|Re: How to Specify CLASSPATH for eclipse? [message #1717824 is a reply to message #1717819]
||Thu, 17 December 2015 05:44
| Russell Bateman
Registered: July 2009
Location: Provo, Utah, USA
On 12/16/2015 06:43 PM, Arthur Chan wrote:|
> Groannn, I don't grog Maven :(
> What about from the point of view of distributiing the apps, probably
> packaged in an executable .jar
> Doesn't that mean I have to physically pull the .jar into each project?
Well, you think about it. Does the JAR have to be there for the project
Maven is a steep learning curve, however, I think Eclipse has made it
easier. Maven copies the JAR physically into the project when it builds
it so you don't have to manage any JARs directly.
Otherwise, you can just do what we all used to do years ago before
Maven: stick the JAR under a subdirectory named lib and use Build Path
to add it to the project.
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