I wanted to learn more about crawlers and find a project on git which I didn't know how to use until yesterday. I finally achieved to import it to eclipse but now it is giving the following:
07:45:07,798 INFO [main] Main - javax.xml.transform.TransformerFactory=null
07:45:07,811 INFO [main] Main - java.endorsed.dirs=C:\Users\st\Desktop\eclipse-jee-juno-SR1-win32-x86_64\eclipse\jre\lib\endorsed
07:45:07,840 INFO [main] Main - launchFile: C:\Users\st\workspace\.metadata\.plugins\org.eclipse.wst.xsl.jaxp.launching\launch\launch.xml
07:45:08,019 FATAL [main] Main - No embedded stylesheet instruction for file: file:/C:/Users/st/git/crawler_new/pom.xml
org.eclipse.wst.xsl.jaxp.debug.invoker.TransformationException: No embedded stylesheet instruction for file: file:/C:/Users/st/git/crawler_new/pom.xml
Caused by: org.eclipse.wst.xsl.jaxp.debug.invoker.TransformationException: No embedded stylesheet instruction for file: file:/C:/Users/st/git/crawler_new/pom.xml
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It looks like you are trying to "run" the POM file in Eclipse (Run As/XSL transformation or whatever the option is) in which case Eclipse is trying to find an XSL stylesheet to transform the XML - not what you're interested in. The POM file is a file for a tool called Maven which specifies a project's structure, its dependencies, etc. You first want to download Maven and run
mvn eclipse:eclipse from the command line/shell which will generate all of the Eclipse meta-data files for the project (e.g.
.classpath, etc) and re-import your project as a Java application. Alternatively, download the m2e plugin and import it as a Maven project.
Maven may take a bit to learn but there are many tutorials available aside from the one on the Maven site, simply google it.