Thursday, December 20, 2012

source.dir property

What's new: thanks to Steve Roy's input NBAndroid now recognizes source.dir property that can be specified in one of Ant properties files. Previously the name of directory containing sources was hard-coded to src and now it can be overriden and can even point to a location outside from the project directory. Steve assembled a simple test case for this and it is always helpful to have such a starting point. Now it is part of our testing suite.

7 comments:

  1. hi, how can i import a project? i ask because when i di import project i can't run it.

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  2. You should be able to just open the project with File > Open. No import necessary.

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  3. i try again just with file->open project and it did not work because the build and run button are not enable.

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  4. i cant see the download link for the plugin. Some one please help me

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  5. click on installation link to see how to download plugin.

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  6. Hi guys. First of all, amazing plugin; have been using it at work for a very long time now; thank you very much.

    Having issues with this new source.dir thing though. It only works if you have only one source path set in source.dir property. Should you have several paths separated with colons there, the plugin breaks. Version 1.87 used to crash with null pointer exception, version 1.88 doesn't crash but it doesn't show any source packages at all when opening the project. Is this a known problem? Are there plans for fixing it? Thanks again.

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  7. Steve assembled a simple test case for this and it is always helpful to have such a starting point. Now it is part of our testing suite. townhomes in raleigh nc

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