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Hey all,

Here's my situation.

I have two Eclipse projects, we'll call CommonStuff and MainProject.

I'm using the etaras RAPC ANT plugin. NOTE : I am open to alternate solutions NOT using the etaras plugin, provided that I do not have to use the JDE, and I can do all the development work in Eclipse.

I have an RAPC ANT task that creates the CommonStuff as a library project, complete with CommonStuff.jar CommonStuff.cod CommonStuff.alx, etc.

Now, I want to be able to use the precompiled artifacts from CommonStuff as input into the RAPC ANT task for MainProject.

Recompiling the CommonStuff project when building the MainProject is not an option because I want the ability to precompile several versions of CommonStuff and use them in a number of different projects besides MainProject.

I've tried so many combinations of cldc tags and library tags in the RAPC task that my eyes are bleeding!

The output result should be a MainProject.alx, that includes TWO "application" nodes in it, one for MainProject, and one for CommonStuff. Also, a MainProject.jad that has entries like :

RIM-COD-URL-1: MainProject.cod
RIM-COD-Size-1: 23140
RIM-COD-URL-2: CommonStuff.cod
RIM-COD-Size-2: 19215

The idea here is that I can give away the precompiled CommonStuff.cod module to someone else to use in their BlackBerry development without them having the .class or .java files. Aren't these modules pluggable in this way using the RAPC ANT plugin?

Any and all help/suggestions/comments appreciated.

Sincerely,
Matthew Wheaton
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