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Developing with Eclipse and Maven

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Developing with Eclipse and Maven
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Publisher: Sonatype, Inc.
ISBN-13: 9780984243310
Number of pages: 74

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This book covers the installation and configuration of the m2eclipse plugin as well as detailing some of the procedures you can use to: Create projects using Maven Archetypes, Check Out a Maven Project from SCM, Import Maven Projects, Materialize a Maven Project, Add and Update Dependencies and Plugins, Download Source and Javadoc, Resolve Dependencies, Search Remote Repositories for Maven Artifacts and Java classes, Use the Form-based POM Editor, Analyze Project Dependencies in m2eclipse.

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