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Maven plugins. Joy.

From How to get files from JAR dependencies in a plugin:

You could get the (runtime) class path of the current project via a mojo parameter like this:
    * @parameter default-value="${project.runtimeClasspathElements}"
    * @readonly
   private List runtimeClassPath;
in combination with the mojo annotation @requiresDependencyResolution. From the class path, you can populate a URLClassLoader and call getResourceAsStream() on this.

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