|Re: [tycho-user] Tycho compiler option for generating jni headers|
thank you for your answer!
I will follow up your suggestion. But I think it will be quite tricky with plain maven if it comes to that, as the javac –h command seems to need all Java dependencies (Java Sourcepath), which is normally handled by tycho.
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On Behalf Of Mickael Istria
The tycho-compiler-plugin doesn't use javac, but uses ECJ/JDT internally. This `-h` option may not be supported by ECJ. Try investigating how to generate headers with ECJ, and if you don't find a solution, try using the plain maven-compiler-plugin which should use javac instead.
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