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How to add 3rd party jar in Eclipse PMD plugin.

Suraj Jadhav
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Joined: Mar 10, 2010
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Hi,

I wanted to use GDSSecurities's PMD (https://github.com/GDSSecurity/GDSPMDSECRULES) rule set for my development code. But those ruleset depends upon pmd-gds-1.0.jar which is GDS's custom jar. To resolve the jar dependency I have added pmd-gds-1.0.jar into my Eclipse's PMD plugin folder's lib directory. I also added the jar's details into MANIFEST.MF for PMD plugin under Bundle-ClassPath section. Following are the my environment details.

Eclipse Version: Helios Service Release 2 20110218-0911

PMD Plugin version: net.sourceforge.pmd.eclipse.plugin_3.2.6.v200903300643

MANIFEST.MF


But whenever I tries to import the rule set I am getting following error.

I am not able to figure out that what is going wrong.

Any help is really appreciated. Thanks in advance.
 
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