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New with Maven(m2eclipse)

prasenjitkumar das

Joined: Mar 17, 2010
Posts: 12
Hi all,

I have installed maven eclipse plugin i.e m2eclipse from "sonatype" . I have no experience with m2eclipse. Right now i want to set up a repository which will be used by my team members as well. So, can anyone give me a detailed description on how to "set up a repository" in which i can install jars which instead will be used by my fellow team members.

Thanking in anticipation,

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David Newton

Joined: Sep 29, 2008
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m2eclipse has nothing to do with setting up a local Maven repository.

Are you sure you're asking what you're actually asking? You don't need to explicitly set up a local Maven repository just to use Maven--just running Maven will create a personal repository for yourself in your home directory (by default). If you want to set up a shared repository that's a completely different thing, and your best bet is to go through the tutorials available on the web.
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