With m2e, you can use Maven within Eclipse in a natural and intuitive interface. *Requires Eclipse Marketplace Client")Cannot complete the install because one or more required items could not be found.
Software being installed: m2e - Maven Integration for Eclipse (includes Incubating components) 188.8.131.5240606-0033 (org.eclipse.m2e.feature.feature.group 184.108.40.20640606-0033) Missing requirement: Maven Integration for Eclipse 220.127.116.1140606-0033 (org.eclipse.m18.104.22.16840606-0033) requires 'bundle org.slf41.6.2' but it could not be found Cannot satisfy dependency: From: Maven POM XML Editor 22.214.171.12440606-0033 (org.eclipse.m2e.126.96.36.19940606-0033) To: bundle org.eclipse.m2[1.5.0,1.6.0) Cannot satisfy dependency: From: m2e - Maven Integration for Eclipse (includes Incubating components) 188.8.131.5240606-0033 (org.eclipse.m2e.feature.feature.group 184.108.40.20640606-0033) To: org.eclipse.m2e.[220.127.116.1140606-0033]Suddenly maven was disappeared all of my work spaces. I tried to recover by uninstalling and re installing m2e, but didn't work.
We’ll use that project to demonstrate these features.
By right-clicking on the camel-core project, and selecting the Maven menu item, you can see the available Maven features.
Finally I did a 'mvn clean' from the command line and restarted the eclipse. Connection reset Anyone else having trouble downloading/installing? Read timed out Hi I am running Juno on a Win7 64-bit machine and have installed the Maven Integration for Eclipse package plus the WTP integration package via the Eclipse MArketplace and Discovery dialogues respectively. with the maven-archetype-quistart archetype then selected Run As../Maven build .... Regards I've been waiting for what seems like forever for the built in installer to finish calculating requirements and dependencies.