its installed in my local .m2 repository,
referenced as a dependency in the parent pom.xml and referenced in the
manifest.mf file of the module that needs the dependencies.
Mind you this work with maven tycho
build, Eclipse does not seem to understand it.
Met Vriendelijke Groet / With Kind Regards
Bart van Leeuwen
Johan Compagner <jcompagner@xxxxxxxxxx>
Tycho user list <tycho-user@xxxxxxxxxxx>
Plugin builds with Tycho but cannot find imports in
Are those external libs really osgi bundle?
Because in the end they need to be plugin that is bundled
with your feature/product..
Under what container are they visible in the package explorer?
If they are under plugin dependencies then maybe your
feature needs to include them as dependencies as well (not 100% sure that
is really needed but they need to ship with it)
Op di 12 nov. 2019 22:08 schreef Bart van Leeuwen <bart@xxxxxxxxx>:
We are developing a plugin and use maven and tycho for the build process.
This works fine up to the point that we started using external libraries.
We created a project which contains all the external dependencies and reference
that in the manifest.
We can now build with maven and tycho and it works as expected,
In the eclipse development environment however the external dependencies
are not resolved and cause error indicators in the Java editors.
I've searched for a couple of hours and looked at various options, but
I'm now in the blue, any help is appreciated.