#1087 new
David Basoko

Add .jar files from depency modules into the classpath

Reported by David Basoko | August 31st, 2011 @ 05:12 PM

Add .jar files from dependency modules when you run build-module.

For example, if you create a new module that depends on "moduleX", you will get in your modules folder the moduleX, after run play deps command.

Then, you create into the src folder (from moduleX) a new class that depends on some library (libraryY.jar), that its included by moduleX into its lib folder, for example it will be here -> new-module/name/modules/moduleX/lib/libraryY.jar

If you try to run play build-module, it will fail because it doesn't find the libraryY.jar into the classpath.

I've written a little patch, to solve this situation. The patch only modify the build.xml file from the module-skel.

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