|Re: <library name="?"> [message #229072 is a reply to message #227264]
||Thu, 15 April 2004 03:54
| Nico Guba
Registered: July 2009
"Pascal Rapicault" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message|
> This is not supported.
> library indicates a path relative to the plugin folder.
Hmm, I'd be happy if that would just work (Eclipse 3.0M8). I cannot get the
plugin to see the library althought it is in the folder ;(
at java.lang.ClassLoader.loadClass(Unknown Source)
This has been causing me a headache for days now. Any ideas what I forgot?
Hope this is not a bug...
> David Bailey wrote:
> > I want to specify runtime libraries in my plugin.xml which do not reside
> > in the plugin directory. For example, I want to be able to specify a
> > <library> tag in a manner similar to the following:
> > <library name="C:\\MyProjects\\MyLibraries\\library.jar">
> > I realize that this isn't portable, so I've tried specifying a URL:
> > <library name="file:C:/MyProjects/MyLibraries/library.jar">
> > and ideally, of course, most of the path should be hidden behind a
> > variable of some sort:
> > <library name="MY_ECLIPSE_LIBRARIES/library.jar">
> > I've tried both of the first two mechanisms, along with some variants,
> > without success. Can someone please tell me whether it is possible to
> > specify runtime libraries which reside outside the plugin directory, and
> > if so, how to do it?
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