[PD] small template bug on 64 bit system for building externals for android

Cyrille Henry ch at chnry.net
Sun Sep 15 10:36:42 CEST 2013


i just realize that the pmpd makefile that is a copy of the template makefile, is labelled 1.0.14, but is not identical to the current template makefile 1.0.14

anyhow, with current template makefile, i add the NDK in the make option :

make NDK_BASE=/home/chnry/android-ndk-r9 CFLAGS=-I/home/chnry/pd/pd/src UNAME=ANDROID NDK_PROCESSOR=x86_64

and it's working.

I guess that adding NDK_PROCESSOR=$(shell uname -p) could cause trouble if you install a 32 bit NDK on a 64bit system.

so i think everything works.


Le 15/09/2013 09:23, Antoine Villeret a écrit :
> hi,
> in version 1.0.14 (svn r17152)  I have $(NDK_PROCESSOR) instead of x86 or x86_64
> on my system (Ubuntu 12.04 64bit) this environment variable isn't set automatically with Anroid NDK r9
> so I add   NDK_PROCESSOR=$(shell uname -p)
> just before and i seems to work
> I don't know if it only works on other platforms
> here is the patch
> +
> a
> --
> do it yourself
> http://antoine.villeret.free.fr
> 2013/9/12 Cyrille Henry <ch at chnry.net <mailto:ch at chnry.net>>
>     Hello,
>     i'm currently working for android.
>     when trying to compile pd extern for this platform, I face a small bug on the template makefile v1.0.14
>     it certainly work great for 32 bit, but on my 64 bit system, i have to change :
>        NDK_TOOLCHAIN=$(wildcard $(NDK_BASE)/toolchains/$(NDK___ABI)*-$(NDK_COMPILER_VERSION)/__prebuilt/$(NDK_UNAME)-x86)
>     to
>        NDK_TOOLCHAIN=$(wildcard $(NDK_BASE)/toolchains/$(NDK___ABI)*-$(NDK_COMPILER_VERSION)/__prebuilt/$(NDK_UNAME)-x86_64)
>     for now i don't have anything to test, but binary are created.
>     cheers
>     c
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