SOLVED Custom framework locations

I'm incorporating some external libraries into my build and so I have a custom hierarchy built up. I've been able to figure out on my own how access my projects in a solution i.e:

/plugins/my-custom-folder/plugin1
/plugins/my-custom-folder/plugin2
/plugins/my-custom-folder/plugin3

But I cannot figure out how to use my custom common api. Assuming I've given it the ModuleID com.company.common.framework and placing it in my-custom-folder I've tried adding it a few different way to a projectdefinition.txt

1. APIS=plugins/my-custom-folder/common.framework
2. APIS=common.framework
3. APIS=plugins/my-custom-folder/com.company.common.framework
4. APIS=com.company.common.framework

The ones where I specify plugins/ get close, the project gets generated but the reference can't be found, and it doesn't pop up in my solution's framework list. The framework folder itself is called plugins/my-custom-folder/common.framework. Maybe it needs to be com.company.common.framework after the ModuleID defined in the projectdefintion.txt. I also noticed the C4D frameworks don't even use the ModuleID field.

Hi As Kent stated if it's a Cinema 4d frameworks you should put it in the framework directory.
This way it will be accessible with APIS=common.framework in your projectdefinition.txt

For more information, take a look at the Custom Framework Manuel.

If you have any questions, please let me know.
Cheers,
Maxime.

As far as I am aware all frameworks need to be in the frameworks directory, ie the same one the C4D frameworks are located in. That is where I place all my frameworks and it works fine. I have already requested an addition to the project tool to let us set our own additional framework folder. Hopefully sometime we will see it added.

Hi As Kent stated if it's a Cinema 4d frameworks you should put it in the framework directory.
This way it will be accessible with APIS=common.framework in your projectdefinition.txt

For more information, take a look at the Custom Framework Manuel.

If you have any questions, please let me know.
Cheers,
Maxime.