— -- you could use links to do what you are trying to do.
Now all subsequent updates from C2 go to the second location and only the www folder in your initial XDK project will be updated, leaving the <project-name>.xdk unchanged each time you export to the second project.
In this case your first project is the master XDK project, meaning it contains the plugins folder, the <project-name>.xdk file, etc. The second project is the master source code project, because it contains the www folder with all resources. This will work best with hard links, not soft links, which require that both projects exist on the same filesystem. Hard links are supported on Mac, Linux and Windows machines, so this solution applies regardless of the OS on your development system.
Ashley and — -- I've tried to summarize how best to update an existing Intel XDK project using the "new" Construct2 export option, here > https://software.intel.com/en-us/forums ... pic/607195 <
Ashley -- I'm not clear on how to refer to your "new" export process. Please read over what I have written to confirm that I have not left anything out and there is no confusion.
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Thanks — I had also some other problems with r236 so I just reverted to C2 r235 for now.