I making an android extension and I need to pass some data from haxe to Java on startup.
I was thinking to have in project.xml, but how can I get that value in Java?
Are there any other ways?
<setenv name="MY_VALUE" value="123" />
String value = "::ENV_MY_VALUE::";
Ya, thanks a lot!
You can also use the same approach with
::SET_MY_VALUE:: if you
<haxedef name="MY_VALUE" value="123" /> or you
<set name="MY_VALUE" value="123" /> (or for shorthand I like
<define name="MY_VALUE" value="123" /> which does both)
That way it does not affect environment variables which may become a conflict depending upon the name of your variables
So many options, where can I read about difference between them?
Which way is better in which situation?
Btw, Joshua, I’m working on Google Play Licensing extension and would like to submit it to github (https://github.com/HaxeExtension) when ready.
What is the best way to do that?
Here is the difference:
- “set” affects the build process
- “haxedef” affects the Haxe compile process as a define
- “define” bundles both “set” and “haxedef” together in the same tag
- “setenv” affects environment variables during the build (which also behaves like “set”)
I just sent an invite to be a member of the HaxeExtension organization, which should allow you to create a new repository there