From time to time in eclipse with ADT, I am getting errors that stick around even after I remove the offending code; in fact, they stay even if I delete the entire content of the file, as per this screen shot:
The error is
Syntax error on token "}", delete this token
Suffice to say, there is no such token.
Obviously this is a bug, but what do I do? My code won’t compile as a result.
Most of the answers given didn’t help or weren’t the problem (
Clean in Ran’s comment worked, though…). The easiest fix was CTRL+1, then “Clear All Lint Markers”.
Save the the file: Ctrl + S
In eclipse menu: Project – > Clean
For me, just cutting the whole line and pasting it back gets rid of the issue.
You can delete the supposedly false compiler errors in the Problems view window, e.g.,
Confirm deletion even though
javac may recreate them:
- Try cleaning your project and re-build it. It should go.
- Try restarting adt by going to DDMS>devices>click on the small downward arrow>select “reset adb”
- Try restarting eclipse.
Any of the above solutions may work for you.
You are deleting larger content. But some-where at Ending close of bundle which is “}”, by mistake you are not deleting it. So simply delete that “}”. Then clean-up your project.