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Opcode No expanded opcode for

Postby Chickenwing » Thu Mar 29, 2012 11:58 am

Hi iam trying to build an app with some external libraries.
While compiling i get an error like
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trouble writing output: No expanded opcode for 2e3a347b XXX.java:58@0001: invoke-direct v0:NffffLXX/XXX/XX$1;, java.lang.Object.<init>:()V


For the X there are information about the classes.

One of the libraries is larger than 10Mb.
The Information i found was something with the 64k Limit.1

But according to smali this should not be the problem.

Iam using:
Win7
Api-Level 15
Eclipse + ADT
Platform 4.0.3


Any idea what it could mean?
Is the path iam on with 64k Limit right ?
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