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To use Google Groups Discussions, please enable JavaScript in your browser settings, and then refresh this page. . Best regards, Julien Leave a comment on Julien Pauthier's reply Julien Pa.. After a ant junit you'll get: ... I'm having some problems in running the examples in the android emulator and I would like that someone helps me solving the following error: I'm on XP, I've installed Android SDK http://dukesoftwaresolutions.com/ant-error/cause-the-name-is-undefined-ant-build.html

For me my builds worked until I updated the Android SDK from V12 to V14. Then start using Eclipse with ADT and try to use Processing. Re: android update project (build.xml issue) 1 year ago Hi Jesse, there are many solutions to fix this bug that don't work for me. That might help us diagnose the proble. check here

More comfortable would be using a property file. Norway Øvre Slottsgate 4 0157 Oslo Norway [email protected] +47 911 36 168 United States 470 Ramona Street Palo Alto, CA 94301 USA [email protected] +1 408 821 1028 © 2011-2016 Fusetools - button on the right Accept the licenses and let it install. Testing the class In this step we will introduce the usage of the JUnit [3] testframework in combination with Ant.

Re: android update project (build.xml issue) 1 year ago Hi Julien... For other overridable properties, look at the beginning of the rules files in the SDK, at tools/ant/build.xml Properties related to the SDK location or the project target should be updated using Checking if /Users/timothyhyde/Library/Android/sdk/tools exists. /Users/timothyhyde/Library/Android/sdk/tools was found. Don't know why this is the case but it says so on the processing android install page.

When the compilation is almost finish, an error occurs: "Error. You are using an obsolete build.xml You need to delete it and regenerate it using android u… Community (Archived) » General Discussion » Android Build Failed Viewing 1 to 8 (8 Re: Re: build.xml obsolete - help needed 2 years ago best of luck, it is early days for all of these platforms. https://forum.processing.org/topic/android-update-project-build-xml-issue Original issue: http://code.google.com/p/processing/issues/detail?id=901 processing-bugs commented Feb 10, 2013 From [email protected] on November 11, 2011 14:25:39 Please use English for bug reporting.

starting it now on port 5037 ** daemon started successfully *Buildfile: /Users/fx/Monkey/LiftBoy/liftboy.build/android/build.xmlBUILD FAILED/Users/fx/Monkey/LiftBoy/liftboy.build/android/build.xml:65: Error. Many failures could be solved just by a "clean build". It sounds like Google updated their build.xml format Posted on October 24, 2011 at 12:53 PM singmajesty Total Posts: 2819 Joined: August 25, 2011 Re: Android Build Failed Would you mind Posted on October 24, 2011 at 1:39 PM N00ByPaPa Total Posts: 6 Joined: October 22, 2011 Re: Android Build Failed Yes properties files have been (re)generated by "android update project" Thanks

Obrigado Hélio Jr. https://groups.google.com/d/topic/anki-android/j2Qpg4_vaSg Thanks for the help. I've tried your's but, in fact, when I (re)launch the sketch a new project is created in the temp folder, this means that the new project doesn't take in a count Presenting to Android phone from Ec...

Total time: 6 seconds processing-bugs commented Feb 10, 2013 From [email protected] on August 11, 2012 13:02:50 This bug is closed, and comment #11 and comment #12 have nothing to do with DOH. BUILD FAILED /var/folders/cs/csUuSD20FJ8BHJH4lPTttE+++TI/-Tmp-/android8872081860388422559.pde/build.xml:16: Error. been meaning to repost here too, so thanks.

It is 0.12.2.

OS X is El Capitan 10.11.4

Just ran fuse install android again wit output:

use install android # Starting JDK installer Verifies that Java Development Kit is installed Some errors? visual_mi.. when running Android tools #939 Closed processing-bugs opened this Issue Feb 10, 2013 · 12 comments Projects None yet Labels imported Milestone No milestone Assignees No one assigned 1 participant processing-bugs

Now you can open the ${report.dir}\index.html and see the result (looks something like JavaDoc). and yes, that's all... Leave a comment on hughcannon's reply shelltox Re: build.xml obsolete - help needed 2 years ago Hello Thank you for all the answers :) I'll try your suggestions and see if

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This is an archive of the old community forums, please visit the new site at openfl.org or the new community at community.openfl.org. This tutorial has the goal to let you see, how to do the easiest steps in Ant. Also, can you please run fuse install android and paste the full output here? Checking if /Users/timothyhyde/Library/Android/sdk exists. /Users/timothyhyde/Library/Android/sdk was found.

thanks Chris Bagley works at Fuse 5 months ago Hi Tim I'm sorry for the mixup but I'm actually going to need to whole project (all of /Users/timothyhyde/Code/fuse/Testing). This allows us to rely on far more consistent OpenGL implementations. In the mean time, could you please zip and upload the /Users/timothyhyde/Code/fuse/Testing/build/Android/Preview folder to https://www.dropbox.com/request/ZgndLtJQm5eGzG9cicGK? That did the trick.

processing-bugs commented Feb 10, 2013 From [email protected] on January 26, 2012 05:49:53 Ok! Loading... Android SDK was found here '/Users/timothyhyde/Library/Android/sdk' Checking if all required Android components are installed. # Done installing AndroidSDK # Starting AndroidNDK installer Verifies that Android NDK is installed and valid. Checking if /Users/timothyhyde/Library/Application Support/Fusetools/Fuse/Android/AndroidNDK/ndk-build exists. /Users/timothyhyde/Library/Application Support/Fusetools/Fuse/Android/AndroidNDK/ndk-build was found.

Leave a comment on ph1ash's reply mataarsak Re: build.xml obsolete - help needed 1 year ago I have the same problem and in build.xml I read that sdk.dir is missing ! Checking if /Users/timothyhyde/Library/Application Support/Fusetools/Fuse/Android/Ant exists. /Users/timothyhyde/Library/Application Support/Fusetools/Fuse/Android/Ant was found. Tim Hyde 5 months ago I have uploaded folder as requested. Run this /Users/timothyhyde/Library/Android/sdk/tools/android in your terminal.

This is a common naming scheme. Here's the console message: ... Now it's only one class - but if you want to provide a download, no one would download several hundreds files ... (think about a complex Swing GUI - so let I only realized later that I had restarted in 2.0a4, not 1.5.1 ...

I don't know why 'ant release' building didn't work. [shell]$ ant debug Copy debug mode .apk into your phone or an emulator. so there might be functions missing from 8 that are in 7. Leave a comment on visual_micro's reply Change topic type Topic Type : Discussions Questions No of days : 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 Sorry for the mixup, poor communication on my part.

No - all is hard coded! processing-bugs commented Feb 10, 2013 From [email protected] on July 03, 2012 13:19:21 i have the same error: taskdef class com.android.ant.SetupTask cannot be found using the classloader AntClassLoader[C:\Program Files (x86)\Android\android-sdk\tools\lib\anttasks.jar;C:\Program Files (x86)\Android\android-sdk\tools\lib\common.jar;C:\Program java -jar build\jar\HelloWorld.jar Note: Do not have blanks around the >-sign in the echo Main-Class instruction because it would falsify it! Tim Hyde 5 months ago Yes I installed Fuse for 1st time yesterday.

the processing code that produces the build.xml certainly includes references to 7 but i thought i read a processing document that said to also install 8.