I'm building an application that can only be built from the Android source and can build it just fine from the command line. I'd like to be able to build from Eclipse for speed. I've tried these instructions:
But the instructions don't work anymore as the newer versions of eclipse seem to act quite differently that what is described here (I've tried 3.7 and 4.2). Both of those versions of Eclipse do not have the option number 5 in:
* If Eclipse asks you for a workspace location, choose the default.
* If you have a "Welcome" screen, close it to reveal the Java perspective.
* File > New > Java Project
* Pick a project name, "android" or anything you like.
* Select "Create project from existing source", enter the path to your Android root directory, and click Finish.
* Wait while it sets up the project. (You'll see a subtle progress meter in the lower right corner.)
So instead I tried to "Import" the source code but as some of the projects to import have duplicate names (which don't seem to be changeable). Even removing some of the duplicate projects leaves the overall state with tonnes of build errors.
So...are there better instructions out there for building with the most recent versions of eclipse?