I'm creating a number of Flex components in Flash for a project where the development responsibilities will be shared between myself and another developer via SVN.
My question is regarding linking the SWC's in the Flex Build Path. The .swc files are stored in the project src folder (src/components/swc/Tab.swc) It doesn't look like I can use a relative path. When the other developer opens the project on his local workspace, will he have have to relink the SWC's?
What's the best practice for a scneario like this?
swc's should go in the libs folder inside the project.
The libs folder is already added to the project's Library path.
Um... ok. But, don't you still have to link the swc?
What I mean is, once I do that (place the swc in the library), I am unable to access that component. Seems as though I'm missing a step.
Will continue to consult the documentation, but some clarity on this would be appreciated. Thanks!
Oops. I had my .swc nested in a subdirectory within libs.
I pulled it back out to the libs root.
However, now I'm curious. If I wanted to create a subdirectory within libs (to keep things organized) would I have to create another Library path?