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I am an Android developer, while I am developing a new project I often find I need to import a library project, so in every new project I need to to copy my library project and then I can add.

Is there any better way to have single copy of my library project which I can then import into every one of my other projects without copying the same (library) project over and over again?

I am using BitBucket.org to host my code.

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What do you mean ? You should be able to store your library in one place and then just reference it. It will appear in every project but that does not mean that it is duplicated –  Kemoda Jun 11 '13 at 11:20
    
@Kemoda yes, you got my point –  rajpara Jun 11 '13 at 12:22
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