I disabled that library because it was a required library. I'm not
against of having an android specific library, I'm against to make
that library a required library for all apps.
For you, I see the following choices :
- export JavaVM and JNIEnv from qtmain_android.cpp (check QT_DIR/src/
android/cpp/). This file is compiled into your android application,
and you can do anything you want with it.
- create your own library, and be sure you export "jint JNICALL
JNI_OnLoad(JavaVM* vm, void* /*reserved*/) " method.
- create a good for all library, but be aware, you MUST maintain that
library for years, and you MUST be sure you NEVER break the API/ABI,
one mistake and all apps which are using it will stop working.
On Feb 4, 8:25 am, İsmail Dönmez <ism...@namtrac.org
> Ah looks like BogDan disabled QtAndroidBridge;
> commit 696253a4b39e80786bbdb4bb4f3d6391b472804d
> Author: BogDan Vatra <bog_dan...@yahoo.com