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The mytest project is shown here with the red x icons indicating that there are problems with the project. The maven SW "eclipse:eclipse" goal will download any necessary dependencies and will update our project's .classpath to include these dependencies.

The maven command using the eclipse:eclipse goal would be The maven eclipse SW plugin requires an M2_REPO classpath W variable.

Although I did not have so much tpme to dig it in, if m2eclipse and subversion is used together in the same work space then startup initialization ends up with deadlocks, both trying to acquire semaphores.

Regards, Hasan Ceylan Hasan, are you using Subclipse 1.2?

The new M2_REPO classpath variable can be seen here.

Now, I'll create an External Tool configuration so that I can run the maven eclipse:eclipse goal in Eclipse. I would have used a : instead of a ~ but Eclipse doesn't allow colons in the name field. The Working Directory is an Eclipse variable that specifies the currently selected project's location in the file system.

My hunch is that this is somehow related to me running maven on the command line as well. Do you have repeatable way to reproduce endless build?

regards, Eugene After I run "install" on a project ABC, I go to project XYZ and try to "add dependency" for ABC.

However, the add dependency dialog only shows the options "workspace" option. I tried refreshing my index many times but I still can't see the project in the local repository. Currently the m2eclipse does not automatically updating index for the local maven repository.

You can force the index update from the popup menu in the "Maven Indexes" views.

The strange thing is that the same project under same environment build successfully on the other machine. Thanks Eugene [1] Requirements#Installation Requirements-Install Subclipse[2] FAQ#Project FAQ-Howtogenerateathreaddump--------------------------------------------------------------------- To unsubscribe from this list, please visit: After I run "install" on a project ABC, I go to project XYZ and try to "add dependency" for ABC.

It's just that I have freshly installed the maven plugin, where as on the other machine it has been working for some time. However, the add dependency dialog only shows the options "workspace" option. I tried refreshing my index many times but I still can't see the project in the local repository. After I run "install" on a project ABC, I go to project XYZ and try to "add dependency" for ABC.

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