I have a classpath folder structure that looks like this:
src ├── client ├── server └── shared
And I’m trying to create a
client.hxml, which only compiles classes in the
# This I'm assuming is necessary so that packages can be located # with their full package names -cp src --macro include("", true, ["server*"], ["src"])
However building this, it would appear as if the
ignore parameter of
include() has no effect.
I tested it by making a class in
client use a class from the
server package, and the whole thing compiled without errors with the server class ending up in the output file. I do not want this to be possible.
Changing it to this:
--macro include("", true, [""], ["src/client", "src/shared"])
Gives an error similar to:
(unknown): Type not found SomeClassInClient
Which I’m assuming happens because it can no longer resolve
package client.foo.bar since its top-level is now the
So how should I go about doing this? Is there some better practice to achieve a similar project structure that I’m not following?
Some more information in case it’s relevant:
- The target is
- There is no main,
clientis a library.