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Build Path Error, When creating first Android project

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Recently I start developing a Android App. After downloading the SDK, installing ADT pluging in eclipse and create my first every Android project, I was confronted with a project error even before writing one bit of code.

After doing some googling I found that by default eclipse treats incomplete build paths as an error.

To fix this all you need to do is:

Open eclipse preferences > Java > Compiler > Building and switch “Incomplete Build Paths” from “Error” to “Warning”.

I also noticed once you have changed this option to warning and your Android project is rebuilt, you can switch it back to “Error” and you will not get build path error any more. Even when you create new Android projects.


Written by tomkaurin

October 13, 2010 at 5:46 pm

Posted in Android, Eclipse, Error

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