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Make Application and Libraries projects resolve dependencies from .classpath file instead of .project references
The Toolkit uses Project References to gather dependencies for the Application, Libraries and Flow projects. This requires that we have all the projects we depend on open in the workspace.
Having these projects open allow mistakes to happen, like changing some dependent code.
If the bar and other builders resolve dependencies from the .classpath file in addition to the .project, like most projects in Eclipse, we will be able to use an industry standard dependency mechanism tool like Maven with good integration with the Toolkit.
Make the builders resolve dependencies from .classpath file in addition to the .project file for Projects, Applications, Libraries, Message Sets, and all other Toolkit Project files available.
Additionally, add the option to chose the actual source folder for the flow resources, so we can maintain the convention over configuration standard like: src/main/flows/my/package/MyFlow.msgflow src/main/resources/my/namespace/MySchema.xsd
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