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Packaging multiple dependent MIDlet projects [message #28413] Mon, 20 April 2009 16:20 Go to next message
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I have two MIDlet projects at the moment. One because I want to create a
framework of general components and utility classes and the other for the
real project that depends on the first project.
At the moment it seems, that the first project is not packaged as a .jar
when I package the second project.

Do I do something wrong?
Is this a bug?
How can I do this best? (I change the general project as I need new
features, so a flexible approach would be helpful)

Regards, Wolfgang
Re: Packaging multiple dependent MIDlet projects [message #28443 is a reply to message #28413] Mon, 20 April 2009 17:25 Go to previous message
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Ok, forget that. I thought there is some kind of .jar packaged, but the
class files are just in the same directory structure than the rest of the
class files. This was my mistake. Sorry, that's all new stuff for me.
Re: Packaging multiple dependent MIDlet projects [message #572337 is a reply to message #28413] Mon, 20 April 2009 17:25 Go to previous message
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Ok, forget that. I thought there is some kind of .jar packaged, but the
class files are just in the same directory structure than the rest of the
class files. This was my mistake. Sorry, that's all new stuff for me.
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