This "workspace" repository is shown in Figure 6.10, “Browsing the m2eclipse Workspace Repository” under the Local Repository folder.If you expand this folder, you will see artifacts that correspond to your workspace project as shown in Figure 6.10, “Browsing the m2eclipse Workspace Repository”.
This is default repository from which Maven will retrieve dependencies and other artifacts needed during a build.
If you expand the central repository, you will be able to browse the contents of the repository and double click on specific artifacts.
Switch it on if you rather edit the POM XML source directly instead of the POM form.
M2eclipse provides a label decorator that shows you the Maven version number on a project node in the project explorer. This tells Eclipse to resolve dependencies between workspace projects directly instead of going through the local Maven repository.
If your organization maintains a number of specialized, segregated repositories that hold snapshots, you may not want to include these artifacts in simple searches for artifacts that contain a particular identifier or class.
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If you use an Eclipse package that does not come with Maven Integration for Eclipse pre-installed, you can install it by following the installation instruction on the Maven Integration for Eclipse website.
Once you have installed Maven Integration for Eclipse successfully you can tweak some of the default settings by going to on the POM editor preference form.
Double-clicking on one of the artifacts shown in Figure 6.9, “Browsing a Global Repository” will load that artifact's POM in the Form-based POM Editor.
m2eclipse maintains an index of artifacts generated by your Eclipse workspace.
If m2eclipse is managing a local repository (local or workspace) it will use the open source Nexus indexer to create and maintain a local index.