C programming

by Michael Dorin » Tue, 15 Dec 2009 23:26:31 GMT

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 Ok, I see all the examples on how to make a hello world program in c,
but all of them have you do an adb shell to run it.
Assume I want to have my c program do the useful things it already does and
use java for the UI, how would I launch my c program?
How do I bundle everything, java, c, into one distributable package?


C programming

by Sean Hodges » Wed, 16 Dec 2009 00:25:20 GMT


This is probably best asked on the android-ndk mailing list.

My understanding is that you can place your C library into the lib/
directory of your project, and it becomes accessible to your Java code
via JNI calls. You'll probably get a better answer on that list


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