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You will need to obtain the source= code from Git.
Once this is done, you will need Maven 2 (minimum is Maven 2.2.1)= to build the project. The dependencies required for building and construct= ing IzPack are automatically downloaded by Maven over the Internet.
Do not be worried if your first build takes ages while "Maven d= ownloads the whole Internet"
To run a complete build, just do "mvn install" in the= root of the project directory.
If all tests success, an IzPack installer is produced in izpack-dist/tar= get/izpack-dist-version-izpack.jar
We do not provide IDE-specific project files. We won't add them back to = the source code either. Instead, everything is on Maven.
IntelliJ IDEA provides out-of-the box Maven integration, meaning that a =
pom.xml can directly serve as a project file.
The open source / community edition of IntelliJ IDEA has all the feature= s you need for hacking on IzPack, so it is a potentially good choice to= let yourself go and try it. Seriously.
Some Eclipse plugins (such as m2eclipse) provide Maven integrat= ion.
Otherwise you can use the Eclipse Maven = plugin to generate project files for you:
For your projects to build in Eclipse, you will need to tweak the Eclips=
e configuration to add a build variable called
M2_REPO, which =
points to your local Maven repository (usually
~/.m2/repository). Otherwise you can also use a specific Maven goal for that.
Newer versions of Eclipse (4.X) in particular with m2e (Also working wit=
h older versions of Eclipse 3.8 for example) instead of m2eclipse will work=
without any need to do
mvn eclipse:eclipse. Just import =
the project from the root into Eclipse via import->Maven Project.
For code style formatting, use this profile and import it to Eclipse: Preferences -> J= ava -> Code Style -> Formatter -> Import...
Netbeans is a friend of Maven too!