Re: Container dependencies downloading

From: Manfred Riem <>
Date: Wed, 03 Jul 2013 09:22:03 -0500

Hi Anthony,

Let me know how it goes. We can remove the Eclipse project
files if they cause issues.


On 7/3/2013 8:45 AM, Anthony wrote:
> I haven't figured out what is going on yet but if I do then I can
> probably manage to keep it up to date. I'm not actually sure what
> Arjan is referring to about the eclipse project files as I wasn't
> aware that there were any in the source to start with. However I'm
> hoping to get a bit more time to look into this over the weekend.
> *From:*Manfred Riem []
> *Sent:* 03 July 2013 14:13
> *To:*
> *Cc:* arjan tijms
> *Subject:* Re: Container dependencies downloading
> HI Arjan and/or Anthony,
> Can either one of you keep it up to date?
> Thanks!
> Manfred
> On 7/3/2013 4:39 AM, arjan tijms wrote:
> Hi guys,
> On Mon, Jul 1, 2013 at 4:09 PM, Manfred Riem
> < <>> wrote:
> I am afraid that I don't know how Eclipse deals with it then. Note
> that the ant
> build file relies on those properties so if in Eclipse they are
> not used then it
> could show the problem you are seeing.
> A while ago I encountered the exact same issue.
> There are a few independent project files committed for Eclipse,
> but at least a while ago they were all severely outdated. Eclipse
> can run the ant build file(s), but that's an isolated action and
> doesn't effect the Eclipse native project files. Meaning, you'll
> end up with a useable build but there are a lot of errors shown in
> the source files so you can't really use any of the Eclipse editor
> features like navigate into, open call hierarchy, etc.
> I think someone should either update the Eclipse project files and
> keep them up to date with changes in the ant build file, or just
> remove the Eclipse project files entirely. As it stands the
> situation is indeed a little confusing.
> Kind regards,
> Arjan Tijms