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in jbuilder, how to add other project's package into my project

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in jbuilder, how to add other project's customer package into my project, so that I can revise the code? the add files/packages...can only add official packages from sun, apache....
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by:CEHJ
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What about 'add directory' or something?
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Under project->project properties->Required libraries->Add->New

you'll get the library wizard which allows you to browse to the package you want, and specify a name for the library (which will be located under 'user home').

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>> and specify a name for the library (which will be located under 'user home').
Hmm, I would say that the library will be located at exactly where it is located, which might not be 'user home'  ;-)
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lol, to clearify myself:

the file containing the paths to the package you want to import is located under 'user home' by default.
When the file is included in the project (with the steps described above) you have access to the classes. The package can of course be located anywhere on the computer.

better? ;)

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