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Project Referencing another project [message #572502] Fri, 24 April 2009 19:59
Charles-Philip Bentley is currently offline Charles-Philip Bentley
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Hello, I have MTJ 0.9.1 and Eclipse 3.4

I wanted to see how conveniently I could work with MTJ.

I have 2 Java Mobile projects in Eclipse: project XXX and project
mobileLibrary

project XXX references to project mobileLibrary

both compile fine without errors.

However when I do Run As -> Java Me Midlet, I get an error
java.lang.NoClassDefFoundError: lib/libClass

Why can't it find the class? When I check the Run Configuration of XXX
midlet, the source tab has mobileLibrary on the source lookup Path.

Try it with 2 dummy projects.

You would expect it to work like with 2 Java SE projects or maybe I missed
something in the configuration.
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