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    hi. I`m so pissed off!
    did anybody here, tried to use wrapper libaries?
    Well, last week, i was working on a proyect, who needs some external wrappers ( i mean, i couldnīt make them.. i recieved them complete...).
    well.. Go to project, right click, add exisiting module.
    Iīve added both wrappers, from a folder in C:
    i keept coding, until last friday, when i decided send to me a mail with the complete code (thinking about keep working at home...).
    At home, opened the IDE, and... MY WRAPPERS DIDNīT EXIST! :eek:
    where my wrappers gone!?
    sigh....
    now, i`m seeing that netbeans add a wrapper maintaining the absolute path. So, the library is NOT at all in your project.
    i`m going mad about it.. :mad:

    (btw, itīs the first time i use external wrapperlibraries in a project.Maybe iīm reaaaally noob. :( )

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    I have just a related feedback. I used esternal wrappers for my modules but it was before wizards for that functionailty is added to the IDE. So i did not have that problem at that time.

    But i am adding external jars to my regular projects and they are added with absolute paths too because i can not use them on another machine similar to you. I think this is a very simple problem that netbeans team can not miss. I hope there is a solution to this but i dont know if any..

    Good luck..

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    Well, thansk god there´s always a Senior to help.
    2 hours of hard working, and my code came back to life again.-
    :D

    But i let warning, to another people here: BEWARE WITH EXTERNAL WRAPPERS!!
    hahaha

    Bean: the solution it´s (i think) handle the path of your jars and modules from the project.properties in the folder nbproject. There, u can find the paths of jars and modules. (i can´t remember right now if that forlder it´s the correct...).
    Last edited by SwinGirl; 11-13-2007 at 02:44 PM.

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    So is there any way to tell netbeans to use relative paths for libraries?

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    at least, we didnīt find it yet...
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