Deploying several plugins for integration testing

Is there any way to deploy several plugins during atlas-integration-test?

I develop a plugin FooTest that uses some functionality from plugins FooJql and FooRest (first one exposes a Jql function, the second provides REST interface). I have access to source code of both.

How should I modify the pom.xml in FooTest so that it can install FooJql and FooRest plugins into application that hosts FooTest?

I tried the following:

<dependency>
<groupId>com.about.jira</groupId>
<artifactId>FooJql</artifactId>
<version>1.06</version>
<scope>provided</scope>
</dependency>

but it did not work, FooJql did not get installed in Jira.

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I found a simple workaround - one needs to install co-plugins to local repository using atlas-mvn install and then run application from FooTest folder using atlas-integration-test --plugin com.about.jira:FooJql,com.about.jira:FooRest.

However, I'm still interested if there is a way to do the same by configuring pom.xml.

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