release build/debug build

by sd » Mon, 03 Nov 2008 02:24:43 GMT


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 Sorry about this basic question, but I cannot find an option to allow
me to specify release or debug build in eclipse. I have both eclipse
JDT plugin and Android Development Tools plugin installed. Do I need
to set up different builds myself?

Thanks,
sd
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release build/debug build

by s d » Mon, 03 Nov 2008 03:58:30 GMT


 I found the answer already...

To compile your application in release mode, right-click the project in the
Package pane and select Android Tools > Export Application Package.





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