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Maven 1.0.2 & eclipse: "build-all does not exist"

 
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I just started a project that has legacy code I have Maven 2.0.4 and eclipse working together nicely. I am attempting to build the maven 1 packages. Maven executes flawlessly. When I attempt to build the packages in eclipse 3.2, I get the following error:

"Default target project name: build-all does not exist"

The error traces back to the maven.xml file and on this line:

<project default="project name:build-all"
xmlns:j="jelly:core"
xmlns:maven="jelly:maven">


I didn't write any of this. I'm reading up on jelly and the project tag. In the meantime I removed the default line and now the project tag looks like this:

<project xmlns:j="jelly:core"
xmlns:maven="jelly:maven">


And I get no errors.

But I'm still concerned. Did I do any long term damage to the package?
 
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