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Re: [tycho-user] I need help with third party Maven repos

First, you need to declare Tycho to consider dependencies declared in POM in addition to the ones in MANIFEST.MF.
Second, it is likely that if your artifacts from your Maven repo are not OSGI compliant, then it is likely that Tycho resolution will fail.


On Mon, Mar 23, 2015 at 2:29 PM, M. Cs. <mohareve@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
First: I have a defined Maven repo in my .m2/settings.xml


These are non-OSGi Maven-projects with POJOs I need to include into my RCP.

I have created an RCP4 project with features and plugins, and I did convert them into maven project using Lars Vogel's tutorial:

I did successfully build packages, but in a real-world app, I will need those packages provided by the online Maven-repo.
I have tried to include them into the pom.xml of main application, where I intend to use the as:


But if I try to import a class from the my-third-party, it is not resolvable.
I really need to solve this issue, because there's no point of writing RCP application, without access to the legacy codes.
I would really appreciate some detailed solution. I have goggled a lot of examples over the internet, but non of them is right one for my case. Thank you!


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