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Is it required to add spring jar files at Java Build Path for every new spring project?

 
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I installed spring plugin through marketplace and created a new spring project. I was expecting the spring jar files to be available to all Spring projects but according all the tutorials I could lay my hands on, I need to add the jar files at the Java Build Path. Can't I configure somewhere so that spring jars are available for every new Spring project?

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I think just installing spring plugin only affects its perspective, you have to include spring dependencies by adding the jar files to your classpath. Or you can use build tools(maven, ant).
Please let me corrected if i am wrong.
 
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