Compiling example modules under Eclipse
Examples modules can be obtained from Mesquite's SVN repository
You must install and configure Eclipse, Subclipse, and Mesquite
as specified on the source code
To download the Example Modules source code, switch your Eclipse
perspective to the "SVN Repository Browsing" perspective.
Then, you need to add the Mesquite Examples SVN Repository using
the +SVN button located at the top-right corner of the left-hand
SVN Repository panel -- use the following URL
Once the URL has been added, you should see it in your SVN Repository
view. Expand the URL to reveal a single item, Example Modules.
Right-click (Ctrl-click on Mac) the Example Modules folder and
select "Checkout." In the dialog that comes up, leave
the default selection selected (Check out as a project in the
workspace) and click "Finish." This will begin the process
of checking out the Example Modules source code to your computer.
Once this is completed, you should switch back to the Java perspective
where you will see a new project, called "Example Modules".
In addition you need to tell Mesquite how to find the class files
for the compiled example modules. You can do that by creating
a file classpaths.xml and placing it within your workspace into
Mesquite Project/Mesquite_Folder. The classpaths.xml file should
have a format as follows:
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