erik.hatcher at gmail
Jul 11, 2012, 7:59 AM
Post #2 of 6
I think everything you need is spelled out here: <http://wiki.apache.org/solr/HowToConfigureEclipse>
Re: Just getting started with Eclipse & lucene source code -- please help
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On Jul 11, 2012, at 10:34 , jellyman wrote:
> Can you help me please? I need a bit of help more with Eclipse IDE and its
> intetraction with Solr. First, some background. I am going to make a
> contribution to Solr (or Lucene or whatever). I have the algorithm that I
> want to contribute all ready to go with tests in Java. I converted it from
> C# (my native language). I have downloaded the Solr/Lucene source code to
> C:\trunk from http://svn.apache.org/repos/asf/lucene/dev/trunk
> My problem is I'm a bit unfamiliar with Eclipse and how to open the trunk
> folder/project or import it or whatever you do ie get it into Eclipse, get
> it running, add my code, rebuild, rerun test etc...
> Can someone please take me by the hand and go through this in pedantic
> point format for a lepton like me? Visual Studio has me spoilt :-)
> What I have on my box is the following: Eclipse IDE version Indigo Service
> Release 2 and I also installed Jetty for some reason and as mentioned
> previously I have the lucene truck at C:\trunk.
> I need granularity like:
> 1. Eclipse -> New Project -> etc...
> 2. File -> import -> something
> 3. Do something else important
> n. Run -> project compiles successfully (yipee)
> n+1. Now add your Java class & tests... (time for the real work!)
> N+2. I can take it from there (Jira task, etc...)
> Thanks in advance,
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