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Both of them are maven projects.
 
Both of them are maven projects.
 
Project source code can be imported:  
 
Project source code can be imported:  
import >>>> Git >>>>> project from Git using
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import >>>> Git >>>>> project  
git://git.eclipse.org/gitroot/stem/org.eclipse.stem
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from Git using
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git://git.eclipse.org/gitroot/stem/org.eclipse.stem
  
 
Or
 
Or

Revision as of 12:29, 26 December 2018

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Weekly Build

Weekly STEM builds are regularly posted on the STEM website (about weekly).

Please see the category Weekly Integration Builds on the STEM download site

deprecated

If you are a developer and have already installed and run from the development environment, 
you can create your own build for supported platforms.  After first following the instructions 
for Running STEM from the Development Environment: 
# please go to the project  org.eclipse.stem.ui
# Open the file stem.product
# On the right hand side click the link: "Eclipse Product export wizard"
# select a destination directory
# click finish


New since STEM 4.0.0

With the introduction of STEM 4.0, Stem is structured as a maven project containing two subprojects:

  - org.eclipse.stem
  - org.eclipse.stem.data.

Both of them are maven projects. Project source code can be imported:

import >>>> Git >>>>> project 
from Git using
git://git.eclipse.org/gitroot/stem/org.eclipse.stem

Or

https://<<commitername>>@git.eclipse.org/r/a/stem/org.eclipse.stem for committers

Stem as maven project is using Tycho to make its build "pomless" (meaning it is not required to have a pom.xml file for each Java project).

To build Stem product

  • right click on org.eclipse.stem.general
  • and run as >>>> maven build >>>

this will open another window to define which command can be used to run the build normally it?s enough to write ?clean verify? in the Goals field then click run

Stem data is still built using Ant as described previously

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