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Subject [royale-docs] branch develop updated: Update application-structure.md
Date Wed, 31 Jan 2018 17:51:22 GMT
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     new fdb124f  Update application-structure.md
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commit fdb124f59a8efa260b463ffd04f966212e219f98
Author: Andrew Wetmore <andrew@cottage14.com>
AuthorDate: Wed Jan 31 13:51:21 2018 -0400

    Update application-structure.md
    
    Added a link to the page that lists IDEs that support Royale.
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 create-an-application/application-structure.md | 2 +-
 1 file changed, 1 insertion(+), 1 deletion(-)

diff --git a/create-an-application/application-structure.md b/create-an-application/application-structure.md
index f3c3a1c..d71ac29 100644
--- a/create-an-application/application-structure.md
+++ b/create-an-application/application-structure.md
@@ -26,7 +26,7 @@ There are multiple popular ways of dividing an Application into coherent
and reu
 
 Whatever you decide for how many files you will have, another thing to keep in mind is that
Royale can produce different kinds of output, like SWFs for Adobe FlashPlayer or Adobe AIR
as well as HTML/JS/CSS for browsers and Apache Cordova applications.  So, the recommended
practice is to create a folder for your project files and a set of subfolders within it. The
Royale compiler detects certain common folder patterns and automatically chooses where to
put output folders, although you can [...]
 
-If you are using an IDE that supports Royale, it will create the standard folder structure
for you when you create a Royale project. If you are working outside of an IDE, and perhaps
using command-line instructions to compile your code, here is how to structure your project.
+If you are using an [IDE](Welcome/Get_Started/Development-tools.html) that supports Royale,
it will create the standard folder structure for you when you create a Royale project. If
you are working outside of an IDE, and perhaps using command-line instructions to compile
your code, here is how to structure your project.
 
 Let's say you are creating a project called MyFirstRoyaleApp. Create a MyFirstRoyaleApp folder
and in it create a folder named "src". Put your source code in there. If you do that, the
compiler will put the output in a "bin" folder that it creates.
 

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