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Use of Libraries in different Projects [message #1009536] Fri, 15 February 2013 04:38 Go to next message
Steffen Slavetinsky is currently offline Steffen Slavetinsky
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Registered: February 2013
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i wonder if it is possible to use a Library which is defined in one Eclipse Project in an other Project.
Simply importing it doesn't seem to work.
Does anybody have a solution to this?
Thanks Steffen
Re: Use of Libraries in different Projects [message #1012796 is a reply to message #1009536] Fri, 22 February 2013 03:37 Go to previous message
Christopher Gerking is currently offline Christopher Gerking
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Registered: April 2011

I think what you are trying to achieve is known as "cross-project build". Existing code for that feature has been commented out from class ProjectDependencyHelper in the course of the following bugzilla:

I have no clue about the exact reasons for removing the PDE dependency. Code comments state that cross-project builds were never fully supported. No idea what this exactly means. I must say that the code doesn't look so bad at first glance.

Since I consider this as a crucial feature towards dividing transformations into smaller reusable parts, my plan is to re-enable cross-project builds. However, I'm afraid this won't happen before May since I'm very busy right now.

What you could try at the moment is to deploy your library in a plugin that contributes an extension for
. This might enable some advanced resolving capabilities when executing your transformation from a platform that runs your plugin. Compilation errors could then be successfully ignored at runtime. However, this is just a hope, never tried this before.

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