[osflash] ASDT class paths
kp at bit-101.com
Tue Jun 14 18:32:44 PDT 2005
Ah. That definitely helps.
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> Sent: Tuesday, June 14, 2005 9:00 PM
> To: drorex at berkeley.edu; Open Source Flash Mailing List
> Subject: Re: [osflash] ASDT class paths
> in eclipse navigator,you can link an exist directory to a
> folder in your project,by selecting 'new fold' form context
> menu,& choose 'link the fold to file system'.then you can add
> this virtual folder to your project classPath,without moving
> ur pounds of classes:) but there still seem to be some
> problems,the class contained in virtual folder cant be found
> by the 'mtasc view' of asdt,while errors occur & you click
> 'go to problem' button in 'mtasc view'..
> On 6/15/05, David Rorex <drorex at gmail.com> wrote:
> > I agree, we use a large library of common classes shared
> among all our
> > projects, which would be nice to have support for
> > -David R
> > On 6/14/05, Keith Peters <kp at bit-101.com> wrote:
> > >
> > > One enhancement I'd love to see in ASDT is the addition
> of multiple
> > > class paths.
> > > Currently, you have the chance to enter a class path to
> > > core classes only.
> > > In a project, you can enter class paths only to
> directories within
> > > the project.
> > > I usually store my own utility classes in a separate
> directory like
> > > c:\classes. There is no way to add that to my class path
> in Eclipse.
> > > I wound up moving them into the MM folder, but it would
> be good to
> > > be able to specify multiple non-project class paths in this way.
> > >
> > > Keith
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