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U++ for Android? [message #27169] Tue, 29 June 2010 15:28 Go to next message
Mindtraveller is currently offline  Mindtraveller
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Did anyone try to compile U++ under Android platform with Android Native SDK? AFAIK it supports C++ and GCC.

[Updated on: Tue, 29 June 2010 15:29]

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Re: U++ for Android? [message #27199 is a reply to message #27169] Thu, 01 July 2010 17:12 Go to previous messageGo to next message
andrei_natanael is currently offline  andrei_natanael
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Hi,
Quoting from android-ndk README.txt:
Quote:

Also note that the NDK is *not* a good way to write non-JNI native code for the Android platform.

I think NDK is only if one want to write an app and cannot do it entirely in Java.

Andrei
Re: U++ for Android? [message #39258 is a reply to message #27169] Wed, 06 March 2013 16:14 Go to previous message
o_wild is currently offline  o_wild
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Hi,
I've thought of the similar question before, but I hope U++ can cross compile Android or Symbian applications instead of rebuilding a U++ for Android. See my post:
http://www.ultimatepp.org/forum/index.php?t=msg&goto=366 36&#msg_36636
But it seems that U++ can not do this now and probably can after many releases.
Thinking of this, can you still say it's better than Qt or Java?

o_wild

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