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I need to import gurobi.jar to my project to correctly view the flycheck's errors.

I have read Maven in 5 Minutes and How to add local jar files to a Maven project? but I am still not able to correctly setup maven to fix flycheck.

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There is no need of maven. It is enough to put jars in a lib folder of the same project.

It could be necessary to clean (or manage):

  • ~/.emacs.d/workspace

  • ~/.emacs.d/.lsp-session-v1

Maybe useful: M-x lsp

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