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Re: [tycho-user] Can tycho pull a 3rd party (non-osgi) jar into a bundle lib dir and make sure it's on the bundle classpath?

Okay I see. In this case, do you manage the bundle-classpath manifest entries manually or do you have another trick for that?

On Mon, Apr 24, 2017 at 1:09 PM, Sievers, Jan <jan.sievers@xxxxxxx> wrote:
one option is to use the maven-dependency-plugin:copy goal, see e.g.


On 24.04.17, 13:03, " on behalf of Felix Dorner" < on behalf of felix.dorner@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:


I have a plugin that needs a 3rd party (non-osgi) jar in its classpath. Currently the jar is in a lib folder. I now have to commit the plugin, but I don't want the .jar in git. Is there some magic maven/tycho helper/trick that can help me download this jar
 into the right place on build (button click) time?



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