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Package (Library) [message #45008] Sun, 16 August 2015 19:00 Go to next message
situkhan is currently offline  situkhan
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Registered: August 2015
Location: Russia
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I design using a variety of tools.
The source codes are stored in different folders.
How to use the package to not only in subfolders?
Otherwise, a lot of times have to recopy the files.
Develop becomes unbearable.
Re: Package (Library) [message #45016 is a reply to message #45008] Mon, 17 August 2015 22:11 Go to previous message
Mindtraveller is currently offline  Mindtraveller
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Registered: August 2007
Location: Russia, Moscow rgn.
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Hi and welcome to U++ community!

I'd recommend using "nest" here. Nest is a bunch of packages in subfolders of some folder. You select it in start screen of U++ IDE.

For example.
I have some big project with a number of packages and dependency libraries. Let's say MyBigProject.
It's using dependency libraries some of which are standalone and must not be put into subfolder of current sources. MyBigProject also depends on a number of small dependency libraries and packages which must be put into subfolder of my sources.
It will have directory structure:

+ MyBigProject (added to U++ IDE as nest)
+ + libStandalone1
+ + libStandalone2
+ + MainPackage
+ + + libInternalDependencyMain1
+ + + libInternalDependencyMain2
+ + + libInternalDependencyMain3
+ + UsedPackage1
+ + UsedPackage2
+ + + libInternalDependency2-1
+ + + libInternalDependency2-2

[Updated on: Mon, 17 August 2015 22:12]

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