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  1. #1
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    Carbide.c++: How to reference source files in a different project or folder

    How can I include source code files that reside in a different directory without copying it? It's easy to do using the mmp file but there does not seem to be a way through the IDE?

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    Detlev

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    Re: Carbide.c++: How to reference source files in a different project or folder

    Hi dschwabe,
    Which version of carbide are u using.Why dont you try carbide.c++ version 1.1. in this there is a way to import using mmp files.
    Bst Regrdz
    Priju

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    Re: Carbide.c++: How to reference source files in a different project or folder

    To refer to files in other projects, in Eclipse you create linked resoruces. So to link another file, select New -> File and then Advanced which allows you to select what file to link to. The only caveat here is that linked resources can only be located in the project root (this is an Eclipse restriction so don't blame us), which ofcourse does not look very pretty if you have tons of external files.

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    Re: Carbide.c++: How to reference source files in a different project or folder

    "Only caveat" ?

    Heh.. that makes the functionality almost totally useless...

    Another nail in the coffin for eclipse/carbide.c++...

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    Re: Carbide.c++: How to reference source files in a different project or folder

    Well, the situation is not that bleak, this is actually already fixed in Eclipse 3.2 so as soon as Carbide.c++ moves over to 3.2 this issue will go away. So this will be a problem for just a few short months I hope..

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