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What is considered the "Root" Directory?

Engaged ,
Apr 03, 2018

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I have created an asset.car file to package with my AIR app, but I am not sure where to put it.  The documentation says the "root directory".  Is that the main folder that has your project name on it, or in the "(default package)" under the src folder??

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Add it to your "src" folder

Package with your app like so

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What is considered the "Root" Directory?

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I have created an asset.car file to package with my AIR app, but I am not sure where to put it.  The documentation says the "root directory".  Is that the main folder that has your project name on it, or in the "(default package)" under the src folder??

Thanks!

Add it to your "src" folder

Package with your app like so

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what IDE? the file needs to end up in the base directory of your app after publishing. this can be done by putting it in a folder that is marked for inclusion in the app by your IDE, typically an asset folder.

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My IDE is Flash Builder 4.7 with Apache 4.16.1 and AIR 28.

So I guess the question is, in Flash Builder, is the root directory the main folder that has your project name on it, or in the "(default package)" under the src folder?

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Add it to your "src" folder

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