The problem may also happen when you have wicket-xyz.jar in the web
container's shared folder and additionally in your .war#WEB-INF/lib

On Wed, Feb 29, 2012 at 10:00 AM, Marco Springer
<> wrote:
> I'm using Intellij myself and with that, in the Project overview I see a
> list of dependencies projects are using. With that I can quickly see if I'm
> using multiple versions of a certain dependency.
> This same type of dependency list is present in Netbeans, only per project.
> And with Netbeans you can also generate a dependency graph by right
> clicking on your project, and this goes through all dependent projects and
> their deps as well.
> I have no deep experience with Eclipse, since I somehow dislike Eclipse
> with JAVA development, but I think it's available in there somewhere as
> well.
> I use those dependencies lists as well to find and "clean up" dependencies.
> Cheers,
> Marco Springer

Martin Grigorov
Training, Consulting, Development

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