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#1 arashzz  Icon User is offline

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How to communicate between 2 different projects ? different builds...

Posted 02 July 2011 - 04:30 AM

Hi, I have 2 projects, one is based on android 2.2 target build and the other one is based on Google API 2.2 for mapview.
I assume I won't be able to put'em all in one project since their builds are different (although I'm not sure about this since I'm new to this part of android). So what I'm trying to do is to invoke my project with Google API from the first project. Any idea how I can do that or any better solutions for my problem ?

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Re: How to communicate between 2 different projects ? different builds...

Posted 03 July 2011 - 07:15 PM

I think that you can add one project to another in Eclipse and it will simply package both up individually and allow you to make calls between the two.

Click 'Project' -> 'Properties' -> 'Java Build Path' -> 'Projects' and add the one of interest.
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