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05-20-2011 03:01 AM
I remember on Eclpse 3.4xxx that option was under Project | Application...
Now I'm using 3.5 Galileo with 1.1 plugin and it's not there anymore.
I can only find a reference to it in the Application Descriptor.
Where is it hiding now?
05-20-2011 03:36 AM
05-21-2011 01:30 AM
it has been done, it is there,
but if I look at the Project | Resource window
the Type is still Project
surely it compiles to a COD but should't the project's type be shown as Libray?
05-21-2011 10:13 AM
That's not going to change. It will always say "Project" for a BlackBerry project. You need to change the rapc compiler settings by doing what simon said, open the "BlackBerry_App_Descriptor.xml" file and make sure "Application Type" is set to "Library". That will do it.