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See [https://git.eclipse.org/c/recommenders/org.eclipse.recommenders.git/about/ here] for a description how to build Code Recommenders from source.
 
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Building Eclipse Code Recommenders from sources should be pretty easy. If some of the steps below fail - let us know.
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= Build Prerequisites =
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On your development machine, you should have installed/use:
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* '''Eclipse 3.7+''':
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** Plug-in Developer package (you need the ''plugin development environment'')
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** Xtend 2.2+ Plug-ins (only needed when writing tests with Xtend)
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* '''command line:'''
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** Maven 3.0+
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= Building with Tycho  =
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<pre>$ git clone http://git.eclipse.org/gitroot/recommenders/org.eclipse.recommenders.git
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$ cd org.eclipse.recommenders
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$ mvn clean install
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</pre>
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''mvn clean install'' automatically executes the maven builds for Eclipse 4.2 platform. If you want to build Code Recommenders for 3.7 just use
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<pre>$ mvn clean install -P e3x
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</pre>
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A list of defined maven profiles you can specify with ''-P'':
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* '''e3x''': Builds Code Recommender with Eclipse 3.x target platform. A consumable P2 update site is generated under dist/org.eclipse.recommenders.head.e37/target/repository/
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* '''e42''': Builds Code Recommender with Eclipse 4.2 target platform. A consumable P2 update site is generated under dist/org.eclipse.recommenders.head.e37/target/repository/
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* '''server''' Builds Code Recommender server product. A product zip file is stored under /dist/org.eclipse.recommenders.product.server/target/products/
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* '''build-server''': This profile is considered to be run on the hudson.eclipse.org only. Running it locally won't work.
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Sidenote: It's possible to specify more than one profile at the same time using a comma separated list as in "-P e3x,server". Note, that there is no whitespace between the profiles. Note further that e3x and e42 are mutually exclusive since they specify the build environment using target definition files.
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= Building from Eclipse Workspace  =
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Configuring Eclipse Code Recommenders Workspace for Eclipse is slightly more complicated:
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On command line do:
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<pre>$ git clone http://git.eclipse.org/gitroot/recommenders/org.eclipse.recommenders.git
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$ cd org.eclipse.recommenders
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$ mvn clean install
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</pre>
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This is currently required ''once'' to download the models archive for override completion.
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Then,
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#Import all projects into your Eclipse workspace.
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# Set workspace encoding to UTF-8.
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#Set the workspace's target platform.
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##Go to etc/targets/
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##Open 'e37.target' target definition with target platform editor. For developing for Eclipse 4.2 just use e42.target instead.
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##Wait until Eclipse resolved all dependencies. Check the progress view to see when resolving finished.
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##Now click on the 'Set as target platform' link on the upper right corner of the editor.
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#Wait until workspace is rebuild and all compile errors went away (maybe except from a few projects)
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#Done. Start a new Eclipse runtime and trigger code completion on some Eclipse UI classes. The screenshot below gives a feature-based runtime configuration for Eclipse 3.7. Use that as starting point for your own configuration.
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[[Image:Recommenders_example_runtime_configuration.png|Example Confoguration w/ Eclipse 3.7]]
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= Troubleshooting  =
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If anything does not work as expected, report it to http://eclipse.org/forums/eclipse.recommenders. We are glad to lend a hand to get the build working for you.
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Latest revision as of 07:00, 6 January 2014

See here for a description how to build Code Recommenders from source.

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