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    About relative/absolute paths...


    Hi all!

    first time I try JsBuilder, I must say it's pretty nice! I just found how to compress in one file a whole hierarchy of folders.

    But now, the problem is that the deploy folder and the two minified js files are generated in the very same folder as the whole hierarchy. I tried to changes some paths, but in fact I don't understand quite well what to put in each paths.

    Here is a sample :
    Code:
    {
        projectName: 'Test',
        deployDir: 'deploy,
        licenseText: 'text'
        pkgs: [{
            name: 'pgk1',
            file: 'classes_doc.js',
            fileIncludes: [{
                text: 'main.js',
                path: 'classes/doc/scripts/'
            }
        }],
        resources: [{    
            src: '/home/dir/project/classes',
            dest: '/home/dir/generated/classes'
            filters: ".*[\\.js]"
        }]
    }
    
    the command line
    $ java -jar JSBuilder2/JSBuilder2.jar --projectFile /home/dir/project/config.jsb2 --homeDir /home/dir/generated/classes
    I thought the resources would move the files from src to dest, but nothing moves at all. So obviously, when creating the packed js file, nothing is found in the "/generated/" folder.

    I think I need some precisions ^^

    Thanks!

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    More precisely :

    in package descriptor
    [file] is a file name + a path. This path is relative to what ? Or absolute ? What if we just put a file name ?

    in file descriptor
    [path] is relative to what? Is it absolute, maybe?

    in resource descriptor
    [src] is the path to the whole hierarchy of files in the project ? It's relative to something ? Or is it absolute ?
    [dest] is the path to the copy of th whole hierarchy of files in the project ? It's relative to something ? Or is it absolute ?

    in command line
    [--homeDir] is an asbolute or relative path ? Does it influence one or more paths listed above ?


    Thanks a lot!

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    Up a little bit, just in case ^^

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