how to setup android development envrioment?

by hunter » Tue, 04 Nov 2008 02:45:22 GMT


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 Hi, all:
     I download android source code from git, and try to build on my
linux machine, and met errors:
build/core/main.mk:28:
********************************************************************************
build/core/main.mk:29: *  You are using version 3.79.1 of make.
build/core/main.mk:30: *  You must upgrade to version 3.81 or greater.
build/core/main.mk:31: *  see
file://...../android-dev/android-src/myandroid/docs/development-environment/machine-setup.html
build/core/main.mk:32:
********************************************************************************
build/core/main.mk:33: *** stopping.  Stop.

But I can NOT find the document from the directory, even the docs
directory is missed from android source codes.

Where can I find thoese documents?

Thanks.
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how to setup android development envrioment?

by Mark Murphy » Tue, 04 Nov 2008 12:49:11 GMT


 


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