Ok this is a very small post, but if you look for this information through Google, for example, it’s hard to find an easy and clear answer. And here it is. Assuming your eclipse path is /Applications/eclipse/eclipse, and the all the Java code (even in subdirectories) resides in /Users/lorenzo/sources/java_project/, the command is the following: […]
Have you already done Project → Clean… and Build again (or most probably you have Build Automatically checked)? Of course you did. So, just look for problems in your res directory. Remove the problem, clean again, and that’s it!
I know that the title is strange and surprising, but in the rest of the post you’ll understand why. Preface I have an OLD Macbook, with a very small RAM. I develop Android app. To develop Android app, I use Eclipse with the ADT plugin. Very often I need a browser to check documentations, search […]