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== Relation Analyzer for OSM == This project contains the source code for the Relation Analyzer which is available online at http://ra.osmsurround.org. The Relation Analyzer is written in Java. It is build using the SpringFramework http://www.springframework.org/. Apache Maven http://maven.apache.org is used as the build system. == Building == To build the Relation Analyzer launch: mvn package This will create a WAR file in the target folder with the name "relation-analyzer.war". Place this file in the webapps folder of your servlet container http://tomcat.apache.org and launch the server. You can then access the Relation Analyzer with http://localhost:8080/relation-analyzer == Hacking == The source code has some test case coverage so you should be fine to be able to do some hacking without braking major functionality. As for the IDE, I recommend the SpringSource Tool Suite: http://www.springsource.com/downloads/sts It already has some useful plugins on board. Basically you can also use the Web Developer Editon of Eclipse and install all the plugins you need yourself. Here is a list of plugins you'll definitely need: M2Eclipse - http://www.eclipse.org/m2e/ JAXB2 Extension for M2Eclipse - https://github.com/hwellmann/m2eclipse-extras/raw/master/p2 Use the above URL as an update site in Eclipse. If you open it in the browser it will give you 404 - file not found. EGit - http://eclipse.org/egit/ To set things up, please follow the steps below: 1. Setup the Git repo in eclipse. 2. Checkout the amenity-editor project 3. Right click on the amenity-editor project and choose "Configure > Convert to Maven Project" 4. Right click on the amenity-editor project and choose "Run As... > maven generate-sources" At this point the project should compile fine. If it does not, please do the following: Right click on the amenity-editor project and choose "Maven > Update Project Configuration..." Now you should be able to run the tests: 5. Right click on the amenity-editor project and choose "Run As... > JUnit test" Is the bar green? Good. == Running in Eclipse == You can launch the Relation Analyzer directly in Eclipse. You will need to have a Servlet Container setup. If everything is OK, you can right click on the project and choose "Run As... > Run on Server". Then open this link: http://localhost:8080/relation-analyzer