OK I know people have asked this problem thousands times, but Android studio is so so so hard to understand and use and I still can't find the correct way.
I find several solutions, but all of them says to copy the library codes into main project. It makes no sense to me. When I try to build a standalone project for the library, I find no "New project from existing source" like that in Eclipse.
Can I have a step-to-step for:
- I have a main Android Studio project
- I have an Eclipse Android library project
- Without making a copy of library project
- I can let the main project "use" library project
The point is, if I have many app projects using the same library source, I can just modify one copy. If I need to put library codes in every app project, it's a disaster. Eclipse can do this without any problem.
Thank you. I'm really exhausted with Android Studio, but I can't choose to stay on Eclipse since Google says ADT won't be supported anymore.