Location of SDK Source Files

When you create a new SDK ZentriOS project, the project directory is by default created in your Eclipse IDE workspace.

It is a build system requirement that the source files are either in the project or SDK directories.

To work around this limitation, it is recommended to create a softlink in your project's directory to your foreign source files.

This can be done with the Window Mklink command. See Microsoft Technet, mklink.

Example:

Assume your project directory is in the following path:

C:\Users\bill\Zentri\workspace\my_project

and your source file directory is in the following path:

C:\my_source_files

Create a softlink in your project's directory to your source file's directory with the following command:

mklink /d C:\Users\bill\Zentri\workspace\my_project\my_source_files C:\my_source_file

After running this command the directory my_source_files will appear in your project's directory as if it is physically in the directory. It is still actually in the C:\my_source_files directory.

You may use the SDK project editor GUI to add source files from the softlinked directory to your project.