That was written before the introduction of cn1libs. CN1 doesn't support
arbitrary third party jars, and likely never will because they don't
sufficiently encapsulate the requirements for cross-platform mobile
development. But cn1libs allow for the same reusability.
On Fri, Feb 9, 2018 at 8:21 AM, brundibar <mirek.grabov...@gmail.com> wrote:
> here is what S.Hannah wrote in December 2012 on his blog
> "*Currently CodeNameOne doesn’t support external Jar files. This is
> partly because it doesn’t support the full J2SE spec for all platforms. You
> can work around this problem by just adding the source files for the
> external libraries into your application’s project. However this kind of
> nullifies one of the best features of Java: the ability to build up
> collections of third party libraries that can be used in multiple projects.
> I suspect that this feature will be added in future releases, but it is
> certainly a notable omission for now.*"
> My question: Any changes today (Feb 2018) ?
> Thanks in advance,
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