mm & Android.mk clean

by Sambhav » Sat, 03 Jul 2010 12:43:12 GMT


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 Hi,

I have written a Android.mk file for creating a static library.
I browse to the this library location in my android source code tree and
execute
#mm
to compile it.

But many times I see that if I make changes to Android.mk file and recompile
it just says
make : Nothing to be done for 'files'

How can I call a clean the previous build and run it again just like make
clean all.

Regards,
Sambhav

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mm & Android.mk clean

by Deva R » Mon, 05 Jul 2010 13:22:58 GMT


 you can try

clean ur exisiting module
 make clean-<moudlename>
 eg: make clean-libomx (to clean libomx.so)


or,

touch one or all source files, in your library folder
 find . -exec touch {} \;

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mm & Android.mk clean

by RockNCode » Wed, 07 Jul 2010 08:56:32 GMT


 'mm -B' will rebuild all the libraries under that directory, suppose
it is equivalent to make clean all.




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