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MF of the main file, it is just a comma seperated string which looks like this: In a project I work on, we keep all our dependencies in a lib directory, where we add and remove libraries from time to time, therefore it would be nice if the above text can be generated automatically. I am trying to create the project as set out in the tutorial "the packages specified by this header will be imported.By default, imported packages are mandatory - the importing bundle will fail to start, if the imported package is not available.How's one supposed to do this with the EAP releases? You can enable special JAR file functionality, such as package sealing, by modifying the default manifest.I have followed all the steps but I get thee POM error ....
Instead they should have to work through an interface that limits what they do.
Eclipse seems to be looking for it in the second Web Content folder where it is not located.
I know I can use (for desktop app) Class-Path: but does it work for applets either?
MF, which is generated by the Maven Bundle Plugin into my eclipse PDE projects.
The problem is that eclipse PDE has problems with picking up the contents of the newly created MANIFEST. Solution One solution I have found is to simply open the MANIFEST.
I've tried that too, and it appears to work, however, at runtime, I get The links offered by Peter were partially useful.