Audience: Jenkins developers who use Eclipse as their IDE
Jenkins does not compile on Java5.
Click New, then specify your M2_REPO location, for example:
From "File" > "Import" > "Existing projects into workspace"
Setting up Jenkins to run as web app within tomcat/eclipse (using eclipse 3.3, tomcat 6.0, sysdeo tomcat plugin):
If you are changing multiple modules, the most reliable way to have the correct version appear first on the tomcat classpath is to add the imported version of the module to the classpath of the plugin you're debugging, then only add the plugin project to Tomcat's classpath. For example, this shows the Jenkins-core project added to the build path of the perforce plugin.
After you add the jenkins-core project to the classpath, use the 'Order and Export' tab to move the jenkins-core project before the jar version (in M2_REPO) of jenkins-core. Also, you must check the checkbox to the left of jenkins-core, otherwise Tomcat will not be able to load any of the classes in jenkins-core.
When the plugin has been installed, create a new Task repository with the following settings:
To create a query to the issue tracker
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