The URL for source is svn://bugblade.com.
Here's a quick writeup on how to get the source and docs into eclipse so that the Eclipse's context-sensitive documentation kicks in:
Setting up Subclipse
Since we're dealing with a subversion repository, and Eclipse doesn't have "built-in" SVN support (only CVS), we're going to need to install the de-facto standard plugin for handling the BUG source, Subclipse.
- Open Help -> Software Update -> Find And Install like you did when you were installing the Dragonfly SDK. Choose "Search for new features" and add a new remote update site to the list. The name doesn't matter, as long as you can identify it as the Subclipse repository in the future. The URL for this new update site is:
- Go ahead and let it snag the information from this update site. When it's done, it'll ask you what you'd like to install from Subclipse; ignore the Integrations and just go straight for the Subclipse plugin.
- Click through the license agreements and let Eclipse restart itself when when the plugin's done installing.
When Eclipse comes back up, you should now have SVN support enabled.
Importing the SDK source and docs
- Head up to File -> Import. There'll be a new entry on your list, under Other, called Checkout Projects from SVN. Hit it.
- Since you don't have any repositories defined yet, you'll need to set one up. Click through to the Select/Create Location dialog and point it at
- It'll talk to the internets for a second or two and ask you which folder you want. Highlight "trunk" and hit next.
- Choose what you'll call the source (I left it as "trunk") and check out the Head Revision unless you know for sure you need another version of the source. Click through.
- Point it at the same workspace that you're doing BUG development in and hit Finish.
It'll chug for a few minutes while it downloads a bunch of stuff from bugblade.com. If all goes well, you'll end up with a new non-BUG project in your current workspace that consists of all the source you just snagged. Eclipse is smart enough to use the javadoc in this for context-sensitive documentation.
Thanks koolatron! This looks like something that could migrate into the wiki at some point….