I just started looking at MyEclipse again to help me develop a J2EE application. I created a J2EE project. MyEclipse added all needed libraries over without the source which I believe are freely available.
How do I setup MyEclipse to also include the source of those libraries?
Or do I have to do it by hand. Let me know
What you can do manuall is create a User Library in Eclipse, and attach the source to it. By default MyEclipse does not ship with the source for its J2EE 1.4 Library (I think a huge concern is size… if we shipped attached sources for J2EE, Struts, Hibernate, JSF, JSTL, etc…) MyEclipse would be like a 400mb download.
I don’t… the J2EE source you can get from Sun’s site, Struts you can get from the struts.apache.org site, JSF you can get from Sun’s site, JSTL you can get from Jakarta or Sun I believe and Hibernate you can get from Hibernate’s site (look for the -src download).