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From Adrian Herscu <bmf1...@fastmail.fm>
Subject Re: [m2] adding classpathentry with maven-eclipse-plugin
Date Fri, 27 Apr 2007 17:13:34 GMT
Here is one use case (or probably something missing from 
maven-eclipse-plugin):

- add a resource folder to your Java project
- add it in the pom.xml
- write some code to load some resource (e.g. using getResourceAsStream)
- test the project using M2 -- the resource will be found
- test the project in Eclipse -- the resource will *not* be found

In order to run/test/debug the project in Eclipse, you will have to 
manually add that resource folder to the .classpath descriptor file.
The maven-eclipse-plugin could automatically add that resource folder as 
a classpathentry.
Adrian.

Adrian Herscu wrote:
> Solved by adding that classpath using the build-helper-maven-plugin.
> 
> Thorsten Heit wrote:
>> Hi Adrian,
>>
>>> Is there some way to add a classpathentry such as
>>>
>>>    <classpathentry kind="src" path="target/generated-sources/antlr"/>
>>>
>>> to the .classpath file?
>>>
>>> It seems that the plugin knows only about classpath containers :-(
>>
>> AFAIK no. The plugin only adds all the dependencies contained in your 
>> pom.xml to the .classpath file. Just for curiosity: What's your use case?
>>
>>
>> Thorsten


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