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Discussion in 'Android Development' started by Rascalsailor, Apr 15, 2020.

  1. Rascalsailor

    Rascalsailor Lurker
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    Hi all. I am still learning and have a project involving a few buttons and a spinner as a simple test. All is working, but a problem came about when I added a new class file (myClass.java), just to practice using and accessing classes in other files. I also have a inner class in another file to spilt the onclick handler in another file also as a test - this is based on this suggestion: https://stackoverflow.com/questions...ultiple-files-for-better-organizatio/27285678
    Whenever I make any change to the myClass.java file (even if it's just typing a space), then when I compile I get errors (cannot find symbol... and others) As soon as I hit compile again, all is well.
    I can even make a file change (e.g. hit space) after the error-prone compile and then if I hit compile again all is ok.
    So I assume it's a synchronization error with the project. I've tried invalidating caches/restart.
    I'll send the code if need be. Any ideas would be great. Using 3.6.2
    Thanks and regards

  2. Rascalsailor

    Rascalsailor Lurker
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    No Ideas anyone ? - All I do is make any change in the new class file and then I need to compile twice - first time i get an error, second time is fine.

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