10-19-2011 11:11 AM
What is the best way to call a NDK app/library from AIR? Are there any samples that can clear the air on this that is both one time calls (eg. spawning) or interactive in sending info and receiveing events?
NativeProcess seems to be one way.
NativeExtension seems to be another.
Still digging. Will report if I trip over anything.
10-19-2011 04:40 PM
We don't have any documentation or samples for this yet, but stay tuned...
10-28-2011 08:08 AM
I am trying to follow the tutorial.
I get a compile error of "cannot find -lAirSub".
I think this has to do with the instructions at:
The "list in the middle" I guessed to be "Libraries (-l)" becasue the steps prior ahd the QCC Linker/Libraries item selected. Is this correct? What is the "list in the middle"?
10-28-2011 08:53 AM
10-28-2011 09:00 AM
yes, I agree. I'm already doing some changes, corrections, etc... I'll add the list name, and maybe add a new image related to it. Thanks for the suggestion.
10-29-2011 10:41 AM
Otherwise it worked fine. Great!
10-30-2011 11:27 AM
10-31-2011 10:52 AM
my comments below:
- Was not clear which place to add the package directory. I added it under the project's directory which seem fine.
The package directory was my idea to keep the paths the simplest possible, since I've seen it is always a point of problems when working with command line. It could be whereever you want. In any case, I've added to the tutorial it should be under the project root folder.
- Does the name space version of the extension.xml file always stay at 2.5 or will it be the same as the AIR namespace?
I didn't find an explanation why, but yes, you should use 2.5 for the extension namespace, even if you're working with a different version of Air.
- In the section where you are addidng the resulting SWC to the main application, you have for #3 "Action Script Build Path". In 4.5.1, my IDE has "Flex Build Path". Similar for step #7.
For Action Script and Flex projects, the configuration names are different. I've added them to the document for clarity sake.