IN SHORT: is there a viable way to save java extensions locally like coll files or abstractions.
My first in depth java project is doing wonders for my bald spot.
Typically, I like to take a project, and have subfolders labeled "version 001" etc. The ideal method would be to save java externals in the folder with the "main max file" like .js or abstractions. Then duplicate the entire subfolder, rename it "version 002" and continue working.
Right now I can't find a way to do that which means every time I alter my java project, I break it. I have no backup (since all my java externals in the "classes folder" not local.
From what I understand (which isn't much) In order to do this, I would need to add every single version individually to the "CLASSPATH". (max.java.config.txt)
is there a realistic way to do this?
In general, I feel as if I missed an entire lesson on the "filesystem" of java. where all the files are located", how java connects com.blah.fui with an actual file on my hard drive etc. how xcode interacts with java etc.(I'm using quickie) I cant ask all this of the max forum but is there some sort of tutorial on that?