need
>> further information about the problem, please do not hesitate to ask. I
>> am not really sure what exactly is useful to you.
>> Thanks in advance.
>> Kind Regards,

 Alexander Baier

Back to the top