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from project properties :
Main source folder :D:\project\bin\projectPackage
then same window on top where it says additional source folders outside of main source folder add src/classes (and/or) src
that should take care of that problem.
Thanks for your answer.
You probably meant to use src\classes\projectPackage as the Main source folder.
This is working this way. However, there are some little problems :
I have this warning : " Source path entry, ' D:\project\src\classes', is a subdirectory of source path entry, ' D:\project\src\classes\projectPackage'." which is strange because it is the second path which is a subdirectory of the first.There are conflicts when the compiler tries to resolve the classes within the src\classes\projectPackage directory. For instance, for a class clalled Application located in src\classes\projectPackage\Application.as, it doesn't know how to make a difference between Application and projectPackage.Application.
Solution : move classes from projectPackage to some sub packages.
Anyway, if it may not be the perfect solution, it just works, so thank you very much :)
Hi levancho, hi all,
Actually there were too many conflicts with your solution, levancho.
So I just moved my main application file to the classes directory ( D:\project\src\classes\Main.mxml instead of D:\project\src\classes\projectPackage\Main.mxml) and this is much better this way ! :
No conflicts, clean build path !
Thank you very much anyway levancho.