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Andrew.Flint
Post subject: Maven support and subscriptions  PostPosted: Feb 18, 2010 - 02:43 PM
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I have been using MyEclipse as a professional for many years now so I don't see why I should have to pay extra for the privilege of using maven in MyEclipse when I can using standard eclipse for free.

I was happy paying the subscription for all the extra's that come with MyEclipse but I do not understand why genuitec have introduced a multi tiered subscriptions - surely we are all using MyEclipse "professionally" - who does this stuff for fun!
 
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Post subject: RE: Maven support and subscriptions  PostPosted: Mar 02, 2010 - 11:07 PM
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Andrew,

First, thanks for your support over the years! However, it appears that there's a bit of a misunderstanding here as we don't charge you to use plain Maven in MyEclipse at all. What we provide within MyEclipse is a highly integrated version of Maven support, based on an enhanced version of m2eclipse, that we call Maven4MyEclipse. Our implementation has been enhanced to work well with MyEclipse project types and contains numerous other enhancements and simplifications to m2eclipse that are useful for MyEclipse users. It's for these enhancements that we're charging for as part of our Professional edition.

However, if you'd like to simply use "plain" m2eclipse, with a MyEclipse Standard subscription you can certainly do that easily. Just open the MyEclipse dashboard and select that you'd like to uninstall Maven4MyEclipse and install m2eclipse from the catalog instead. When it reboots you'll have MyEclipse Standard plus plain Maven support for no additional charge.

As for why we have different versions of the product, they're simply because adding new features costs us time and money and we don't want all our users to pay for things that might not be of value to them. So, we break features up basically like this:
MyEclipse Standard: All Java EE tools and servers
MyEclipse Professional: Standard + non-Java EE stuff that's really useful in many development scenarios
MyEclipse Blue: Professional + tons of WebSphere-specific add-ons.

Hope that helps clear things up a bit and keeps you as a happy MyEclipse user.

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