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Adding plugins to the classpath at runtime [message #606182] Mon, 28 June 2010 09:32
Victor Noël is currently offline Victor NoëlFriend
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Registered: April 2010

I am facing a peculiar problem when developing a plugin.

The idea is the following:
I am writing a plugin contributing to the popup menu, and the action executed need to rely on the classpath of the target project on which it is executed.

So, is it possible to tell somehow that when the action is executed to add the target project on which it is run in the action's classpath?

An important thing is that I don' t want this target project to be a plugin or something like that, it must be a classical Java project.

Of course, another solution where the action is executed with the target project classpath, and the plugins needed to the run it are added to the classpath (so, the other way around) is also possible, as long as from the target project point of view, there is no MANIFEST to write or things like that...

Thank you
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