Android requires .class compatibility set to 5.0.

by Sylvain » Fri, 23 Apr 2010 08:02:05 GMT


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 I had to reload XP and Eclipse + android of course. I am using the
2.0.1 SDK version/ API 6.

Everything was fine before, Now the project doesn't load-
I get:

[2010-04-21 09:59:24 - LatLonQ] Android requires .class compatibility
set to 5.0. Please fix project properties.

Don't see anything in project properties. Where is this set? Never saw
this before.

A clue? when I try to open the "default.properties" from my project I
get:
org.eclipse.core.internal.resources.ResourceException: Resource is out
of sync with the file system: '/LatLonQ/default.properties'.

Help!


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Android requires .class compatibility set to 5.0.

by ravindra singhai » Fri, 23 Apr 2010 13:27:09 GMT


 Hi,

If you are using Eclipse SDK than perform following steps to fix your
problem:

Right click on your application name (within Package Explorer view) ->
Android Tools -> Fix Project Properties

It worked for me when i faced similar problem. give it a try.

/Ravi





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