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From A Leg <hale_in...@yahoo.com>
Subject Re: no swt-win32-2128 in java.library.path in LINUX
Date Tue, 19 Oct 2004 07:39:07 GMT
Hi

Dion Gillard wrote:

>On Tue, 19 Oct 2004 07:26:52 +0300, A Leg <hale_india@yahoo.com> wrote:
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>>Hi Dion
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>>Thank's for answer.
>>Yes and linux jar are in ibiblio, and I can change hardcode for this, I
>>have done it and went one step ahead.
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>Use your own installed libraries.
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But I don't know how to replace in project.xml to ask maven to take in 
my hard disk unstead of ibiblio
May be use maven proxy? where is a doc.

>>But the problem at the end is natives library which are not stored in
>>ibiblio.(cf my previous mails and Jira for details)
>>Is it no way to solve this in a nice way. I saw that it is a Maven
>>native plugins, may be using this plugins functions you could solve it.
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>Nope, the maven native plugin wont fix this.
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>>Eclipse team, manage this in a good way for eclipse compile using ant.
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>>Is ant better than Maven ? ;-)
>>It is not very demonstrative for a Maven linked project to fail at
>>compile :-(
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>Yes, and the annoying issue of binaries and jars needing to be in
>synch from the eclipse tool is a PITA. We could simply ask the user
>for their preferred version, and use that from ibiblio.
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I will try to make some patch for me then propose it. But I have to 
learn how to use Maven first....

Andre


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