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With m2eclipse and m2eclipse-scala you don't need to define maven-eclipse-plugin's configuration (you should avoid using both)
m2eclipse-scala is a work in progress to ease integration between m2eclipse and scala-ide for eclipse.
What m2eclipse-scala do automaticly (on import / re-configure) ?
File > import > maven > Existing Maven Project ...
If your project doesn't list "Scala Libraries" in Build Path (or in Package Explorer), try :
Maven 2 > Update Project Configuration
The plugin is "validated" by importing the samples projects into Eclipse:
The following (older ?) solutions work without m2eclipse-scala, and are provide as fallback if you have some issue with m2eclipse-scala (in this case don't forgot to open a ticket)
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