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Usage as Eclipse plug-in (OSGi) dependencies instead of Maven [message #1783152] Thu, 08 March 2018 14:26
Vincenzo Caselli is currently offline Vincenzo CaselliFriend
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Wow, just honored to be the first to post on this new forum.
First of all thank you and compliments: deeplearning4j is a wonderful framework!

Now the question:
is there a way to use dl4j as a set of Eclipse plug-ins dependencies?

At present, in fact, I know how to use it via maven dependencies in a Java application, but in a Eclipse RCP application one would expect to add dependencies in the MANIFEST.MF (in the Equinox/OSGi way).
Now I can gather the several jars needed, put them in a plugin wrapper and expose them to the consumers plugins, but this is sort of quick and dirty solution.
I could also contribute in some way for this, with some help on how to group the several jars involved.

Thank you very much
Vincenzo Caselli
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