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Recent code project posted by sstrader on 1 July 2011 at 7:33:06 PM
This has fixed the problem for me, but whenever I clean the project, I have to repeat this. Also I notice that the original post was 2005 and someone has replied a few weeks ago (2010). I'm new to Eclipse and I hope the real reason for this is because I don't yet understand how to configure my android app properly. If this is a problem with Eclipse, is it ever going to be fixed?
This isn't an issue with Eclipse (I don't think) but probably an issue with file visibility or network paths within the project. I rarely encounter this any more, and it's usually because of a missing jar or somesuch change in source control. I.e. if someone else adds a library reference in a class but doesn't add the jar to the classpath.
Check in Project > Properties > Java Build Path > Libraries, to start with.
Thanks a lot, it works very well
So, 5 years later.....this still hasn't been fixed?!?!? :))
Fantastic. Worked a treat.
Hey, good call on that nice tip; thank you.
Thanks for pointing that out, I just started my learning and this error really annoyed me, Thanks http://abtevrythng.blogspot.com/
Thank you for posting your solution!
This problem also seems to happen when the gen folder gets deleted during a clean. Manually adding the gen folder to your project so that it always exists seems to fix the problem when doing a clean.
So good, thank you.
as said by Kuz'ma, this hasn't been solved for 5 years !?!?!?
I can not resolve it, why?
Thank you very very very much!!!! the only solution for this problem on all the internet!!
Thanks a bunch, you made my day :)
Thank you so much, saved me a lot of time!
Thanks for sharing this :o)
It was kind of driving me crazy...
This fixed my problem! Thanks for that! :)
Excellent fix ... just added the JUnit library to the projects and we're golden. I'm looking forward to see how long it maintains itself.
Thank you! Saved me from losing the rest of my hair!!
Worked for me - 9 years after the first post! Thanks!