Re: How to build an android project that doesn't contain AndroidManifest.xml

by rose beck » Sat, 02 Apr 2011 10:46:01 GMT


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How to build an android project that doesn't contain AndroidManifest.xml

by eric » Sat, 02 Apr 2011 10:46:02 GMT


 I am new to android...and i am trying to build an application that
doesn't have AndroidManifest.xml but does contains files
like .sh,.bat,.exe,etc. Along with folders ant-lib and lib
containing .jar files...


Somebody please help me

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Re: Re: How to build an android project that doesn't contain AndroidManifest.xml

by Justin Anderson » Sat, 02 Apr 2011 13:42:33 GMT


 1. Wait more than 15 minutes before bumping your post.  Especially since
   it was made in the middle of the night.  Wait at least a day...
   2. You can't have an application without the manifest file
   3. Android can't run .bat or .exe files and I'm pretty sure you can't
   make it run .sh files without quite a bit of work
   4. What in the world are you trying to accomplish?

Thanks,
Justin Anderson
MagouyaWare Developer
 http://sites.google.com/site/magouyaware 







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Re: How to build an android project that doesn't contain AndroidManifest.xml

by Robert » Sat, 02 Apr 2011 20:36:43 GMT


 IF what you are saying is that you created what you thought was an
Android project and you got those files and folders instead then you
either didn't setup the SDK or didn't set it up properly.   Go to
 http://developer.android.com/sdk/index.html  and follow the 
instructions step-by-step.  DOn't leave any out, don't try to get
creative and don't short-cut anything.  It'll take you < 30 minutes to
get a working environment.  Then do the Hello World app. Depending on
which programming language you already know then you can either jump
into making an app (if you know Java or some other similar language)
or continue with the tutorial applications.

 If you don't know any progamming language and still want to make
Android apps then go to  http://appinventor.googlelabs.com/about/  and 
use the App Inventor.  Make sure you subscribe to their excellent
forums/groups for help on that method of application development.

If you want those files in your application then please unsubscribe
from this group and go subscribe to a Windows Mobile developer
group.





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