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Android / what do you need to install on cygwin to get the android to work

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Posted: 24th Dec 2011 01:52
The guide does not really specify what to download to make apps work for the android so I guess I just add emacs and c++ stuff hopefully it works.

Go through yourself at a wall.
westalke
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Posted: 24th Dec 2011 14:28
just do a standard cygwin install and plus make.

WESTA
westalke
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Posted: 24th Dec 2011 14:28
just do a standard cygwin install and plus make.

WESTA
The Zoq2
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Posted: 25th Dec 2011 10:21
I have the same problem (I think) I get a weir compiler error in the logfile when I try to compile the interpeter in cygwin
westalke
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Posted: 25th Dec 2011 11:14
I had all sorts of issues trying to use the android r7 ndk, when i switched back to the r6b ndk however those issues all went away.

There seemed to be issues with the 32bit awk file and other compile issues that meant Eclipse reporting weird errors as well.

With the r6b build - zero issues - interpreter built first try.

This its best for the dev team to get support for r7 ndk sorted before wasting time with it ourselves.

Westa
MarcoBruti
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Posted: 16th Jan 2012 11:59
you can use ndk-r7. You have to rename the awk.exe in directory C:\android\android-ndk-r7\prebuilt\windows\bin. This tool and the others have supplied in order to avoid cygwin installation (at least I understood that), but at the moment awk has problems (maybe it is the 64 bit version or other issues).
If you rename it, ndk-build shall use the awk supplied by cygwin, and all should work. I succeded in building and installing the AppGameKit player on my Samsung Galaxy Gio (A REAL BARGAIN, only 170€ for a almost full fledged Android Smartphone!!!).
Leslie101
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Posted: 18th Jan 2012 15:22
i got the same problem - that's what i was afraid of when i was buying it. than i thought : android is pretty popular, i'm not gonna have trouble with it, but... here goes

Leslie101
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Posted: 18th Jan 2012 15:23
that's what i was afraid of when i was buying it but than i thought: android is pretty popular, i'm not gonna have trouble with it, but... here goes

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