04-15-2010 11:07 AM
04-16-2010 01:22 AM
Now maybe I can finally help you!
The best option is to set up project references to your "lib" projects which would make eclipse then prompt you to import what's missing.
The only thing that the plug-in seems to not do (and it's annoying me) is not combine the JADs in the Web folder if you're using libraries.
It does copy the library CODs to the Web/TARGET_OS folder though which is great!
Let me know if this information is enough or if you need a little more. I've been using the setup for a little while now without a hitch.
04-19-2010 04:01 AM
thanks for your reply JCarty.
We do not want separate cod files for the libraries. They are only shared classes we use in many projects, and as we change them from time to time we cannot deploy them separate from the project.
all classes used from the shared project should be compiled into the main project, all unused classes should not.
04-19-2010 09:27 AM - edited 04-19-2010 09:27 AM
Have you tried using linked source folders? This should resolve the problem you are facing as well.
Right-click project > Build Path .... > Link Source and add your shared class folder.
Unused classes should not be compiled according to rapc.
04-19-2010 09:32 AM
yes, we tried to use linked source folders. the plugin does not follow the links and ignores the content.
04-19-2010 09:42 AM
This has been working fine for me for a little while now. What is your setup? Maybe there is a bug with a certain environment setup.
I'm running Windows 7 64-bit with Eclipse running under C:\RIM\eclipse in Windows XP SP3 compatibility mode.
JDK is jdk1.6.0_16
Permissions are set to full control on the folders as well.