I using Eclipse 3.5 with the Spring IDE as described in this blog post. I am using maven with the bundlor plugin. I specify the Bundle-SymbolicName, Bundle-Version, and Bundle-Name manifest headers in the bundlor configuration within the pom.xml. This leaves only a couple of static headers in the template.mf.
The problem is that I am getting errors from the Spring IDE (Eclipse) in the template.mf claiming that I don't have the Bundle-SymbolicName, Bundle-Name, and Bundle-Version specified even though they are defined in the pom. However, there is no error. My manifest.mf generates just fine when I do a maven build. How do I turn this false error off?