http://sourceforge.net/p/lejos/wiki/Dev ... h%20leJOS/
Using Eclipse Kepler, the instructions differ quite early from the actual experience.
5. Ensure that the branch is set to the tag name for the version of leJos you are using, e.g. 0.5.0-alpha, and click next.
I can't see how to choose this branch name in Eclipse. The only branches available are:
Executing "git tag" from the command line, I can see that there is a 0.5.0-alpha tag. I checked out this tag from the command line.
8. You should now see a list of projects that you can import. Deselect any projects that you do not require, you must have the "ev3classes" project, others are optional. Click finish.
Looks like DBusJava isn't optional, so I also imported that. In addition, I grabbed EV3HelloWorld and then continued with the instructions.
To build the program and copy it to to the EV3, make sure your EV3 is switched on, and then right-click on buil.xml, and select Run As, and then Ant Build. This should compile your program, package it as a runnable jar file and copy it to the EV3.
I get multiple errors when building. They are all from javac and they all are about missing packages and symbols, e.g.:
.../ev3/EV3HelloWorld/src/EV3HelloWorld.java:1: package lejos.hardware does not exist
[javac] import lejos.hardware.Button;