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we are currently using tLibraryLoad components in each of our projects. We are loading a library to make the project work within the editor, and we set the "dynamic libs" setting with a relative path in order to make it work as an independant executable.
It did work well from 4.1 to 4.2RC3. But from now on, each time the project is opened, we have to set the Library setting again by browsing the file system, otherwise the projet does not compile. Moreover, we have to rename the jar file before selecting it as TOS does not detect any change if we don't (and thus does not compile).
The problem is very "time consuming" as we have to do the trick each time we're opening an existing project (each of our project are sharing the same library : that's why renaming the jar file has to be done twice to get back to the real name...).
Can anyone help? Why the last one version of TOS does not support the feature correctly? Is there another way to do that?
Thanks in advance for your help.
This might be a bug. Please report that issue on the bug tracker to make sure it will be fixed.
Last edited by vgalopin (2011-05-12 10:22:52)
I'm glad to hear that this is a bug and not an error in my migration !!
The only one solution I've found is this one :
- In the "project perspective", I can access properties of .Java and add my jar. But I don't know what happens when this library changes.