To checkout and build the latest source code from the CsvJdbc git repository, use the following commands (git and Maven must first be installed).
cd $HOME mkdir workspace1 cd workspace1 git clone git://git.code.sf.net/p/csvjdbc/code csvjdbc cd csvjdbc mvn install cd target dir csvjdbc*.jar
csvjdbcusing menu option File -> New -> Java Project
src/main/javacc/org/relique/jdbc/csv/where.jjin the Eclipse Editor and then select menu option JavaCC -> Compile with javacc
CsvJdbc is available at Maven Central.
To include CsvJdbc in a Maven project,
add the following lines to the
<project> ... <dependencies> <dependency> <groupId>net.sourceforge.csvjdbc</groupId> <artifactId>csvjdbc</artifactId> <version>1.0.28</version> </dependency> </dependencies>
A change to CsvJdbc must first be entered as a Bug or Feature Request before starting development. The change will then be accepted or not accepted by a CsvJdbc administrator.
Completed changes must be provided as a git pull request and include a unit test to test the changed functionality.
Label easy is used to identify existing Easy Bugs and Easy Feature Requests that are suitable for new developers.
Updated: 6 January 2016