You're right, it worked when I put the jars in shared-jar directory. But they get deleted when I do "make clean all".
Is that the only way you reckon? I cannot have a dedicated folder for my external jars in my package? How would it work when I put my package into NSO server (system install) - do I need to make sure my external jars files being copied over as well? And make sure nobody executes "make clean all" on my package or NSO will delete my external jars..
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