I have installed "sequoyah native ndk" on a brand new install of eclipse and its totally broken and unusable
I generated a new Android project and converted it to a native app using the built in option, this successfully created a JNI folder etc.
However, there are NO Paths/Defines setup in C/C++ General/Paths and Symbols.
in my Android.mk i added the following:-
LOCAL_LDLIBS := -lGLESv1_CM -ldl -llog
in the generated cpp file I added:-
void ClearColor(float r, float, g, float b, float a)
glClearColor(r, g, b, a);
Now when it builds the following happens:-
Description Resource Path Location Type
Function 'glClearColor' could not be resolved foobar.cpp /Project/jni line 7 Semantic Error
However if I use the command line and type ndk-build the lib compiles fine without the above link error.
The fact that the 'can't resolve symbol' is happening and no default includes/libs is stopping me use sequoyah.
Could you please let me know when this is fixed.
BTW I am using Mac OSX