builde sample code have a error

by yui » Fri, 22 May 2009 01:56:54 GMT

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 Dear all
If i clean the project and select build progect, will have some worng.
and can't generate .APK file
message as follows

[2009-05-21 11:39:31 - HelloListView] no classfiles specified
[2009-05-21 11:39:31 - HelloListView] Conversion to Dalvik format
failed with error 1


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