I need to jar file of this github library source code


#1

I want to use this github library source code as a jar file in eclipse. for making jar file of this github project, i imported this library into a new eclipse project and tried to solve errors of classes but i dont Know how can i solve this error: CodeClassifier cannot be resolved to a type
Can anyone give me jar file of this project?


#2

You don’t need a jar file provided for you - add https://jitpack.io/ as a Maven repository and com.github.kbiakov:CodeView-android:f2b0dfd as a dependency. You can do this with any GitHub project - it’s just com.github.<username>:<repository>:<commit hash or tag>.


#3

Thanks pie_flavor for your answer but how can i add a Maven repository?
please guide me step by step because i am a beginner in eclipse.


#4

https://docs.spongepowered.org/stable/en-GB/plugin/workspace/eclipse.html

This is how to setup sponge in eclipse using Maven. After that then tell us


#5

He is not using Sponge, didn’t you look at what he linked? This is an Android project.


#6

To add a Maven repository, add maven { url 'https://jitpack.io' } to your repositories block in build.gradle.


#7

Thank you very much pie_flavor for your answer. I imported FlexibleRichTextView library in a gradle project in eclipse and added all necessary jar files to the project for resolving errors, but one error is remained.


This error is related to CodeView-android library. For resolving this error too, i added maven { url "https://jitpack.io" } in my root build.gradle at the end of repositories and added the dependency compile 'com.github.kbiakov:CodeView-android:1.3.1' in dependencies block, but the error has not been resolved yet. what should I do?


#8

You may have to tell Gradle to refresh itself. If that doesn’t work, closing and reopening Eclipse might. I’ve never used Eclipse with Gradle, so I couldn’t say for sure how it works exactly. I wasn’t even aware that Eclipse had Android support - IntelliJ or Android Studio have always been the platform for it.


#9

FYI, Eclipse was used for Android development before Android Studio came along

It was the official IDE for Android but was replaced by Android Studio