Eclipse maven plugin updating indexes
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If so, please read note in installation reqs page  or better update to Subclipse 1.4 If you see this with Subclipse 1.4, can you take a thread dump of Eclipse JVM process  and send it to us.
Thanks Eugene  Requirements#Installation Requirements-Install Subclipse FAQ#Project FAQ-Howtogenerateathreaddump--------------------------------------------------------------------- To unsubscribe from this list, please visit: Hello Guys, Surprisingly I'm facing the same problem but couldn't able to get away with it:( I'm new to ESB Maven with Eclipse world so please help me resolve this problem.
My hunch is that this is somehow related to me running maven on the command line as well. Do you have repeatable way to reproduce endless build?
I think I saw this problem couple of weeks ago but it went away after I ran "mvn clean package" from command line and refreshed from eclipse. Although I did not have so much tpme to dig it in, if m2eclipse and subversion is used together in the same work space then startup initialization ends up with deadlocks, both trying to acquire semaphores.
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The Maven Eclipse Plugin is used to generate Eclipse IDE files (*.classpath, *.project, *.wtpmodules and the .settings folder) for use with a project.It would be nice if you could just check timestamps instead of reloading the POM and keep the info necessary to track snapshots in some other location to avoid the whole long process.Yeah, this is all public: On a related note, I'm often getting stuck in an endless "building workspace" step now which seems to be related to the maven plugin.I don't see any reason why it should have to load all my POMs and update dependencies when I restart, which is what it seems to be doing.Dan-- Dan Diephouse dependencies when I restart, which is what it seems to be doing. So, it only updates dependencies when pom changes, but in order to track changes we need to load all Maven projects when IDE starts.