This one is a common problem that I encountered when doing Android development. When I want to import my projects again, I always choose the option

> Right click > Import > Android > Existing Android Code Into Workspace

When I select this, Eclipse gives out the error message “[project_name] overlaps the location of another project”.

The correct way to import an existing Android project right into the Eclipse environment is:

> File > Import > General > Existing Projects Into Workspace
That should do the trick.

You can add normal Javascript files with functions or variables and re-use them within your Sencha Touch project by going to app.json and look for the line where “js” is where paths are specified.

Simple add another entry specifying the folder and Javascript filename.

In the sample code above, the Test.js Javascript file is placed in a folder named util which is located in the same folder where app.json is.

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