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Adding Eclipse dependencies

 
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i am writing 2 plug-ins say A & B. B is dependent upon A
means in the B's dependency A is to be added so that classes in A can be used in B.

Now, when i add the plug-in 'A' to dependencies in B's plug-in.xml ,it make a empty entry under plug-in dependencies and shows only the A's name there, no file/folder under it.


Is there anything specific in plug-in A to be set for it to be used by other plug-ins.
 
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Hello,

adding plugin dependencies is demonstrated in Eclipse RCP and Eclipse Plugin Development.

I hope this helps.

Best regards, Lars
 
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