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BOOK: Professional Java Tools for Extreme Programming
This is the forum to discuss the Wrox book Professional Java Tools for Extreme Programming: Ant, XDoclet, JUnit, Cactus,and Maven by Richard Hightower, Warner Onstine, Paul Visan, Damon Payne, Joseph D. Gradecki, Kate Rhodes, Robert Watkins, Erik Meade; ISBN: 9780764556173
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Default What about Eclipse?

First of all, allow me to say that I'm satisfied with the book.
There's a lot of usefull stuff in there.
But I bought the book because it said on the cover " Finally, they show you how to work with XP tools in the new Eclipse IDE." and since I'm pretty new to Eclipse, I thought it would fit perfectly.
I was quite disapointed when I noticed that the authors don't mention more about Eclipse than "You want to use Maven in Eclipse? Go get the plugin". This ain't very usefull. I suppose most Eclipse users know where to get the plugins.
I'd expect to learn how to customize the source folders in an Eclipse java project for example (which I haven't figured out yet, and which is not explained in the Eclipse doc).
Work to do for the next print, boys!;)

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