How can we build a debug image of the Android?

by Devaraj » Thu, 30 Apr 2009 05:06:18 GMT


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 Hi,

I wanted to build the debug image of the Android source.
I am using the following command
make TARGET_BUILD_TYPE=debug or HOST_BUILD_TYPE=debug

but i am getting errors and the build is not complete.

Is there anything wrong with the command?
How can I build a debug image of the Android source? What is the
command for the same?

Thanks and Regards,
-Devaraj
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How can we build a debug image of the Android?

by Dianne Hackborn » Thu, 30 Apr 2009 17:01:41 GMT


 You don't need to make a debug build.  There have been lots of discussions
on these groups about debugging, for various scenarios (native code,
attaching to running processes, etc0.






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