How to add my application to the build process?

by Chih-Wei » Mon, 27 Apr 2009 16:25:57 GMT


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 Hi,
I'd like to know is it possible to add my application to the build
process?
I mean, building my application by invoking 'make' on the top android
tree,
and put it into the generated image for testing.
Is there any guideline for it?
Thanks a lot!

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How to add my application to the build process?

by heyunh...@gmail.com » Wed, 29 Apr 2009 01:36:05 GMT


 u maybe use "adb" tool.
ex. #adb install ur-application.apk
if u want to remove it,u can use
#adb shell rm <ur-application local path>+appliction-name.apk




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How to add my application to the build process?

by Chih-Wei » Wed, 29 Apr 2009 10:34:09 GMT


 Thank you for the reply.
Yes, I know how to use adb to install an application by hand.
But I'm asking how to add an application to the build process.
I'd like to create a customized image containing my application.
Is that possible?
I think I can copy the directory of an existing application and
modify it. But I don't know which makefile I have to modify.




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