[osflash] RE: Linked classpath in Eclipse
didilli at gmx.de
Fri Jul 8 00:40:03 PDT 2005
Scott Whittaker wrote:
> Hi Sascha, David,
> In you project create a virtual folder for your linked classpath
> (New-->Folder-->Advanced-->Link to file system, browse for your folder,
> give it a name to appear in your project).
> That will link the folder to your project. To add it to yor project's
> classpath first right-click your project
> folder-->properties-->ActionScript2 Project and type in the name you
> gave your linked folder and click the Add button.
> You can now compile as if you had added that folder with -cp and you get
> syntax highlighting and F3 finding. The only annoying thing is that you
> have to do this for every project you create, but if this could be
> automated with an Ant task like David's example that would be sweet!
setting the Pathes via ->prefs->general->Workspace->Linked resources
looks kinda easier for me, cause then i dont have to select 'browse..'
and browse through my filesystem on each project- instead i click on
'variables' and add the resource-link previously specified in
workspace-resources and set the foldername the same.
Let me know what ya'll think of,
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