|Re: &quot;build&quot; eclipse [message #762394 is a reply to message #762387]
||Thu, 08 December 2011 01:31
| Russell Bateman
Registered: July 2009
Location: Provo, Utah, USA
On 2011.12.07 18:09, ajl254 wrote:|
> Russell Bateman wrote on Wed, 07 December 2011 19:56
>> On 2011.12.07 17:08, ajl254 wrote:
>> > So my background is C# and I am used to visual studio... in VS you can
>> > click on a project and select 3 (imo vital) options...
>> > I am trying to do this in eclipse (doing android dev) but I cannot seem
>> > to find a way to "build" my project without running a debug... I do not
>> > always want to debug my project but do want to build it to verify
>> > everything I've done is working correctly... is there something in
>> > eclipse that I am missing to do this or is it just not there?
>> Project -> Clean ?
>> Note that unless you've toggled it off (same Project menu), Eclipse's
>> constantly keeping everything up-to-date.
> sob.... yeah it is "auto" updating... Thanks for the pointer to clean;
> Also I found "Validate" as well which seems to do the same thing as
> build... idk I guess I am frustrated w/ the IDE and asking before
> figuring it out.
I'm not looking at your "Validate", but that's typically for a short
list of files such as .xml, .jsp (like your .asp), etc. You can turn
that off via Window -> Preferences -> Validation.
If it makes you feel better, I tried out VS 2005 (for C#) briefly back
when and found it very irritating. It's what you get used to, right?
Don't be afraid to ask.
For Android, I can offer you some notes on my own experiences. See
http://www.javahotchocolate.com/tutorials/android.html for whatever use
it might be to you.
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