I would like to use normal jars as dependencies for Jira Plugins. I tried the following:
- Download and install the newest Atlassian SDK.
- Created a new plugin with “atlas-create-jira-plugin”
- Added a dependency in the dependencies section of the pom. My example dependency is de.grammarcraft:de.grammarcraft.xtend.flow:0.5.0 . (http://search.maven.org/#artifactdetails|de.grammarcraft|de.grammarcraft.xtend.flow|0.5.0|jar)
- Started Jira with “atlas-run”. The plugin does not start.
I tried this on different computers, inside and outside the company network.
This also happens for other dependencies - with some, I need to really use a class in the source code to make it crash, for others, the dependency itself suffices.
I really want to understand if it is possible to add jars as dependencies (as in usual Java projects), or if I need to take another way. There are some company internal libraries that I need to use, and it would be great if I could access them from my Jira plugin.