How to specify the library classpath when deploying from Eclipse

by bquentin » Mon, 19 May 2008 13:38:44 GMT


Sponsored Links
 I'm try to run an application that I built using Eclipse. My
application is supposed to use a library and to get extra parameter.
When using directly the command line to run my application (adb
shell), I have no problem to set the classpath of my library and to
specify any parameter, but when I deploy with Eclipse, how can't find
how to set these values required at runtime ?
--~--~---------~--~----~------------~-------~--~----~



Other Threads

1. How to get network consumption?

Dear all,
     I want to get the network consumption (includes uplink
consumption and downlink consumption), can you give me a sample?

Sincerely,
Daniel

--~--~---------~--~----~------------~-------~--~----~

2. Need to know if it can access the USB as a com port

I have gone through the documents and found that there is a linux
kernel running.
according to the capabilities of the linux if i plug in the USB to
serial converter it should detecte it as a com port such as /dev/
ttyUSBX...

So by using the SDK can i access the Serial port some how?

I read that the usb signals are detected as a mass storage device
connectivity or power connected signals but what about the above
mentioned task?

The documentation also says there are C++ libraries inside but the sdk
sample codes are in java. is it possible to access using C++?

BR

--~--~---------~--~----~------------~-------~--~----~

3. setting proxy selectively

4. Browser Bookmarks Enhancement & CTS Certification

5. In-place upgrade of app, outside of Market

6. Changing volume of voice calls

7. Protecting application uninstall with password