Adding native executable to system image

by Kartic » Mon, 04 May 2009 10:31:37 GMT


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 Hi All,

I am trying to add some native code executables and libs to system
image.
I am able to add a jni library, its Java classes and apk files for my
application at the time of system build, so it gets integrated in the
system image.

Can anyone help me add native executables to system image.

I have some exe files made for arm platform.
I am able to run them on Android by first pushing them emulator/device
using adb push command.

Now I do not want to push them manually, I want them to be integrated
with system image. Where do I place them in my open source code
repository so that it gets installed/integrated with Android's image
when I give the make command?

Regards,
Kartic Grover
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Adding native executable to system image

by XC He » Mon, 04 May 2009 11:11:07 GMT


 If the executable file is EABI supported, it maybe can running at Android
platform.It may depends on how to make the executable file or library.

2009/5/4 Kartic <karti...@gmail.com>


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