Unfortunately I had some problems with the approach described at Setting up Eclipse IDE (OBSOLETE). For me, the following approach works:

Test Environment

  • Mac OS X 10.5
  • Eclipse 3.3.2

Checking out

  1. I'd recommend to keep Sling in a separated workspace, since it consists of a large number of projects.
  2. Install the Subclipse and Maven 2 plug-ins as described in Setting up Eclipse IDE (OBSOLETE).
  3. Right-click in the Package Explorer and select Import....
  4. Choose Other -> Check out Maven Projects from SCM.
  5. A dialog appears. Choose the following settings:
  6. Click the Finish button.
  7. After a while, quite a lot of projects should appear in the Package Explorer window, and the console should indicate that Maven downloads the dependencies.
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