message during install: "... has an ealier definition; blocking out"

by Jakob Sachse » Tue, 25 Nov 2008 19:13:24 GMT

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 what does this mean?

the information is not sufficient, where have those definitions been
In the one project that during install caused the message, in the
android.jar in other project apk's?

I double checked my sources and libs and can't find classes that are
defined more that once.

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