Android : Include External Jar In Build Without Eclipse

Oct 14, 2010

I'm working with Android at the moment, trying to avoid using Eclipse (for which I have an irrational hatred).

I need to include an external .jar file (used in my Activity)and have no idea how to link it for ant debug...

I've read up on build.xml files but adding <path id="compiler.classpath">...</...> or <classpath> nodes to the XML doesn't help fix it.

Android : Include External Jar in Build Without Eclipse


Android :: How To Include External Files Into APK?

Nov 3, 2010

I need to attach several text files with the apk so that these text files can be stored at SD card when APK is installed. How can I do it?

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Aug 30, 2010

Use adb logcat, DDMS, or the DDMS perspective in Eclipse to look at LogCat and examine the stack trace associated with your error.

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Aug 14, 2009

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Android :: Include Additional Javax.* Packages In Droid App With Eclipse?

Oct 11, 2010

I saw article about Including additional javax.* packages in your Android App
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Jul 19, 2010

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Android :: Install External APK Necessary For App In Eclipse ADT?

Jun 2, 2010

I need to rely on external app (Barcode scanner in my case). The eclipse emulator crashes when I try to download it from within the emulator itself.

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Or Is there a way to directly install the APK and make it available for my application?

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Android :: App Build System Differences Between Eclipse And Ant

Mar 16, 2010

The Eclipse build for my 1.6 application project is succeeding and the Ant build is failing. I'm looking for help on why they aren't behaving the same way.

We are developing on Mac OSX 10.5.8 with Eclipse 3.5 against SDK 1.6 + Google APIs. There are no setting changes in Eclipse, either at workspace or project level. Similarly, our ant is also a vanilla-flavored unmodified installation of 1.7.1. JDK is 1.5.0_22. The CLASSPATH environment variable is not set. JAVA_HOME is /Library/Java/Home

The application was initially created by a team member using the Eclipse plugins. The application references two jar files, one of which has a dependency on javax.xml.bind.annotation.XmlSeeAlso, which is not defined anywhere in our code or in android.jar. The other jar file has an explicit dependency on android.jar. I generated the Ant build file using android update.

The Eclipse project builds an apk and runs the application in the emulator. I think this is incorrect behavior.

The Android ant project fails to build. I think this is correct behavior. MyClass.java:98: cannot access javax.xml.bind.annotation.XmlSeeAlso [javac] file javax/xml/bind/annotation/XmlSeeAlso.class not found

Why the two build methods are behaving differently? I would expect them both to fail.

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Oct 7, 2010

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Oct 12, 2010

I am trying to set up Eclipse so that it can build my NDK piece. I have installed Sequoyah, and added the Native Support. However, when I build the project I get the error:

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Android :: How To Build APK From Multiple Eclipse Projects?

Nov 11, 2009

Does anyone know of suggestions/recommendations on how to structure Eclipse projects in order to build an apk from multiple projects? I would like to share classes & resources (strings, layouts, etc.) across multiple apps. How to structure Eclipse projects to do such a thing!

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Jul 9, 2010

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I can get ride of the first error by simply refreshing the project in the left pane, but the second error always sticks around. I searched online and on StackOverflow here and here, although several people have the same problem, there is no definite solution I can find.

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Android :: Project Broken In Eclipse After Ant Build

Sep 21, 2010

I had a project working in Eclipse completely, but after compiling it with ant in order to use Proguard to obfuscate the code the entire project fell apart. The project consists of a single package containing two main activities and 4 helper classes to handle databases and such. After using ant the activities work fine but Eclipse cannot find the helper classes and won't build. Even if I explicitly import the classes the error I get is
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Feb 25, 2009

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Trying To Run Eclipse But Getting Ant Build?

Sep 18, 2011

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Android :: Eclipse Is Trying To Build Files In .svn Directories - How To Stop

Jul 18, 2009

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It seems as if Eclipse is trying to build the files in the .svn directories now. This setup used to work fine.

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Android :: Build SDK For Eclipse On Win XP And Customize Source Code?

Sep 24, 2010

1. I built SDK Android on Ubuntu OS completely. But this SDK only for eclipse on Ubuntu OS. I want to create SDK for Window XP. How can I do that? Does it like how to built SDK Android on Ubuntu OS?

2. I download Apps in Android source code such as: Email, Calendar, Music, Setting,... but when I import them into eclipse, it have some errors: project Calendar requires "import android.provider.Calendar;", "import android.provider.Calendar.Events;",... So where can I download "android.provider.calendar", "android.provider.calendar.Events"... from? Or how can I set up environment?

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Android :: No Build Option In New Project Dialog Box In Eclipse IDE

Dec 22, 2009

I am trying to build my first project for Android platform using the Eclipse IDE. The problem I am facing is that there is no option under the "Build Target" label in the New Android Project dialog box. And, hence I am not able to proceed beyond this dialog box (as the "Next" button is deactivated.) The online documentation says, "Under Target, select an Android target to be used as the project's Build Target. The Build Target specifies which Android platform you'd like your application built against." Could anyone tell me how to bring options under "Target" label. I am using Eclipse 3.5 (Galileo) and have installed latest Android SDK as well as all Android Platform components. The screenshot of the dialog box is available at : http://shared.pho.to/B2BF3343-D5DD-4ED4-F50F-468BEFC7698E

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Nov 9, 2009

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Android :: Debug Build An APK And Launch It Directly With Eclipse?

Apr 2, 2010

Does anyone know how to DEBUG build an APK and launch it directly with Eclipse?

in my case, no matter whether i use Run> or Debug> menu command in Eclipse, my apk always logs Config.DEBUG as "false", although obviously the apk is signed with the key in factory debug.store.

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Android : Ant Vs Eclipse / Build Methods Are Behaving Differently?

Mar 15, 2010

The Eclipse build for my 1.6 application project is succeeding and the Ant build is failing. I'm looking for help on why they aren't behaving the same way.

We are developing on Mac OSX 10.5.8 with Eclipse 3.5 against SDK 1.6 + Google APIs. There are no setting changes in Eclipse, either at workspace or project level. Similarly, our ant is also a vanilla- flavored unmodified installation of 1.7.1. JDK is 1.5.0_22. The CLASSPATH environment variable is not set. JAVA_HOME is /Library/Java/ Home

The application was initially created by a team member using the Eclipse plugins. The application references two jar files, one of which has a dependency on javax.xml.bind.annotation.XmlSeeAlso, which is not defined anywhere in our code or in android.jar. The other jar file has an explicit dependency on android.jar. I generated the Ant build file using android update.

The Eclipse project builds an apk and runs the application in the emulator. I think this is incorrect behavior.

The Android project fails to build. I think this is correct behavior. MyClass.java:98: cannot access javax.xml.bind.annotation.XmlSeeAlso[javac] file javax/xml/bind/annotation/XmlSeeAlso.class not found

Any ideas as to why the two build methods are behaving differently? I would expect them both to fail.

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Android : Glitch In Eclipse SDK - Can't Select Build Target

Jul 13, 2010

I believe I have found a glitch in the Eclipse Android SDK. I use my notebook for Android development and have noticed that when I try to create a new project, the "Build Target" section of the New Android Project dialog is unusable because of the small screen size. My notebook's screen resolution is 1366x768 and you can see what I mean in my screenshot here: http://imagebin.org/105099.

Does anyone have any suggestion on how to go about getting this fixed? Eclipse + Android is impossible to use on my notebook because of this bug. (Because the Build target cannot be set, I cannot progress through the dialog to create the project). I'm limited to developing in Genny and compiling manually for now.

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Android :: Eclipse - Refreshing External Folders While Programming

Nov 8, 2010

I have set up Eclipse to run as smoothly as possible because I was having a lot of problems with it running out of memory in my last machine. One of the configurations was to have it automatically refresh the workspace every time I save. I don't know if that is the problem but I thought I's mention it. Here's a screenshot of the error:

It happens every time I open Eclipse and save anything. I was also having another problem with something to do with my workspace being compliant with Java 1.6 when I need 1.5. But then I switched and the problem went away. This problem then popped up. Does anyone know any solution to this because it is really getting annoying now.

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Android :: Reference External Jar In Library Project In Eclipse

Sep 13, 2010

I have a workspace with a few projects in it. App1 and App2 are Android applications. Common is an Android library project. App1 and App2 depend upon Common (linked via the Android tab). Common has some external dependencies, namely httpmime & apache-mime4j, which exist as jar files. For some reason, it appears that I need to add my mime jars to the build path of App1 and App2 for compilation to succeed. This seems really dumb. In normal Java, I would add Common to the build path of App1 and App2 and things would work. Is this expected that I have to add my jars to every Android application?

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Android :: Eclipse Fails To Build Workspace On Large Files?

Jul 9, 2010

i have a severe problem with eclipse, where i need to compile a somewhat larger class. by "larger" i mean, the class has about 5000 lines of code... problem is that on saving this project, eclipse takes several seconds (30-40) to "build the workspace". to be exact, it says "50%" and keeps saying that for 30-40 seconds. then, it breaks with the following error:

[console]:
[2010-07-09 15:28:39 - Dex Loader] Unable to execute dex: null
[2010-07-09 15:28:39 - myProject] Conversion to Dalvik format failed: Unable to execute dex: null
[problems window]:

Conversion to Dalvik format failed: Unable to execute dex: null this error is reproducible and keeps popping up until i comment out several thousands LOC, so that the file still has this 5k LOC, but ~2000 of them are comments. THEN it works...

i know that 5000 LOC are no really good programming style, but i need to do it this way for now ... (i have to write this much records to a sqlite database and since sqlite doesnt feature multiple sql-queries in one rawQuery-command i have to execute a single rawQuery() for each and every data record i need to push into the db.... - until i write a file reader to read this data from a file (that needs verification etc)), i'm stuck with this solution...)

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Android :: Referencing Projects Under Java Build Path In Eclipse

Jul 27, 2009

I'm working on two projects. One is essentially a library, and the other is an application using that library. Now from the application project, I want to use the library's classes, so I added that project to the "required projects" under java build path. It seems to compile fine, but at runtime, I get this error:

07-27 11:26:57.037: ERROR/dalvikvm(741): Could not find class 'interdroid.contextframework.ContextManager', referenced from method com.bartvanwissen.contextframeworktest.MainActivity.onCreate

Apparently, the library project's classes are not added to the apk file. How can I make sure they are included? Since I'm working on both projects at the same time, I would like to prevent having to create a jar file every time I want to test something.

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Android :: Run Simulator Innormally _ Build Project Error On Eclipse

Feb 24, 2009

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Android :: Eclipse Deletes Java Files On Build Of Project

Sep 21, 2010

I have an interesting problem. I pull down an android project from cvs, which works fine. Once Eclipse builds the project, my .java files are removed. XML files, pngs, everything else is fine. I seem to be left with just the package tree, but no source files. Any thoughts?

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Android :: Possible To Have Eclipse Automatically Increment Build Version Number

Sep 9, 2010

I was wondering if it is possible to have Eclipse automatically increment the build version number inside of the Manifest each time that I either build or run an Android app. Has anyone ever done something like this?

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Android : Build Target Cant Be Selected In Eclipse / Way To Create Project?

Nov 8, 2010

I followed these tutorials to set up a Hello World Android app. But when I create a new java project I can't select a build target. It just says no targets available in the target selection box. I have confirmed that I am not having the UI issue described here (http://blog.rowancrane.com/2009/12/27/eclipse-new-android-project-cant-select-build-type-target), I actually have a message in the box saying there are no targets instead of an empty box. I also am using 1920x1080 res.

I'm guessing that eclipse is just not aware of my Android Targets? I installed them in the android SDK manager and see them listed under installed packages in the Android SDK manager (1.1, 1.6, ..., 2.2)

http://fyi.oreilly.com/2009/02/setting-up-your-android-develo.html
http://developer.android.com/resources/tutorials/hello-world.html

Any suggestions on how I can create the project and get started?

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