Not the correct place to discuss it, however you cannot assume that it is a single drive. You can of course build large sets of folders but it will be less useful than zipping the project folder yourself.
I was facing this problem and always copied the modules instead of using relative. Now that the matter came up, see below, (intentionally made code below to keep message small) https://www.b4x.com/android/forum/threads/b4a-v9-90-has-been-released.119043/post-746297...
Thank you Erel!!!
Why is this posting not listed in 'Android Questions -> Other'? I found it only by search for 'b4a 9.9'
Edit 13:36: Sorry, suddenly it appears in 'other'
Edit 23:36: again disappeared, now on page 2. Would it not be a help, if it stayed on top of all the postings?
I had a win7 32bit with B4A 8.00 with:
I want to upgrade to v9.90
what to do:
1) just run the new B4A.exe
2) uninstall B4A first then run the new B4A.exe
3) something else?
Also, if i don't update java and use the 8u171 allready installed at the first installation of B4A 8.00 and also keep as is the Android SDK Command line tools
i will be ok to use the v.9.90 and publish for google play store ?
B4A includes all the features needed to quickly develop any type of Android app. B4A is used by tens of thousands of developers from all over the world, including companies such as NASA, HP, IBM and others.