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too much info= null info, cannot find a guide to resolve dependencies

 
Giovanni Montano
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dear developers,
i can find tons of documents ont his issue on internet, but still,
i am not able to resolve this problem, because I do not understand what is the problem.
i work during the lunch break with eclipse at office, then bring the project at home and import the project inside the eclipse workspace, when i open it...
dozens of error for imports that cannot be resolved.
everybody has this problem, but i do not understand how to solve, cannpt find in internet a guide that explain me.
i can imagine that android is made to work on different platforms, so probably what is written inside the android manifest is essential, for instance in mine is written min vers 8 and max 19, but still i cannot fix the thousands of dependencies, because i do not understand what kind of libraryi should add.
there is a guide that explain how to RATIONALLY solve it, what happens in the pc? and what is expected the user should do? i can i choice the right jar i should add?
thank you
 
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For starters, it would help if you mentioned *which* dependencies are missing. Then you should tell us how you have added those dependencies to your build classpath. Since the directories are probably different between your work computer and your home computer, it wouldn't be surprising that Eclipse can't find them.
 
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Ulf Dittmer wrote:For starters, it would help if you mentioned *which* dependencies are missing. Then you should tell us how you have added those dependencies to your build classpath. Since the directories are probably different between your work computer and your home computer, it wouldn't be surprising that Eclipse can't find them.

thank you for your help, i understand looks as a banal question, but please believe me all the tutorial i found so far are really confusing
i updated the SDK to the last version and opened a new workspace where i imported my project
going in properties( right click mouse on the folder file) and clicking android i have a project build target called android 4.4.2 API 19 and in library there is a reference appcompat_v7 is indicated with wrong x red that probably means that i should remove it

under java build path i have checked on the sub tab order and export android private libraries and android dependencies

is so frustrating because i have not idea what i have to do, i do not understand what logic i should follow

i have ADT v22.6 1085508 v 201403212031
the SDK is 22.6

edit i updated to v23. The way i added the dependencies? i am afraid ike the tv of donald duck, i just giggle around trying casual combinations, now i updated to v 23..0.2
i think your hint about different directories between my house and my work is interesting. But how can i fix this? thank you
 
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