Android :: Library Project Symbolic Link Name

Oct 2, 2010

Is there any way to control the name of the link that Eclipse makes when it integrates a library project? I have inconsistency going on depending on the machine, and I don't understand why. The project structure is really simple, basically there's a library called "_engine" and a set of other projects with varying names. The _engine project is a library, and everything else uses it as such. I have three machines, one is using WinXP, one using Win7 32-bit, and one using Win7 x64. All of these are using Eclipse 3.5.2 and the same directory structure on-disk. They have a few simple path settings to ignore .svn subfolders and that's about it.

On both the XP and Win7 32-bit machines, each of the projects ends up with an _engine link underneath it in eclipse. The problem is, I'm trying to get this onto the 64-bit machine now, and on that one I end up with two links upon importing the project, one called _engine and one called _engine_src. This means the project doesn't compile. Only the _engine_src link seems to refresh, and if I remove the library and re-add it that's the name I get. I can make this work by deleting the extra (_engine), but I don't understand why it's doing this, and it means my project settings end up different on the third machine. Does anyone know if there's anything I can do to trouble-shoot this?

Android :: library project symbolic link name


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http://developer.android.com/guide/developing/eclipse-adt.html

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Aug 1, 2010

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Oct 4, 2010

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Apr 10, 2010

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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:
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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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Nov 19, 2010

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Aug 7, 2010

I've been trying to do this now for 2 whole days, and am about to give up. I followed the instructions here:

http://developer.android.com/guide/developing/eclipse-adt.html

but it is not working. I can see the library project is added to my application but I cannot reference anything in it. Also the R.java file from the lib was NOT added to my application, so the lib project contains tons of errors, everywhere it tries to reference it's own R.java file (most likely the cause of the former).

Also, in the console there are messages stating that the there is "No resource identifier found for attribute 'X' in package 'Lib Package'. The library builds just fine, and I don't get those messages in the console until I hook the library to my application.

You would think that creating and referencing a library would be a simple thing to do, as it is in most other projects, but this is turning into a real nightmare.

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Sep 13, 2010

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May 23, 2010

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Jun 18, 2010

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Apr 14, 2010

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Jun 26, 2010

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Aug 12, 2009

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Jan 27, 2010

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