To make managing JUCE projects a bit smoother, we just added another little feature to Introjucer - a new Global Preferences window, which allows you - among other things - to set dependency paths (like 3rd party SDKs) globally for your machine. It looks like this: Screenshot
You can update to the newest tip and check it out. It's in the main menu under "Tools".
Your existing projects will not be modified, however now you have the option to leave path settings in your project blank, and then they will automatically fall back to whatever you have set globally for your machine. This is also what now happens by default if you create new Introjucer projects. We hope that this makes it easier to transfer JUCE projects between different machines/developers.
We may add more stuff to that Global Preferences window in the future. For example, it could be useful to set global JUCE module paths per machine there, and maybe other things (please post if you have good suggestions).
Also, the Introjucer now checks if your path settings are OK, and if not they will be displayed in red. So you have a chance to identify and fix wrong path settings in the Introjucer directly, instead of stumbling upon it later when your project fails to compile and you have to figure out why.
Hope this will be useful!