Thanks for responding, To use SCRIPTACULOUS js libraries:

We are using in maven:


And than code like this
  public void renderHead(Component component, IHeaderResponse response)

scriptaculous.js documentation says:

By default, scriptaculous.js loads all of the other javascript files
necessary for effects, drag-and-drop, sliders, and all of the other features. If you don’t need all of the features, you can
limit the additional scripts that get loaded by specifying them in a
comma-separated list, e.g.:

So my question is how in wicket i will achieve this passing =>
to scriptaculous.js


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