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At the moment, I'm using the following page as a reference for learning how to build: https://community.jboss.org/wiki/HowToBuildJBossToolsWithMaven3
 
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=== Provisional list of packages for JBoss Tools (dependencies will be added here when discovered) ===
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jbosstools-parent
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jbosstools-tests
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jbosstools-common
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jbosstools-usage
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jbosstools-archives
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jbosstools-jmx
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jbosstools-as
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jacoco-maven-plugin -- commented out of jbosstools-parent to make it work
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ant-optional -- commented out of jbosstools-parent to make it work

Revision as of 14:13, 23 May 2012

Fedora JBoss Spin

This aim of this page is to gather all information relevant to the creation of the JBoss spin for Fedora. I (Gerard Ryan) am working on this as a project under Google Summer of Code 2012, with (Marek Goldmann) as mentor. More details on the GSOC proposal can be found here.


JBoss Tools

The first chunk of the work will be to start packaging JBoss Tools for Eclipse. This may require additional parts of Eclipse WTP to be packaged.

There may be some difficulty with using tycho in Fedora, see patches for eclipse-cdt.

At the moment, I'm using the following page as a reference for learning how to build: https://community.jboss.org/wiki/HowToBuildJBossToolsWithMaven3

Provisional list of packages for JBoss Tools (dependencies will be added here when discovered)

jbosstools-parent jbosstools-tests jbosstools-common jbosstools-usage jbosstools-archives jbosstools-jmx jbosstools-as

jacoco-maven-plugin -- commented out of jbosstools-parent to make it work ant-optional -- commented out of jbosstools-parent to make it work