|Re: Beginner needs some advice [message #1705389 is a reply to message #1705370]
||Fri, 14 August 2015 13:41
| Russell Bateman
Registered: July 2009
Location: Provo, Utah, USA
On 08/14/2015 05:41 AM, Harry Aasterud wrote:|
> Hi all,
> Did my entry in the APK world :). Experimented with APK studio and
> Android Studio. Now I purchased a data set (source code) that I need to
> build as APK. From the file structure and naming I see this is a Eclipse
> What I need to do is to change a URL in the variables, and second is to
> do some translation work. So my question is not about how to create an
> app from scratch.
> I just can not seem to figure out the steps to take. On the one hand I
> have the complete data set, on the other I have Eclipse. But I would
> like some guidance in what to do now.
> Do I create a new project? Can I import the project without to create a
> new project? Next will be to test the changes, and finally to create the
> I downloaded Eclipse IDE for Java Developers (Mars release 4.5.0) is
> that the correct one?
> Baby steps ladies and gentlemen, let's take baby steps. The entire
> process of editing and compiling should not take longer then 30 minutes.
> Anyone that can guide me?
> Many thanks in advance :)
Not sure how much help anyone would be here as this is an Eclipse-only
forum. Translating an existing Eclipse project to another IDE would
really be the domain of the folk who support that IDE.
Mars is the current release of Eclipse.
I have experience moving projects from Eclipse to IntelliJ and
vice-versa. I just roll up my sleeves, import the sources into the
target IDE and start fixing what's broken.
If I were importing a Maven-based project into Eclipse, for example, I'd
use mvn eclipse:eclipse. Is your new source built using Maven? Maybe
there's something from the APK folk like mvn apk:apk?
You might wish to build the source in Eclipse, get it running,
understand its layout a little bit before making the move so you'll have
an idea as to what it should look like when it emerges on the other side.
Hope this helps.
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