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Offline ImTroyMiller
« Posted 2014-02-23 10:24:17 »

I have used LibGDX to create my first game, and it creates five different project folders(Android, IOS, HTML, Desktop, Web) for a single project.  I would like to place all five within a single folder to help organize my workspace.

Is this possible?
Offline Gibbo3771
« Reply #1 - Posted 2014-02-23 11:22:17 »

I have used LibGDX to create my first game, and it creates five different project folders(Android, IOS, HTML, Desktop, Web) for a single project.  I would like to place all five within a single folder to help organize my workspace.

Is this possible?

Actually now that I think of it, it technically should be :S.

It might get a little confused and you might need to tell it in the build path that it has moved around, amma gonna try.

EDIT: Nope, not from what I can see, you can not create an folder in the project explorer, it can only actually have projects in there and since each folder that LibGDX generates is a project in its own right with separate build path, config etc etc, it is not possible.

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Offline ImTroyMiller
« Reply #2 - Posted 2014-02-24 03:46:00 »

I have used LibGDX to create my first game, and it creates five different project folders(Android, IOS, HTML, Desktop, Web) for a single project.  I would like to place all five within a single folder to help organize my workspace.

Is this possible?

Actually now that I think of it, it technically should be :S.

It might get a little confused and you might need to tell it in the build path that it has moved around, amma gonna try.

EDIT: Nope, not from what I can see, you can not create an folder in the project explorer, it can only actually have projects in there and since each folder that LibGDX generates is a project in its own right with separate build path, config etc etc, it is not possible.

I guess I'll just make that entire game into a workspace, and then create another workspace for my next game/program.

To bad Eclipse doesn't allow this.

Thanks for answering.
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« Reply #3 - Posted 2014-02-24 12:18:02 »

What you ask is very well possible. I do this on my projects:
1. Make a subdirectory in your workspace directory (e.g. <workspace>/<my project>)
2. Place the generated LibGDX project directories inside this directory
3. Import the generated projects in Eclipse (or if you already have them in Eclipse, first remove them without deleting files)

Would this do it for you?

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