In the parent directory execute the ant target "ant". That'll give you
a list of "targets", the interesting ones at this point are "idea",
"netbeans" or "eclipse". Those will create a project you can open in
the respective IDEs. NOTE: the first time you run an ant target, you
may be prompted to run a specific target to install "ivy".
For Solr, go into the solr directory and execute "ant server" and/or
"ant dist" to build Solr. At that point you have just what you'd get
from downloading and exploding the standard distro. Of course you have
to have java installed. Java 8 is the usual standard at this point.
Again, the solr "How to Contribute" page walks you through the steps
in more detail, I don't know why it's not found at present but it
should come back sometime
On Tue, Jan 8, 2019 at 9:36 AM Rajdeep Sahoo <[hidden email]> wrote:
> How can I set up code Base and do the changes.