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I followed instructions in a book as to how to download and install a Maven project for Eclipse - mvn clean package and mvn eclipse:clean eclipse:eclipse and then create a new Eclipse project from the existing source.
Often times, Eclipse IDE may need access to the Internet for some plugins install and update.
If your computer is behind a proxy server, most company do, Eclipse will keep hanging and take very long time to process and failed at the end.
Maven POM Editor (Optional) (0.9.8.200905041414) requires plug-in "org.core".
Maven issue tracking configurator for Mylyn (Optional) (0.9.5.20080717-1821) requires plug-in "org.eclipse.mylyn.tasks.core".
Maven issue tracking configurator for Mylyn 3.x (Optional) (0.9.8.200905041414) requires plug-in "org.eclipse.mylyn.(3.0.0)", or compatible.
Maven SCM handler for Subclipse (Optional) (0.9.8.200905041414) requires plug-in "org.tigris.subversion.subclipse.core".
Whenever a new version of the toolsets changes the supported Java versions and/or Eclipse releases, this will be mentioned in the changelog.
Make sure you always follow the upgrade instructions from the changelog. If Eclipse indicates that no updates are available, while you are sure that an updated version has been released, please restart Eclipse.
However I now have to update one of the jar files to a newer version for a bug fix, and I don't know how.
The updated jar is at I tried copying the new jar into the library folder where the other jars for the Eclipse plugin are stored and adding it to the build path of the project as an external jar (couldn't figure out how to get it in as part of the existing library) but it didn't work. Or do something with the short pom file that goes with the updated jar, like edit the original pom file on my system (which obviously covers a whole bunch of other jars) to add stuff from the short pom file, and if so which bits of the file? Probably the Number 1 selling point of Maven is that it fetches and caches dependencies for you.
Please see https:// RCP/and https:// Plugin/for an introduction.