Eclipse: Your project contains errors, please fix them: - How to find ??

by Yusuf T. Mobile » Fri, 24 Jul 2009 14:20:22 GMT

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 ou can try to compile in the command-line, since you prefer it. In
the IDE, Xavier's suggestion is one good way. Also if you look at the
source tree, you will see a red x on the problem branch. Expand that
branch to find where the culprit file is.

Yusuf Saib
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On Jul 23, 2:52pm, Xavier Ducrohet <> wrote:

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