The advanced features of POM editor

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    g000026
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    Have been removed in the MyEclipse 10 the advanced features of POM editor (eg dependency graph)

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    Brian Fernandes
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    g000026,

    In MyEclipse 10 we have moved to a newer version of the m2Eclipse integration, which is now an official Eclipse project. The newer m2Eclispe distribution has removed these tabs since they were not working correctly or were too high maintenance. We’ll see if we can do anything to restore them.

    Here is the corresponding post from the m2e team http://dev.eclipse.org/mhonarc/lists/m2e-users/msg00973.html

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    g000026
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    Ok thanks for your quick response

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    urlgrrrl
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    I’ve come to realize how much I depended on the advanced tabs, especially Build, Profiles, and Plugins.

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    support-swapna
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    urlgrrrl,

    We have an Enhancement Request filed for it.Our team is looking at the possibility to restore them.

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