Re: [ljc] Recommended way to depend on eclipse jars without RCP?

From: Paul M.
Sent on: Monday, November 14, 2011 7:55 PM

Have you considered Apache jexl?

On Nov 13,[masked]:33 PM, "Dave Snowdon" <[address removed]> wrote:
Hi folks

I'm working on a personal project that requires the use of the eclipse java parser in order to create an abstract syntax tree (AST).

However, the project is intended as a library not a client application and I don't want to use the eclipse RCP as it's much more than I need (I don't want a SWT UI or to use OSGi). 

Currently, I've simply pulled some jars out of my copy of eclipse. However, I'd like to know if there's a recommended way to include eclipse jars in other projects other than simply depending on the whole RCP.

Any thoughts? Comments?


PS FWIW Here's the jars I'm using at the moment:

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