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Eclipse, Google App Engine and Utility Projects

 
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I have just started using Google App Engine with Eclipse. I would like to know if there is any way to automatically reference separate Java utility projects when running the development plugin Google App Engine server? I have several projects containing generic code that I would like to reference.

This may done when using Tomcat and the Tomcat plugin via Properties >> Tomcat >> DevLoader Classpath. A similar capability exists with Rational Application Developer / WebSphere that allows addition of utility JAR files to the EAR. Is something like this possible with the Google App Engine plugin?

Thanks!
 
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