Android :: Package Renaming In Eclipse Droid Project

Sep 13, 2010

I have an Android project created in eclipse.I want to modify the package name and application of the project.How to do that in eclipse?

Android :: Package renaming in eclipse droid project


Android :: Package Naming / Renaming?

Oct 21, 2009

I am trying to do an update to an app that was released under 1.0 about a year ago. When it was released, I used the package naming convention: "com.android.myApp". At the time, I thought this was the correct naming convention. In retrospect, this is not the case. The AndroidMarket does not accept new apps with "com.android" package names, so I am assuming the way I did it is frowned upon/disallowed. So my question is two-fold. #1: What is a correct method for selecting package names? I have started using a convention "com.myAppClass.appname". Where "myAppClass" is a arbitrary name that applies to a group of related apps and "appname" is the specific application (e.g. "com.mycategory.appDemo" and "com.mycategory.appFull"). Is this right? #2: What do I do about the app already released as a "com.android" package? My assumption is to recreate it using the above convention. What will the effect be on users who want to upgrade the application through the market or will the market even accept an upgrade version using a different package name?

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Android :: Force Close After Renaming Package / Causing This?

Nov 13, 2009

I have modified a sample app, and it works fine. When I rename the package though, it force closes. I have modified the package name in all the .Java files, as well as the manifest, in addition to the physical directory structure. I've even tried to create a project from scratch and copy the relevant code in. Any ideas what could be causing this? Am I missing something?

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Android :: Project Contains Errors - Eclipse Won't Compile Project

Mar 21, 2010

Somethings I'll have an? .xml file selected when I compile a project, only to have a? .out.xml generated. Deleting the file doesn't clear the error, and Eclipse won't compile the project. It just reports that your project contains errors. The solution is to go to Project/Clean. This will clear the error in the project and allow it to compile.

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Android :: Gen Folder Disappearing In Eclipse Droid Project / Need To Fix

Jun 9, 2010

I'm just getting started developing for Android and I'm running into a weird problem.
First off, I'm running Eclipse for Java devs v3.5.2 with the Android 2.1 SDK installed.

Basically, whenever I do just about anything the "gen" (R.java, etc.) folder will just disappear from the project. I'm seen some people online say that it was still on the drive, just gone from the project listing in Eclipse, but in my case it is literally and completely gone.

The only fix I've found is that if I refresh, then try to build, it gives an error and "gen" shows up in the project view (though it's not on the disk), then delete it from within the project, then Rebuild All and it will say that it cannot find it and is recreating it.

Problem is, I have to do this every single time I want to build.

There's got to be a fix for this.

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Android :: Eclipse Won't Start A New Droid Project Anymore / What To Fix It

Oct 19, 2010

A few weeks ago, I followed a tutorial to get Eclipse and the Android Development Kit up and running. I successfully built the test application and ran it on a virtual device.

Tonight I finally went back to do the next step in the tutorial, but when I went to start a new project there wasn't an option to start a new Android project. Even searching for it didn't produce anything. Window -> Preferences doesn't have an Android preferences dialog, either. The developer tools are still installed, though, according to Help -> Install New Software.

I'm using Eclipse Galileo 3.5.2 on Ubuntu 10.10 Maverick Meerkat. I just recently upgraded. I remember I had to install some additional packages to get Eclipse to run the Android stuff last time. I haven't uninstalled those, so I don't know what's causing the problem.

What's causing this problem, and what can I do to fix it?

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Feb 20, 2010

How to import the fbconnect-android.zip in to my project in eclipse.

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Android :: Want To Use SQLIGHT / Setup A Db File Into Project Using Eclipse Droid?

Jun 5, 2010

I want to build a db file where i can

1.withdraw relevant info from tables I already inserted there
2.add to this db file new values

but the main thing I want db file with info already stored in the application where 1,2 are optional from it.

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Android :: Removed Droid Library / Add New Like 1.6 To An Existing Project In Eclipse?

Mar 16, 2010

I am using Windows and Eclipse. Through a few mis-clicks, I removed the Android library from my project. I am able to add the android.jar file from the specific version I want but that is does not allow me to run.

In eclipse, how do I add an Android library like 1.6 to an existing project?

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Android :: Get Started New Project With Droid Development On Eclipse Pulsar?

Aug 10, 2010

I am just starting to get setup for android development. I have installed pulsar and the proper sdks I think. I want to develop for the droid x.

I can't find any information on how to create a new project using the installed sdks. Shouldn't there be a project type for android? Nothing like this is showing up.

Are there any tutorials for getting started using pulsar for android dev?

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Android :: Unable To Add JJIL Libraries To Droid Eclipse Project / Right Direction To Do?

Sep 1, 2010

I'm trying to use the JJIL libraries with my Android project:
http://code.google.com/p/jjil/

I followed all the instructions on importing libraries into eclipse on the android guides, and have had no successes. It just fails to import.

Can some one point me in the right direction with this?

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Android :: Way To Start Droid Project With Downloaded Sample Code In Eclipse

Jun 1, 2010

I'm pretty new to android, and just finished setup my environment and reading some tutorials. Then I got sdk samples from the web. Okay, what I wanna ask you is that is there a way to start a sample as a project in the Eclipse? I mean like clicking a project file in c# or a solution file.code...

Or, do I need to make a new android project and import (or add files? maybe) them?

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Android :: Created Droid Project In Eclipse - Files Should Add To Version Control?

Sep 16, 2010

I have no idea, which files should be versioned for a new android project created in eclipse. Could anyone tell me, what I should add?

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Android :: Available Package SDK And AVD Manager Of Eclipse?

Feb 26, 2010

Because I could not get avaible package from "Android SDK and AVD manager" of eclipse, could I get this avaible packages from somepalce?

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Android :: R Not Re-generating In Eclipse After Rename Of The Package

Mar 29, 2009

I renamed the package in the manifest from com.a to com.a.beta in order to upload a different version to the Android Market.

In the manifest I changed the referenced entities (services, activities etc.) to use the fully qualified name "com.a.X" instead of just ".X". Of course the code still references com.a.R, so there is lots of errors in Eclipse. My expectation would have been though that R.java will be regenerated in com.a.beta. But it is not generated at all.

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Android :: How To Open Project With Eclipse?

Jan 3, 2010

I am new to Android Development. Actually i am iphone developer and i am learning android developer. I installed android and eclipse and i run one project successfully.Now problem is that after creating project, it doesn't appear in eclipse. So can anyone plz tell me that how can i open project into eclipse.

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Android :: Open Project In Eclipse

Jan 23, 2010

I'm completely new to Eclipse/Java/Android programming, so this might sound like a dumb question, but I can't open the project I was working on last week. it's the "HelloWorld" project.I'm very familiar with Visual Studio so I've been looking for something like a project file/solution or a way to open a directory in Exlipse, but I'm having no luck and am completely lost.

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Android :: Eclipse Library Project

Aug 1, 2010

I tried to build test library and test app with latest ADT and Eclispe however Eclipse complains on each reference I made to library classes from my test app. This is what I did:

1. created Test Library Android project, marked it as "Library" (package name "test.library.lib") 2. created Test App project (package "test.library.app") and set it to use Test Library 3. Test Library got LibActivity class which simply referes to lib_main.xml layout 4. I defined that activity in Test App manifest file:.............

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Oct 7, 2010

I have an android project that uses ant to build, is it possible to import this ant project in eclipse IDE?

update : There is an option to create project using ant build.xml in eclipse File->New->Project->Java->Java project from existing ant Buildfile. and if the build.xml file is selected it show error "Specified buildfile does not contain a javac task"

I guess javac is declared in this task

<taskdef name="setup"
classname="com.android.ant.SetupTask"
classpathref="android.antlibs"/>

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Sep 5, 2011

I wanted to start a new android project in Eclipse but it is not showing up when i choose file > new. I can't see any option to create android project there. And I also have android SDK too

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May 2, 2014

I want to start a new android project in Eclipse but it is not showing up when i choose file > new. I also checked file > new > other. I can't see any option to create android project.

I'm completely new to Android development (but not to programming as such). I'm following the tutorial at Android Developers and got stumped immediately.

I've installed Eclipse and the Android SDK

adt-bundle-windows-x86_64-20131030
eclipse-standard-kepler-SR1-win32-x86_64
jdk-7u51-windows-x64.exe

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General :: No Android Project In Eclipse

Oct 29, 2012

I cant find "Android Project" when i go to eclipse>file>new>other>android>android project

"Android Project" is not there

While every person on youtube seems to have this

GT-I9100

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Android :: Import Package Default Projects To Eclipse?

Apr 27, 2009

how to import the Android Default projects into our Eclipse. E.g androidsourcerootpackagesappsAlarmClock. I want to import this project to my eclipse work space, I tried with import projects and open excisting Android Projects. But that two are not working.

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Android :: Open An Existing Eclipse Project

Apr 17, 2009

How do you open an existing Eclipse Project?I don't see an open button or a way to load an existing project.

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Android :: Eclipse Project Broken From Accidental Run Of XML

Aug 8, 2010

I forget to select the .java file before running an android app from Eclipse. I have a .xml selected, press Run and the projectfile breaks.

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Android :: How To Hook Into Eclipse Build Project?

Oct 7, 2010

I would like to run a custom shell script upon clicking Build Project in Eclipse. I tried modifying the "compile" section in build.xml, but my script is not getting run. Invoking ant debug on the commandline works, however.

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Android :: Add Subfolder To Layout In Eclipse Project

Mar 30, 2010

When I create a subfolder in the layout folder, and drag an xml file to it, the generated R file doesn't seem to show the subfolder. a) is there a way to change that b) is the file and file structure still picked up by SVN and c) so, if I do it that way, can I still just refer to the object using layout?

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Android :: Adding Library / JAR To Eclipse Project

Sep 4, 2010

This is a two-part question about adding a third-party library (JAR) to an Android project in Eclipse. The first part of the question is, when I try to add a third-party JAR (library) to my Android project I first get the problem of Error parsing XML: unbound prefix

because I'm trying to use a class from that JAR (and need the prefix somehow defined). What's going on?Second, (after fixing that--the answer is given below), my application doesn't work on Android and I discover via the debugger (LogCat) that the class I'm attempting to consume doesn't exist.

Caused by:
java.lang.ClassNotFoundException:
com.github.droidfu.widgets.WebImageView...

Why, when I get no compilation or linker error in Eclipse, does it have this problem on the emulator? These two questions are rhetorical for I'm going to answer them myself below. Other posts in this forum creep up to the problem and elsewhere there is discussion, but I feel that I can be more explicitly helpful for the next guy to come along.

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Android :: Eclipse ADT Not Installing Library Project

Sep 6, 2010

I am trying to create a library project, I've got things working up to the point of building the application that depends on the library, but installing the APK on the emulator always fails, because the shared library is not there. (The documentation indicates that the ADT would include the library in the APK of the dependant application, but this is clearly not happening.) BTW, I'm using the package name of my library project in the application's "uses library" tag. Is this correct? The documentation is completely silent on this subject. I've been banging my head against this for two days nowanyone has gotten a library project to actually work.

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Android :: Adding Library To Eclipse Project

Jul 18, 2010

I'm clearly missing something simple, but after nearly an hour of trying to figure it out, I'm still stuck.
I have an external jar file containing classes I want to use in my project. No problem, right? I just followed the instructions at

That is, I used the Properties->Java Build Path->Libraries panel to add the jar to my project as a library. But it doesn't work. The external library is being included in the compilation classpath, so everything compiles correctly, but the external classes aren't actually getting included in the apk. When I try to run my app, it immediately crashes with a java.lang.NoClassDefFoundError. And looking at the apk, I see it's only 20K, whereas the external library jar is over 200K.

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