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Linking Eclipse project to my build directory [message #1702784] Fri, 24 July 2015 14:30
Marc Coupar is currently offline Marc CouparFriend
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Registered: July 2015
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Hi

I have an html5 project with a simplified file structure below:

MyAppName
  build (destination folder generated by my build script)
    index.html
    app.js
    styles.css
  app (source folder containing all unprocessed html, javascript etc.)
  project (Eclipse source files)


I use Gulp to bundle, minify and process the contents of the app directory into the build directory. I would like the Eclipse project to point directly at the contents of the build directory so that the Eclipse project looks like

MyAppName
 index.html
 app.js
 styles.css


I've tried using "Link External Folder" but that creates a structure like
MyAppName
  build
    index.html
    app.js
    styles.css

Is there a way to achieve this? I don't want to link directly to files as I want any new files in the build directory to automatically appear in the root of the project. Since I'm using Gulp, it's ok if I need to copy files around during build although I'd rather everything end up in the build directory.

Other developers will be working on the project too so they should just be able to import the project once in whichever path they like.

Thanks
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