Myeclipse maven updating indexes
Note that this behaviour, although useful in situations were you want to override resources found in classpath containers, will made JRE classes loaded after 3rd party jars, so enabling it is not suggested.
Default value is: and the source or javadoc attachment has a status cache to indicate that it is not available, then the remote repository will be rechecked for a source or javadoc attachment and the status cache updated to reflect the new state.
Well I've saw on google that someone in the myeclipse forums actually "removed maven4myeclipse" ( BB2-viewtopic-t-21172-highlight-m2eclipse.html) and instead installed m2eclipse.
Adds including="" to the classpathentry of the eclipse .classpath file.
I warned Wayne Parrot from Genuitec that changing the way Maven worked by default, or at least the attempt to, would result in unhappy Maven users.
None of our documentation would apply, users could not use conventional modes of support like the Maven users lists, or the m2eclipse users lists, and they couldn't benefit from standard books, or the Maven website.
It looks like the project source folders (as seen in the Build Path properties page) aren't set properly.
Also, running mvn eclipse:eclipse is not necessary, with My Eclipse, and may cause problems.