Eclipse updating maven dependencies hangs

.906 [DEBUG] [org.internal.artifacts.ivyservice.resolveengine. Dependency Graph Builder] Attaching jasperreports#jasperreports;4.6.0(default) to its parents. .921 [DEBUG] [org.internal.artifacts.ivyservice.resolveengine. Dependency Graph Builder] Attaching org.javax.transaction#jboss-transaction-api_1.1_spec;1.0.0. .921 [DEBUG] [org.internal.artifacts.ivyservice.resolveengine. Dependency Graph Builder] Attaching bouncycastle#bctsp-jdk14;138(master) to its parents. .921 [DEBUG] [org.internal.artifacts.ivyservice.resolveengine. Dependency Graph Builder] Attaching org.springframework#spring-core;3.1.1. .921 [DEBUG] [org.internal.artifacts.ivyservice.resolveengine. Dependency Graph Builder] Attaching org.slf4j#slf4j-api;1.6.4(default) to its parents. .921 [DEBUG] [org.internal.artifacts.ivyservice.resolveengine. Dependency Graph Builder] Attaching org.springframework#spring-expression;3.1.1. .921 [DEBUG] [org.internal.artifacts.ivyservice.resolveengine. Dependency Graph Builder] Attaching commons-lang#commons-lang;2.5(master) to its parents.

.906 [DEBUG] [org.internal.artifacts.ivyservice.resolveengine. Dependency Graph Builder] Attaching junit#junit;4.10(compile) to its parents. .921 [DEBUG] [org.internal.artifacts.ivyservice.resolveengine. Dependency Graph Builder] Attaching org.slf4j#slf4j-log4j12;1.6.4(compile) to its parents. .921 [DEBUG] [org.internal.artifacts.ivyservice.resolveengine. Dependency Graph Builder] Attaching org.javax.transaction#jboss-transaction-api_1.1_spec;1.0.0. .921 [DEBUG] [org.internal.artifacts.ivyservice.resolveengine. Dependency Graph Builder] Attaching org.springframework#spring-core;3.1.1. .921 [DEBUG] [org.internal.artifacts.ivyservice.resolveengine. Dependency Graph Builder] Attaching org.springframework#spring-expression;3.1.1. .921 [DEBUG] [org.internal.artifacts.ivyservice.resolveengine. Dependency Graph Builder] Attaching c3p0#c3p0;0.9.1.2(compile) to its parents.

Eclipse is great and I (still) love it – but our relationship really gets poisoned by this kind of things...

Hi, I’m using Gradle 1.0 on Windows 7 64bit with the following build.gradle. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- build.gradle: .encoding =‘UTF-8’ ext.webapps = “c:/WS/.metadata/.plugins/org.server.core/tmp0/webapps” source Sets jar // from where will we resolve our dependencies? dependencies // end Dependencies // deploy the war to Tomcat task deploy(type: Copy, depends On: war) test upload Archives task “force Test” …

I would love that framework vendors focus first on command-line integration with tools like Maven and Ant, and then provide IDE integration for a few popular environments, including Eclipse, Netbeans, and my personal choice, Intelli J IDEA.

This would reinforce competition between IDE vendors instead of killing it while considerably lowering the barrier to entry to their frameworks.

So if you’ve already been in that situation, and you start to think there’s gotta be a better way, try out Intelli J IDEA.

My first choice was to continue using Eclipse and just use the Scala plugin. Being a long time Java developer I had heard about Intelli J but did not realize they had a Community Edition (read=free) version.

Maybe it’s my version or something, but the Eclipse plugin really doesn’t work. Looking around the internet people have real remedies like close and re-open the app, close and re-open the file, close and re-open the IDE… At this point being so frustrated with Eclipse, why not? Quick, easy to use, no goofy errors, auto-complete, compile. I am thinking of dumping Eclipse completely at this point and just using Intelli J. BTW, if you change the POJO then you have to go through a similar set of steps.

Or like now, I have 2 maven projects at the same level referencing the same parent POM, and one of the projects says it can’t find the parent artifact, whether the other one seems to find it without problem. This is really the perfect example of when Open Source can also kill innovation instead of fostering it.

And when that kind of things happen, the only thing to do is to try a combination of closing all projects and reopening them, clean all projects to force a clean build, or even restart the whole Eclipse workbench. How can Spring Source support such a poorly designed environment while admitting such unacceptable bugs? It’s free so everybody uses it, including corporate customers, so all tool vendors base their tools on it (Spring IDE, Flex Builder, Weblogic Portal Workshop, etc.), so even more people use it (even if they have better tools in their bag), and we’re screwed.

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