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This page describes how to get started if you want to build Acti= viti Designer yourself or if you want to extend Activiti Designer's feature= s. It assumes you have a working knowledge of Eclipse, Maven and RCP develo= pment.
As you can see, there are quite a number of projects in this tree. You w= ill need to have all of them in your Eclipse workspace to build Designer yo= urself. It's important that you perform a checkout of all of these projects= as top level projects in your workspace. Obviously, you c= an do without the examples folder, but you need the other projects.
Open a console and navigate to the directory of your Eclipse workspa= ce and then into the org.activiti.designer.parent directory, which is of co= urse the directory of the project with the same name. Now perform the follo= wing Maven commands:
This might take a while because Maven will now download a lot of depende= ncies to your local repository and setup the projects. Make sure the comman= d ends with a Build Successful so you know everything's OK as far as Maven = is concerned.
This section briefly describes the different projects used in Activiti D= esigner.