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How to add Spring framework to classpath in IntelliJ

Posted 12 January 2017 - 02:38 PM

Hi Guys,

I just installed Spring framework and it's located in one big folder under the path: ~/.m2/repository/org/springframework/.
The point is that it's a really big folder with many jar files inside it. I want to know how to add ALL jars inside the springframework folder?

What I can do now with IntelliJ is just adding one single jar file each time in "Project Structure" window (see attached image).

I just want to mention that I also asked it in StackOverflow and didn't get a helpful response.

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Re: How to add Spring framework to classpath in IntelliJ

Posted 04 August 2017 - 09:29 PM

I realise this thread is several months old, but I still feel there's value in responding to it in case someone comes across this question. One shouldn't be doing this annoying manual task of adding the JARs to the IDE. Just use Maven or Gradle to manage your dependencies and IntelliJ will know where to find them.

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