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Re: Relative paths in projects? (Read 1954 times)
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Re: Relative paths in projects?
Nov 29th, 2015 at 11:37pm
 
For what it's worth this is one of the two reasons I'm not purchasing any copies of this software.

The other is that everything related to this plugin uses an absolute path (which, like the library issue, makes it very hard to share a project between machines).

These things make it very hard to setup a project so that I can help my father remotely and so we're better off not using the software.
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Reply #1 - Nov 29th, 2015 at 11:43pm
 
I'm not sure I understand. Recent versions use relative paths for the project or should do. Please give examples and also which ide, versions etc.

thanks

edit: plus any auto gen paths should be re-written when the project is opened and any files included in the project can be included by you using the standard visual studio "add or add existing" commands.
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