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file has the appropriate elements to specify the location of a source repository.

Using this feature, you can browse the central Maven repository for projects, and materialize them into Eclipse projects.

According to that thread dump, the main thread just is waiting for the download to finish (pool-1-thread-1).

How long exactly did you wait for it to finish before you aborted it?

If you want to open a Maven project in Eclipse and continue development, or if your existing Eclipse project maintains its dependencies in a in the Maven eclipse goal against your project to generate your project descriptors or update existing project descriptors.

This feature requires that you create a WSO2 Maven project using Developer Studio 3.0.0 or later.

This comes in handy if your project depends on a third-party open source library, and you need to get your hands on the source code.

Instead of tracking down the project web site and figuring out how to check it out of Subversion, just use the m2eclipse project to magically "materialize" the Eclipse project.

The default request timeout is 60s, so I'm curious whether the transfer eventually fails with a timeout error after that period.

If indeed the download itself gets stuck, you might need to bug Oracle about that issue in their HTTP client code.

When JAVA_HOME is set to the Java 7 JDK and I run "mvn clean install" on my project the following happens: Maven downloads the dependencies to my local repository, as usual, but on some dependencies he stops while downloading and never continues. I then must use CTRL C and start from the beginning with my build, but it doesnt help because he gets stuck at the same dependencies again.