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Please, add support for SWC folder. It is annoying to add each swc manually.
Especially if there is a lot of swcs and theirs names frequently changes. (version number is a part of the swc's name).
All others Actionscript IDEs have such feature, flex compiler supports that.
Also references to old swcs (which are not exists anymore) remains in the project settings (Advanced->Swc libraries).


Sun Sep 05, 2010 1:49 pm
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It is possible actually (but not documented):
add the path to the folder in your Project properties > Compiler Options > SWC Libraries

ex: "lib" will add all SWCs in your project's /lib subdirectory.


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thanks, it works )


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Philippe wrote:
It is possible actually (but not documented):
add the path to the folder in your Project properties > Compiler Options > SWC Libraries

ex: "lib" will add all SWCs in your project's /lib subdirectory.

This can cause "Java Heap Space" error, just to keep in mind if it appears all of a sudden.

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Iʻve been looking for options to add .swc to the global classpath but the global classpath is for .as files...

I have a few swcs I want in every projectʻs classpath. Can you add support for SWC in global classpaths?


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kalani96746 wrote:
Iʻve been looking for options to add .swc to the global classpath but the global classpath is for .as files...

I have a few swcs I want in every projectʻs classpath. Can you add support for SWC in global classpaths?

Check this thread: http://flashdevelop.org/community/viewt ... f=9&t=7788


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create a lib folder in project level, paste SWC in lib, right clic on swc and clic add to library! advantage, possibility deploy all classe and other assets..

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Just for track.
In FD5 we have new option when you click at folder: "Add to Library"
Then project will pull all swc from the folder.


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Ok, thanks..

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Philippe wrote:
It is possible actually (but not documented):
add the path to the folder in your Project properties > Compiler Options > SWC Libraries

ex: "lib" will add all SWCs in your project's /lib subdirectory.


is there anything similar for ANEs? setting the extension path in some buried setting instead of messing with the .bat files?

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