I think it would be good to put these up on the Wiki.

On Apr 12, 2010, at 5:15 AM, Paolo Castagna wrote:

> Hi Rich,
> I felt exactly the same pain last week, when I wanted to have Solr (and
> Lucene) configured as Eclipse projects for developing a small patch [1]
> (my first to Solr).
> I could have done without Eclipse, but since I might want to post more
> patches, I want to have Solr properly configured in Eclipse.
> Other Apache projects, even if they do not commit .classpath and
> .project files in SVN, provide a way to create them.
> See, for example, Hadoop [2].
> You can find my .classpath and .project Eclipse files for Lucene and
> Solr attached to this email. Be warned, I have included only the minimal
> number of contribs and do not consider me an authoritative source of
> information for Lucene or Solr.
> For Lucene, I needed two more jars from Ant project:
> - ant-1.7.1.jar
> - ant-junit-1.7.1.jar
> I copied them in the ./lucene/lib directory.
> Finally, there are some comments about Eclipse on the Solr wiki [3],
> but I did not find them useful. Perhaps, someone from the Solr team,
> if using Eclipse, could share his experience.
> "These are the sort of things", he said with bit of sarcasm and humor, "that 
> make you feel lucky to use Maven." :-)
> Let me know how it goes.
> Paolo
> [1] https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/SOLR-1531
> [2] https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/HADOOP-6407
> [3] 
> http://wiki.apache.org/solr/HowToContribute#Notes_for_Eclipse_and_the_New_Merged_Lucene.2BAC8-Solr_checkout
> Rich Cariens wrote:
>> Ahoy ahoy,
>> Would anyone be willing to share their Eclipse project files for Solr and
>> Lucene?  I can go through the motions but I'd rather be consistent with
>> other Eclipse users.
>> Thanks in advance,
>> Rich
> <lucene.zip><solr.zip>

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