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Thread began 9/24/2009 11:32 am by p_bywater389214 | Last modified 9/26/2009 12:09 am by p_bywater389214 | 782 views | 6 replies

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I tried moving the WA includes into a /includes/ folder at the root and updated all import paths. this worked fine and I can maybe continue doing this where possible.

If I then try to amend the scripts (i.e change a forms design) things break a bit but I expected that.

I'm quite fussy about keeping a neat and tidy directory structure hence wanting everything in an includes folder!
Also, if presenting the site to other developers to work on it looks more professional.

I think being able to specify a directory for all WA extension includes would be a VERY useful feature (and not too difficult?). Any chance of this being considered for future releases?

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