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Import Cellbots from Google Code Arctic to Android Studio and Eclipse  RSS feed

 
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Hi.

This CellBots  code in  android/java open source code was set up as a Subversion/SVN source 2011.

https://code.google.com/archive/p/cellbots/source/default/source

Here is the website for the android app.  CellBots

It was set up as Subversion/SVN on a Google server 2011 and I could import it to Eclipse 2011 with a SVN link and could create an app of it from Eclipe and get it installed to an android phone.

Now the code is not on a Subversion/SVN link any more.

You download all of it as a zip file.
When I extract it I get the code with lots of Subversion/SVN files all over the code and when I import it to android studio it does not compile to .apk .
So I do something wrong.

So to get it imported now, to Eclipse or Androd Studio, I guess you need to downoad the source code from google code archive as a zip file.     Then extract it.   (I did that.)    

I guess that I need to upload the code to a Subversion / SVN or github or gradle server and then import it to Eclipe and Android Studio, as I did 2011, to get it imported and set up correctly in Eclipe and Android Studio.

And I do not know how to do this.



If anyone know how to set it up in svn/github/gradle  and  import the CellBots code, and to get it working, in Eclipe and Android Studio, I would be happy.



Regards MagI
 
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