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The jBPM Eclipse tooling comes with the Guvnor perspective which you can use to connect to your Guvnor instance, but AFAIK it only allows to upload assets to the repo and not download (please check). Another option would be to use the Guvnor REST API. For example if you have an asset named myAsset in the defaultPackage package, you can do:
http://localhost:8080/drools-guvnor/rest/packages/defaultPackage/assets/myAsset/source to get to its sources.
Hope this helps.
I think it was possible in earlier versions (I don't want to "downgrade" to check it^^), but I'm not so sure. At least now it is not possible anymore.
Using the REST API is a pretty good idea, but it would be more convenient to be able to do it directly in eclipse^^
The main Problem of using another way to download the files is, you cannot use the eclipse plugin to commit the file to Guvnor because they are already in Guvnor. At least this is what the plugin says^^
But it's ok. For this reason you can use WebDav
Thanks for your help:)