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Re: [equinox-dev] Problem with adding comm.jar as a library inside my bundle

This should work. You need to make sure the the bundle jar contains the lib/comm.jar jar file inside of it. How are you building your bundle? If you are using an eclipse plug-in project, does it work when you launch an Equinox/Eclipse instance from eclipse?

Tom



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From:

Ali Naddaf <ali.naddaf@xxxxxxxxx>

To:

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Date:

11/29/2009 01:41 AM

Subject:

[equinox-dev] Problem with adding comm.jar as a library inside my bundle




Hello all.

I am trying to add comm.jar (javax.comm implementation) inside my bundle
by putting it inside a directory in my bundle (called lib) and adding
the following to my manifest.mf (no other bundle uses this comm.jar
library so I prefer keeping it just inside my bundle instead of making
it a separate bundle):

Bundle-ClassPath: ., lib/comm.jar

However, the classes inside the  javax.comm package are not available
inside my bundle. Are there any other steps that I need to take to make
that library added to my bundle's classpath?

Many thanks
Ali
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