In using IntelliJ IDEA, it is mind-numbingly huge chore simply adding the proper files to the proper places in my AIR Package build configurations.
Is there a simple way to add a single folder full of multple files to the package list in the AIR Package options in a build configuration?
Each time I've tried to add a folder of files, it simply adds the folder with no contents. In the adt binary (which is what the compiler uses), this can be done with a simple parameter. It would be great not to have to rely on the command line.
Rider question: In my case, I am dealing with a large and growing group of files and child folders filled with their own structures which need to be added to my AIR captive runtime build. These files exist outside of the source root folder proper, but in the project root folder (where the .idea config resides). Adding such files completely destroys the relative pathing in the package of each file after it is added, so I am forced to type in the relative path prefix manually after adding each file. Is there a way that I can add files from the project root that would preserve their relative pathing in the package?