05-13-2012 04:51 AM
I have both NDK's installed on my win 7 machine. I have noticed that if you have an instance of both open at the same time, you can get some strange behaviour from eclipse. However, using them independently seems tonwork without issue.
05-17-2012 09:07 AM
When both were installed, even if only one was open, none worked: 2.0 said that it found environment 10 while expecting 2.0; and 10beta said that it could not detect the simulator. Then I decided I only wanted NDK 10 (for Cascades) and I uninstalled 2.0. However, NDK 10beta still cannot find the simulator (has trouble "building a target"), but only when I try to build/run an app, otherwise the sim is listed in the bottom IDE panel. I wonder what I'm missing here.
05-17-2012 10:58 AM
Something to try - I had problems this morning and this was what I had to do.
Configure the IP Address for the simulator manually - auto discovery was not working so needed manual setting.
Once that was set I selected the project I wanted to run and right clicked to select the Build Configurations->Set Active and made sure this was set to Simulator-Debug. Verify this took just to be on the safe side.
At this point I was able to build and run the Cowbell Sample App on the sim with no problem.
Hope this helps.
05-17-2012 11:09 AM - edited 05-17-2012 11:37 AM
I think I have alreay tried what you suggest but I will try again. Maybe I should also try deleting all NDK settings (reinstalling the package didn't help) in case the NDK 2.0 installation saved settings that interfere with NDK 10.
05-18-2012 10:22 AM - edited 05-18-2012 06:45 PM
It works for me now, after I followed the instructions posted by user Offo in another thread. Thanks.
Update: Just to be clear - I uninstalled the 2.0 NDK as I chose Cascades.