|How do I migrate my Android Eclipse project to using Gradle and Android Studio?|
You should create a folder in you project's root and name it libs.
Then copy your jar file to that folder and add
compile fileTree(dir: 'libs', include: '*.jar')
to your build.gradle file.
If above won't work. You may need to try this post
|Import an Android Project from Eclipse to Android Studio and I have this error message "failed to find Build Tools revision 8.0.0"|
Your build.gradle is trying to use Android SDK tools 8 which isn't
installed on your machine.
If you look at your build.gradle file you probably have this line
buildToolsVersion "8". You want your build.gradle file to point to the
Android SDK tools that you currently have installed (preferably the
latest). Just open the Android SDK manager and see which tools you have
installed and change the buildToolsVersion "8" to the right version.
|Android migrate Eclipse to Studio|
This helped me:
In Eclipse, Preferences -> Java Built Path ->"Order and Export" tab. Make
sure items are selected
If you have external Jars, manually copy and paste the jar in the libs
folder of the project. (I did this in my Finder)
confirm the project launches via Eclipse
If it runs, export the project again by "Generate Gradle build files"
(confirm overwriting existing files, if any)
Studio and re-import the project. Again, confirming overwriting of
any existing files.
Next to the run bottom at the top of the
screen click on the drop down next to your project name. Click "Edit
Configurations..." and select "show chooser dialog" if not already
|Android Studio new project Eclipse style|
You shouldn't use Android Studio if you want to stay with Ant (or even use
the maven android plugin).
For now, Google maintains Eclipse and Android Studio.
If you want to benefit from the Android Studio improvements but stay with
Ant, you should have a look at IntelliJ product : IDEA Community Edition.
|How to import Android Studio project in Eclipse?|
As the others say, a full import is not possible, but just try a manual
'import'. The key files for an Android project are the Java sourcecode (src
directory), the resource XML files and the Manifest. Just create a new
Android project in Eclipse and simply copy these files over. You may have
to create a new package structure, so construct the necessary packages and
copy each sourcefile over and refactor the package name if necessary. If
you use any additional libraries, you may have to manually import them as
|R.java is not generating neither with eclipse nor with Android Studio|
I'm not sure about Eclipse, but the most recent version of Android Studio
(0.1.6) has a known bug like this that only has a workaround at this point.
The workaround is to turn off external build in preferences > compiler.
|no gradle file in eclipse project Android studio|
All you need is a simple build.gradle file for your ActionBarSherlock
project. Here's one I've created:
apply plugin: 'android-library'
java.srcDirs = ['src']
resources.srcDirs = ['src']
aidl.srcDirs = ['src']
renderscript.srcDirs = ['src']
res.srcDirs = ['res']
assets.srcDirs = ['assets']
|Importing Eclipse project with 2 libraries to Android Studio|
Create an ANDROID_HOME environmental variable pointing to the Android sdk
directory which is included in Android Studio or create a local.properties
file containing the path to the Android sdk for each of your projects. The
local.properties file should be located in the root / workspace directory
of your project; it needs only to contain one line:
|Importing Eclipse project into Android Studio - getBuildScript error|
Fixed: I think I might have screwed things up by having a separate gradle
installation in addition to whatever is installed by the Android Studio
bundle. I uninstalled gradle AND Studio, then just installed the default
Studio build things worked better. I still had to update the gradle value
in the gradle-wrapper.properties file to "1.7" instead of "1.6".
But now all of my projects import correctly.
BTW, this was on Windows 7.
|Eclipse/Android Studio Device not showing up in Chooser Dialog|
There is another method that you can use .....when you run your project as
android project, it generates an .apk file. Just move that .apk file to
your device. Then on device run the application in debug mode.
|Importing an eclipse project in Android studio. Error with Gradle|
You have used Gradle 1.8, as your error mentions, you should use Gradle
1.6. Download it from here
|Getting an error while trying to execute application which has been imported from Eclipse into Android Studio?|
Have you looked at this question?
Basically, from commandline, navigate to the root directory of your project
./gradlew clean packageDebug
|What is the equivalent of Eclipse "Custom debug Keystore" in Android studio?|
You define a keystore in your build.gradle file. See the Signing
Configurations section here:
In your case, you want to redefine the keystore for the debug variant:
However, you should really be using two different keystores for debug and
|Cannot resolve Symbol R (Imported project from Eclipse to Android Studio)|
Try to use the new version (0.4.3) of the gradle build plugin, that was
More information about this version on g+ here.
|Configuring NSight (Eclipse) and ld|
Just use cufft as the library, so that it shows up as -lcufft in the actual
linker command line.
The gcc linker used by nvcc for host code compilation and linking expects
the libraries to be indicated like this:
(notice that the lib prefix and .so suffix are dropped)
|Configuring C/C++ on eclipse on Fedora|
Executing c/c++ program with eclipse+unix base plate-forme, it requied
object file of the program to execute/run it. So first of all you need to
build your program by just pressing Ctr+b to buid it. This will create an
object file that was required. Now you enabled to run/execute your
programe. Good luck :)
|Configuring angularjs with eclipse IDE|
You'd first wanna make sure you have the JSDT installed.
Next thing is to install some dedicated tools for the job, so check out
AngularJS Eclipse Tools. The AngularJS Eclipse Templates might be of help,
too, and here's a visual guide written for it to get you started.
Also see the AngularJS Eclipse getting started page.
Since this answer had been posted, the AngularJS Eclipse plugin was
released, as other answers stated. You might wanna check it out first.
|Completely remove Android Studio, Eclipse and all the libs/packages installed with them|
Removing Android Studio:
Remove the Android Studio folder, usually in
Remove .AndroidStudioPreview from home/[username]
Remove Eclipse from Software center.
|Configuring glfw for Python in Eclipse|
Python modules must be installed in the right directories. Usually
$PYTHON/site-packages/…. However why bother with doing all this manually.
pyglfw is available through PIP.
pip install pyglfw takes care of downloading, building and installing the
|Configuring a debug environment in Eclipse|
Found a solution on the Eclipse help page :
|Is there a way to convert an Eclipse, 1 library + 2 application projects into an Android Studio, 2 build variants|
You should use Eclipse Export tool to generate gradle files for you. then
you can easily export it in Android Studio
|Configuring the Mule JPA module to use Eclipse Link and MySQL|
Others have reported a similar issue with mule-module-jpa, the module is
not maintained. Also, is it a requirement to use eclipselink? Have a look
at a working Mule-JPA example, this uses Hibernate instead. A description
of the example may be found here.
|Configuring eclipse to delete logs before tomcat server startup|
I'm not sure if Eclipse is the right tool to accomplish that. In my current
project server start and application deployment is managed by Ant and
include a Task to erase Logs between this processes is trivial.
Ant integrates nicelly with Eclipse and Tomcat. You can do the same with
Maven if you prefer
|Talend Open Studio and Eclipse - Link source from eclipse to talend open studio and export job as test|
I'm a beginner with Talend Open Studio (TOS) and I'm using TOS for Data
TOS-DI is based upon Eclipse Framework but it is a standalone "product" (in
Eclipse sense) so, it has its proper rules for third party code
For example, you can use your Java code as a Talend "routine" or in one of
Talend tJavaXX components. But this is copy/paste, not classpath
Another way could be to integrate in YOUR Eclipse environment, the Talend
code. This is open source and you can get the code there :
But if you need the complete TOS execution environment, this will not
easily be useful for you...
Last chance (but I've not tested) is to try to change the classpath of
TOS-DI, using the "Debugger" perspective, i
|Change project file structure after migrating from Eclipse to Android Studio gradle structure|
While migrating your project from Eclipse to Android Studio, no change have
been done on project structure. The only that have changed are new .iml and
Your java code stays in project/src/ folder, and has not been moved in
project/src/main/java folder (like in a new created project from
Your AndroidManifest file also stays in the project/ folder and has not
been moved in project/src/main/ folder (like in a new created project from
At migration, the build.gradle file is customized in order to be able to
compile with the old structure is described in the gradle documentation :
Configuring the Structure
For a new created project in AndroidStudio, the sourceSets part of the
build.gradle file :
main.java.srcDirs = ['src/java']
|Project imported from Eclipse to Android Studio. APK files and some other files in bin folder are not updating anymore|
I don't know if there's a way to get a clean build via the UI (I haven't
found it yet, anyway), but it's pretty easy via commandline. From the root
directory of your project:
|Configuring properties via datasource vs configuring them via hibernateProperties|
The first you get a Spring managed datasource, which you can also use for a
JdbcTemplate or other work.
The second you get a hibernate managed datasource which is not reusable by
I strongly suggest the first approach as it also makes it quite easy to
replace your datasource for testing (by replacing it with an in-memory
database) or to replace it with a JNDI lookup.
|error in configuring pjsip for android|
Please, note that building with cygwin is not currently supported by pjsip:
linux reqs because of a problem with Windows headers)
Specifically, your problem is that make dep checks all source files per
module and annotates all dependencies in a .module_name.dep file, if file's
path contains a colon (e.g. E*:*//my_path) confuses make that sees it as a
new target definition, dumping the error that you see: "multiple target
patterns" (dep and my_path).
I would strongly recommend using a native Linux computer or, if not
possible, mingw (not sure if it works)
|Configuring Android to use in terminal for Linux Mint|
If ADB is properly in your path, the android command should launch the SDK
updater. Here is what I have in my .bashrc
|Android: configuring widget (same setOnClickPendingIntent extras for different widgets istance)|
It is caused by the way how Intents are compared. PendingIntent is
registered in system and when you try to add another one, check for
equality with those already registered is performed. Contained Intent is
compared using Intent.filterEquals, which checks action, data, type, class,
and categories of the Intent. If these are the same for the already
registered Intent and the new one, PendingIntent is not duplicated. It is
either replaced or left (depends on parameters, your choice).
Note, that extras are not compared here.
So you will need to somehow differentiate the intents, for example by using
data field or request code for example.
See documentation about PendingIntent here:
And related documentation about Inte
|Android Studio Project Structure (v.s. Eclipse Project Structure)|
The mystery: Android Studio's Project Structure and Build System
I don't know if this is because of the Gradle Build System (I'd wager it
is), but I'll tell you what I've understood so far.
Update 4: 2014/09/11 Added Cheat Sheet for BuildTypes, Flavors and
Variants(I finally feel confident to write this :D)
Update 3: 2014/09/11 Updated the comparison workspaces and projects to be
Update 2: 2014/04/17 Added more detail to AS project structure
Update 1: 2013/07/29 Added IntelliJ Project Structure
The IntelliJ's Project structure (shown at the end) is for IntelliJ with
the android plugin. The Android Studio, however, has a project structure
divided like so:
Structure: Projects and Modules
module in Android Studio is like a project in Eclipse
project in Android Studio is like a
|Installing Aptana Studio 3 on Eclipse 4.2|
This error message says your PyDev 2.7.5 needs a higher version of the
pydev core than aptana 2.7.0. You need a version of Aptana that's blessed
for Juno that includes PyDev, or you need to install Aptana into a package
of Juno that doesn't include PyDev.
|Worklight v6.0 - Eclipse Studio Hanging|
Number 3 is an Eclipse workbench issue. This is not only related to
Worklight, but to Eclipse itself, look here: CTRL+C / CTRL+V don't work
|Can Titanium Studio coexist with an existing Eclipse install?|
Yes. You can install both Titanium Studio and Eclipse in same machine. This
will not affect your eclipse and it won't make any conflicts. I have
installed both together in my system and it works great.
|Eclipse "Copy Qualified Name" function in Visual Studio?|
Not sure if this will be convenient enough for you, but you can choose View
menu item and open the Class view window (Ctrl+W,C or Ctrl+Shift+C short
cut - probably depends on the settings). There you can select a class or a
method and pressing Ctrl+C (or choosing Copy from context menu) gives you
the fully qualified name in the clipboard.
|Android: How can I open an older android project in Android Studio?|
Look at this links.
How do I open my existing Eclipse projects in Android Studio?
|Cannot create new Android application project or access Android preferences using Eclipse Kepler|
Ran into this same problem today running a Windows 7 machine. It has been
a while since this question has been asked, but having an answer here might
prove useful since this thread is ranking highly on Google for the error
I found that cleaning all projects in Eclipse and restarting it once it was
finished solved the issue and I was able to successfully create a new
Android project afterwards.
Eclipse menu: Project >> Clean
Similar problem/answer found on stackoverflow.
|Android Studio 0.2.2 + ActionBarSherlock setttings: Could not find class 'android.support.v4.app.FragmentActivity'|
As you requested my settings to be shared, I here post my project settings
Hope that you can help.
1. ActionBarSherlock project.
Note that only android-support-v4 is checked to be exported.
2. My personal project settings windows.
Nothing special but only ActionBarSherlock project is referenced.
|How do I add the library android-support-v7 in IntelliJ IDEA (Not Android Studio/Gradle)?|
You just need to add "@string/abc_action_mode_done" in your
appcompat/res/values/strings.Do not "set mediarouter as a dependency for
appcompat library".(In my case,"@string/abc_action_mode_done" already
exists in the appcompat/res/values/strings.I don't know why you miss it.)
"add depenency appcompat to mediarouter" is necessary.
|Android Studio & Gradle: Add outside java classes to Android main project|
you might want to make your Dir a own module
add include 'Dir' to your settings.gradle
create a build.gradle inside your Dir directory with this content apply
now you can go into your main projects build.gradle and add to
dependencies: compile project(':Dir')
if your Dir uses android related stuff, you might want to use the New >
Module(right click on your project in Android Studio) Function of Android
Studio to create an Android Library.
But i haven't tested that feature yet. If Android Studio throws an
Exception when trying to use the New Module, you should try to update
Android Studio, in the latest Version it works for me.
You might also want to check the Gradle User Guide and the DSL Reference
both are very helpfull in getting into Gradle and understanding i