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Packaging a folder using relative paths

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Jan 01, 2016

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This should be a no-brainer. Multiple devs working on an AIR iOS project. We need to include a bunch of files in the IPA for later runtime loading. The AIR for iOS > General > Included Files allows you to add a folder, but the path is an absolute path from the root of a specific dev's hard drive.

We absolutely need to be able to make this path relative to the FLA. Otherwise, every dev needs to keep a different local copy of the main FLA, and every time there's a change to the main FLA, they have to relink the path to reflect their own directory structure.

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Packaging a folder using relative paths

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This should be a no-brainer. Multiple devs working on an AIR iOS project. We need to include a bunch of files in the IPA for later runtime loading. The AIR for iOS > General > Included Files allows you to add a folder, but the path is an absolute path from the root of a specific dev's hard drive.

We absolutely need to be able to make this path relative to the FLA. Otherwise, every dev needs to keep a different local copy of the main FLA, and every time there's a change to the main FLA, they have to relink the path to reflect their own directory structure.

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You can change the absolute path to a relative one, just use "./" from where the fla is.

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He is talking about the general settings tab, where you add things like the splash screens. You're not given the chance to type in the file path.

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