I’m trying to customize the Android App following the steps that appears in Github tutorial https://github.com/spark/android-app .
I’ve downloaded the Github repository with all files and Eclipse Standard 4.3.2.
I follow all steps but the step 3 says:
You should now see two projects under the “Projects to Import” header: “SparkCore” and “Fontify”. Click on Finish.
But I only see “SparkCore” and there is no way to add Fontify. When I try to add only “Fontify” Eclipse says:
No projects are found to import
What am I doing wrong?
When you imported the project into Eclipse, did you select the android-app folder or the SparkCore folder?
You should select the android-app and then you will see both sub-projects listed - at least this is what happened whe I did this.
Thanks @ScruffR for your answer. Yes, I select the
android-app-master folder but only
SparkCore folder is listed and imported.
Could it be the version of Eclipse I’m using?
That is odd, indeed!
I am using Eclipse Kepler SR2, but SR1 and Juno worked fine, too.
Maybe you remove all android-app projects from your Eclipse Workspace (or create a new Workspace) and also delete (or rename) all files/folders starting with
.settings … - but not the
.git folder, if present) from the android-app folder and its subfolders and retry importing.