How to compile external packages using android toolchain.

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Nimit Manglick

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Dec 15, 2008, 1:34:15 AM12/15/08
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Hi,

Can anyone please help me out that how can i compile external packages inside Android ??

Actually i want to compile an external package (not part of the Android file system) using android tool chain

So how can i do it ?

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Nimit Manglick
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venu

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Dec 26, 2008, 11:43:44 PM12/26/08
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Hi

This question is slightly out of context, I have following questions,

1. Can I have anroid w/o the davlick vm, application framework, and APIS ?
2. The motivation here is write custom applications on top libraries
provided by anriod platform ? In others words, I want to strip of java
virtual m/c, application framework and use anroid ?
3. Does Anroid platform have a shell which comes up once we boot on
the target can be used to run applications (strictly for debugging
purposes) ?
4. Motivation here is to use either c++ or c language for development
of applications....

Hope somebody would able to provide some answers to me or throw more insight....

Cheers,
Venu

On Fri, Dec 19, 2008 at 3:24 PM, dinny <dinn...@gmail.com> wrote:
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> It's clear that there's an arm-eabi-gcc tool in it's prebuilt directory.
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venu

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Dec 26, 2008, 11:38:23 PM12/26/08
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Hi

This question is slightly out of context, I have following questions,

1. Can I have anroid w/o the davlick vm, application framework, and APIS ?
2. The motivation here is write custom applications on top libraries
provided by anriod platform ? In others words, I want to strip of java
virtual m/c, application framework and use anroid ?
3. Does Anroid platform have a shell which comes up once we boot on
the target can be used to run applications (strictly for debugging
purposes) ?
4. Motivation here is to use either c++ or c language for development
of applications....

Hope somebody would able to provide some answers to me or throw more insight....

Cheers,
Venu

On Fri, Dec 19, 2008 at 3:24 PM, dinny <dinn...@gmail.com> wrote:
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> It's clear that there's an arm-eabi-gcc tool in it's prebuilt directory.
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> On Mon, Dec 15, 2008 at 2:34 PM, Nimit Manglick <nimita...@gmail.com> wrote:
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