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Rolias last edited by
However, I couldn't find any examples of how do do this. As a simple test, under windows, using QML 5.3, I tried moving my utils1.js file to the root of my E drive and then I used
@import "E:/utils.js" as MyUtils@
But that generates a "Script e:/utils1.js unavailable" error followed by "e:/utils1.js:-1 Network error". I then tried some other forms with the file prefix but haven't found anything that will work.
you can try importing like
import "../../../../utils1.js" if qml and js are in drive.