Add jars to maven 2 build class path without installing them?

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wn votequick&dirty batch solution (based on Alex's answer):

libs.bat

@ECHO OFF
FOR %%I IN (*.jar) DO (
echo ^<dependency^>
echo ^<groupId^>local.dummy^</groupId^>
echo ^<artifactId^>%%I^</artifactId^>
echo ^<version^>0.0.1^</version^>
echo ^<scope^>system^</scope^>
echo ^<systemPath^>${project.basedir}/lib/%%I^</systemPath^>
echo ^</dependency^>
)

Execute it like this: libs.bat > libs.txt. Then open libs.txt and copy its content as dependencies.

In my case, I only needed the libraries to compile my code, and this solution was the best for that purpose.

answered Aug 29, 2018 by samarth295
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