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RUNTIME CLASSPATH [message #775494] Fri, 06 January 2012 05:21
marie Missing name is currently offline marie Missing nameFriend
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Am I missing something or am I correct that there is no way to specify a runtime class path at the project level in Eclipse? The only setting at the project level appears to be the Build Path, which is really for compile time. This would be extremely helpful in many scenarios. For example, it would be nice to have a separate class path for (a) compiling, (b) unit testing, and (c) actual runtime. Another example is when multiple dependent projects are combined into an application and a down-stream project needs to exclude some redundant folders from an up-stream project.

I know other IDEs and Maven offer support for this. Obviously Eclipse does offer some control of the runtime classpath in the Run configuration, but this needs to be setup for every testcase and there are limitations on what can be changed.
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