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Build path entry from URL [message #1772867] Mon, 18 September 2017 06:49
Mikael Stålhammar is currently offline Mikael StålhammarFriend
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I am creating a java project programmatically and I am wondering if there is an "easy" way to extend the tooling to also allow URLs as build path entries for a java project (i.e. class lookup from an http service)? Has someone done this? Currently it seems I can only use jars or folders as build path entries. I.e. I want the java project's java compiler to be able to resolve class references from an URL, instead of from folders or jars in the file system.

The java projects my plugin is creating, is dependant of a runtime system, running with a certain classpath. That runtime system has a http service for providing class objects from it class path. I want my java project's compiler to utilize that as a build path entry if possible.

(The runtime is running locally so the communication should be fast enough)

[Updated on: Mon, 18 September 2017 13:52]

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