Stack just committed the patch on HBASE-4336, so trunk is back open
(hurray)! Good luck weathering the download storm for trunk now - the patch
was 35M uncompressed. See earlier emails in this thread on how to update
your open patches.
The current layout has become:
hbase-server is going to be refactored into hbase-common, hbase-server and
hbase-site is where all the website stuff eventually ends up (including the
doc book, and built javadocs)
hbase-assembly does all the work of building the final tarball.
For those using m2eclipse (or have eclipse Indigo or higher), you should
just be able to import the project as a maven project directly. This is the
recommended method. It might throw some errors on the initial import, but
you can ignore them - they should resolve with a couple of refreshes.
For those not using maven in their IDE, to build the eclipse project stuff,
mvn clean install -DskipTests eclipse:eclipse
This is a little wonky because we have multiple packages. Such is life in
To build the website, use:
mvn clean package -DskipTests site
Things that have gone away:
- old hadoop versions: now we only support hadoop 1.0.3 (Default),
2.0.0-SNAPSHOT, 3.0.0-SNAPSHOT. They are still activated the same way as
- failsafe plugin for integration tests: initially added to help break up
testing, no longer needed with classified unit tests
You can still run in-situ from the codebase, as long as you have built the
code first. The minimum to run is:
mvn clean test-compile
though you may need to run
mvn clean package -DskipTests
in some cases, before calling bin/start-hbase.sh
On Fri, May 25, 2012 at 8:54 AM, Stack <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> On Thu, May 24, 2012 at 12:29 PM, Jesse Yates <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
> > All,
> > Its taking a little longer than hoped. Thanks for being patient with
> > commits. Hopefully done shortly - will let you know when we have made the
> > switch.
> FYI, we are still at it. Hopefully we'll be done today.
> (I looooovvvveeeee Maven)