|Re: [jetty-users] maven-jetty-plugin - how to add directory to container classpath|
Hello,I'm using version 9.1.0.M0 of the maven-jetty-plugin. According to the documentation, the preferred way to add "provided" dependencies to the container classpath is to add them as explicit dependencies to the plugin. Like so:<plugin><groupId>org.eclipse.jetty</groupId><artifactId>jetty-maven-plugin</artifactId><version>9.1.0.M0</version><dependencies><dependency><groupId>com.something.group</groupId><artifactId>artifact-name</artifactId><version>1.0</version></dependency></dependencies></plugin>I would like to also add a directory (eg. src/test/resources) to the container classpath. Is there an easy way to do this? I remember seeing something about an "extraClasspath" tag that could be used under the <plugin><configuration> section, but it looks like that's been removed. I could potentially create a jar artifact to hold the contents of this directory and then add that new artifact as a dependency to the plugin, but that seems awkward.To reiterate my question, is there an easy way to add a directory to the container classpath when using the jetty-maven-plugin?Thank you.
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