Eclipse m2e-wtp 0.16.0 has been released, just in time for Juno SR1. It
requires an Eclipse Java EE distribution, at least m2e 1.1 (though 1.2 is
recommended) and can be installed from its p2 update site  or the
Eclipse Marketplace .
This 0.16.0 release, while being primarily focused on bug fixes from the
former m2eclipse-wtp version, adds some new features to help you convert
your Java EE Eclipse projects to Maven. You will probably want to read the
New and Noteworthy  and changelog .
Please note that, Eclipse m2e-wtp and Sonatype's m2eclipse-wtp overlap and
can not be installed together :
* if you try to update your Eclipse installation via "Help > Install New
Software...", m2e-wtp won't install because of the conflict with
m2eclipse-wtp (this is a bug in p2).
* if you add the m2e-wtp update site to your list of Available Update
Sites, doing "Help > Find Updates" should find m2e-wtp as a suitable
replacement for m2eclipse-wtp, and everything should update properly.
The safest path to upgrade is to start from a clean Eclipse installation.
Finally I'd like to give some kudos to the WTP team from IBM, who was
really instrumental with the project migration to eclipse.org
and who also
provided several patches to m2e-wtp. I'm confident that, together, we'll be
able to greatly improve both m2e-wtp and WTP itself.
The same announcement was made on the JBoss Tools blog .
As usual, you can raise any issue you find in BugZilla . If you find
yourself willing to contribute some documentation, please knock yourself
out on the wiki  :-)
"Have you tried turning it off and on again" - The IT Crowd