|Re: [tycho-user] M2 or plain Maven for Tycho?|
You might also want to check the Tycho release notes: http://wiki.eclipse.org/Tycho/Release_Notes.
I've used Tycho successfully with various Maven versions from 3.0.5 to 3.2.5. YMMV.
I don’t think that there is any documentation about supported maven versions. If you want to use pomless build, you need maven 3.3 or later . If you do not need that, Tycho also works with older maven versions. I successfully used maven v3.2.3 but it might work with older versions as well.
After fighting with "corrections" eclipseM2 was make to my all my project configuration files I have to drop the use of M2 for now.
My other one question remains. Where is the documentation that tells me which version of Maven (not M2) the current version of Tycho supports.
On 4/27/2016 2:51 AM, SCHREIBER.Martin wrote:
I don’t know if there is any documentation available regarding M2 and Tycho but IMHO nothing speaks against using it because for M2 it does not make any difference between handling regular maven projects and tycho projects. Depending of your tycho setup you might need to install additional M2 connectors, but they should be installed automatically if you need some.
Basic Workflow should be easy, checkout your Plugins from your SCM and use „File->Import“ and choose „Maven/Existing Maven Projects“ from the Import Wizard.
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Where is the documentation that can tell me if I can use M2 with Tycho or should use a Maven instance outside of an Eclipse workspace?
Where is the current version of Maven that is supported by Tycho listed?
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