Use multiDexEnabled without Gradle but Eclipse build process instead

Since the latest SDK version, its much more simple to create applications with multiple dex files ( ), my question is, can this new feature also be used when I’m not using Gradle for the build process but the “old” Eclipse build chain?

The “multiDexEnabled true” in the Gradle build file must be transmittible to the Android compiler also in other ways?

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    I have had the same issue.
    So I use the following workaround. Have added ‘android-support-multidex’ to lib folder and update ‘dependecices’ tag in gradle in next way

    dependencies {
    compile fileTree(dir: 'libs', include: '*.jar', exclude: 'android-support-multidex.jar')
    compile ''}

    I hope this will be useful for you.

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