Tag Archives: m2eclipse

Next Generation Infrastructure with Maven, m2eclipse at EclipseCon 2011


March 3, 2011 By
hloney

EclipseCon 2011 is approaching quickly, but it’s not too late to make plans to head to Santa Clara, California this month! EclipseCon is the conference for anyone involved in Eclipse. As a proud member of the Eclipse Foundation, Sonatype is looking forward to another year of great talks, tutorials and BOF’s. We will be hosting […]

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Improving developer productivity with Sonatype Professional


March 1, 2011 By
hloney

Development teams often struggle to achieve the full promise of agile methodologies using their current tools. The Sonatype team wants to help change that. Sonatype Professional is a suite of next generation development infrastructure software that extends the Maven ecosystem to improve both the speed and quality of Java development projects. Sonatype Professional integrates the […]

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Navigation improvements in the m2eclipse XML POM editor


February 1, 2011 By
mkleint

If you use the m2eclipse POM XML editor, you will be interested to know that we’ve made a number of improvements to the interface.   Yesterday, we introduced some addition auto-correct options and automatic integration of the POM XML editor and the Artifact Search dialog.   Today, we focus on improved navigation options now available […]

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New in m2e 0.12.1 – Maven 3.0.2, Async HTTP Client


January 18, 2011 By
Pascal

Today we are releasing m2e 0.12.1. Despite our previous announcement that 0.12.0 would be the last version made available from Sonatype, we have decided to cut this point release to make available new versions of the m2e dependencies. Most notably, this release includes recently released Maven 3.0.2 embedded runtime and an updated version of Async […]

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Inserting artifacts in the m2eclipse POM editor


By
mkleint

In the upcoming m2eclipse release, we’ve reworked how inserting artifacts (dependencies, plugins, parents) works in the XML editor. Instead of generating a skeleton template snippet for you to populate with maven coordinates (groupId/artifactId/version) we reuse the Artifact Search dialog. This post is a glimpse into some of the functionality that will be available in the […]

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Developing with Eclipse and Maven


December 28, 2010 By
hloney

Sonatype books are the essential references for anyone working with Apache Maven, repository management, and integrating Maven with Eclipse. Learn best practices, central concepts, and complete integration for Maven, Nexus Professional, and m2eclipse. Sonatype books offer the latest content for the software development tools you depend on. The fourth book in our series of books […]

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Introducing Sonatype Professional Suite


December 2, 2010 By
hloney

Sonatype is pleased to announce the launch of Sonatype Professional, the only integrated development suite for Maven-centric Java development. Sonatype Professional integrates and enhances a range of popular open source technologies to streamline Java software development and is specifically designed to improve both the speed and quality of your Java builds. Sonatype Professional integrates the […]

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m2e 0.12 release and the future of m2e


November 29, 2010 By
Pascal

Sonatype recently announced the availability of m2eclipse 0.12.  This release includes support for Maven 3.0 and many improvements in the HTTP transport code. This should be the last release made available from the Sonatype servers.  But not to worry, we are not stopping the development. In fact, quite conversely, we are ramping up our efforts […]

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Sonatype at NYJavaSIG this week


November 15, 2010 By
hloney

On Thursday November 18 Sonatype founder Jason van Zyl will be attending the NYJavaSIG Java user group meeting. The NYJavaSIG is a technical community comprised of Java software engineers, Java application designers, technical managers and new media Java developers that have a common interest in all aspects of Java Technology. They currently have over 6,500 […]

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