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From biasmv <>
Subject [GitHub] cordova-windows pull request: don't copy resource-files at plugin ...
Date Mon, 25 Jan 2016 12:49:32 GMT
Github user biasmv commented on the pull request:
    @sgrebnov: I've verified that it's still possible to have files in non-root folder locations.
I've inserted the following into my project (which is essentially what would be generated
by resource-file with the patch):
    <Content Include="file.txt">
    The file is correctly placed in somesubdirectory and not the output directory root folder.
So the patch does not prevent the resource element to be used that way.
    The suggested use of the target attribute would still mean that the files land in different
locations depending on the architecture. I'd need to change the C# library to somehow load
the unmanaged dll from from a different location, depending on what device it's running on.
I'd prefer if I could just copy the file with the correct architecture to the output directory
without having to do any runtime checks.
    Also, since I'm referencing the file from the appxmanifest as part of an extension (see
the original ticket, I'd need to change the
path in the appxmanifest depending on the architecture currently being built. 

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