Edit: I have dodged this problem by installing the NDK and Apache Ant (which also had trouble) manually, before pointing lime at their new directories. Everything seems to be working now.
Hey there everyone, I’m having a bit of a problem setting up to build on the Android Target.
It’s having trouble on the NDK setup specifically.
I’m using a Mac.
Any idea how to solve this? I’ve been playing with the Haxe 3.2 RC2 for a while, but I just reinstalled 3.1.3 and am having the same problems. Mentioning it just in case it’s relevant.
This is the output of the command line where it breaks.
x android-ndk-r8b/build/tools/toolchain-symbols/x86/libgcc.a.functions.txt x android-ndk-r8b/RELEASE.TXT x android-ndk-r8b/README.TXT x android-ndk-r8b/GNUmakefile cp: android-ndk-r8b/*: No such file or directory Called from ? line 1 Called from CommandLineTools.hx line 1359 Called from CommandLineTools.hx line 25 Called from a C function Called from CommandLineTools.hx line 94 Called from CommandLineTools.hx line 1374 Called from utils/PlatformSetup.hx line 406 Called from utils/PlatformSetup.hx line 416 Called from utils/PlatformSetup.hx line 828 Called from utils/PlatformSetup.hx line 181 Called from a C function Called from lime/tools/helpers/ProcessHelper.hx line 172 Called from lime/tools/helpers/ProcessHelper.hx line 242 Uncaught exception - Error running: cp -R android-ndk-r8b/* /opt/android-ndk