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Re: [cdt-dev] How to find out actual jar file name for some classes

They are both in org.eclipse.cdt.core. You can find which bundle a file is in by checking which directory it is in in git.

However, most classes in CDT need to be run with OSGi and then OSGi can help handle all your build and runtime dependencies. So you could be writing a new bundle and then connecting that way to CDT classes. You can have command line applications, having a bundle does not imply on its own that you need a GUI.


On Fri., Nov. 22, 2019, 04:48 Ming Cheng, <chengm349@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

Is there a check list to find out a class’s jar file name?


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Subject: [cdt-dev] How to find out actual jar file name for some classes



What’s the actual jar file name containing the following 2 classes?


import org.eclipse.cdt.internal.core.model.InternalCoreModelUtil;

import org.eclipse.cdt.internal.core.pdom.indexer.IndexerPreferences;




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