so I figured what caused my maven setup to suck. .m2 was corrupted.
But now I encounter another small problem. I have a library
(page-runtime) which is a dependency of another project (page).
When editing page in eclipse I want to have source code and/or javadoc
set in .classpath. I could do that manually, but mvn eclipse:eclipse
-DdownloadSources=true should do that, but it does not.
Any advice on that?
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