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Tool DevelopmentEvents and OpportunitiesGeneral Discussion Sub forum : Move this topic Cancel Android Processing shelltox build.xml obsolete - help needed in Android Processing • 2 years ago Hello I'm new to Processing and Android. 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 release 14, then I've downloaded and installed the packages seen in the follwoing image. The example I'm using is ContinuousLines.The example runs in Standard Mode without any problems. I've tried Processing 1.5.1 with and without java, and the result is always the same in Android mode. When I try to run the example in the emulator, I get the following error in the console: BUILD FAILED C:\DOCUME~1\ANDROI~1\DEFINI~1\Temp\android4273257008724744077.pde\build.xml:16: Error. You are using an obsolete build.xml You need to delete it and regenerate it using android update project Total time: 0 seconds In Android Virtual Device Manager, I can find a device that wasn't created by me (see picture). I think this device appeared after I've installed Google APIs for Android 2.1. I have tried to run the emulator either with this device or a virtual device created by me, hoping that the problem was coming from the virtual device itself, but I haven't had any success. The virtual device I've created had as target, Android 2.1 - API level 7. Anyway I can't chose which device I want to use in Processing emulator, or at least until to the part where the error appears. I also went to see the build.xml file in the given directory, and I thought that the problem could be the sdk path:
Tool DevelopmentEvents and OpportunitiesGeneral Discussion Sub forum : Move this topic Cancel Android Processing Jesse Sco.. android update project (build.xml issue) in Android Processing • 1 year ago I've recently come across an error in my Android SDK, something to do with the build.xml being obsolete... I'm running OSX 10.6.8 with Processing 1.5.1 and Android SDK updated to Revision 16... Here's the console message: ... BUILD FAILED /var/folders/cs/csUuSD20FJ8BHJH4lPTttE+++TI/-Tmp-/android8872081860388422559.pde/build.xml:16: Error. You are using an obsolete build.xml You need to delete it https://forum.processing.org/topic/build-xml-obsolete-help-needed and regenerate it using android update project Total time: 0 seconds So... using a Terminal, I typed defaults write com.apple.finder AppleShowAllFiles TRUE killall Finder to show hidden files, navigated to the directory, and deleted the build.xml Then, referencing the page on the SDK reference here:http://developer.android.com/guide/developing/projects/projects-cmdline.htmlI cd'd to the tools directory in my SDK... https://forum.processing.org/topic/android-update-project-build-xml-issue eg.: cd /Users/jessescott/Documents/Processing/Android\ SDK/android-sdk-mac_x86/tools/ (note the backward slash in between 'Android' and 'SDK' to deal with a space) then ran ./android list targets (note the './' ... because OSX doesn't have a PATH editor (or, not an easily accessible one at least), you have to include these characters to get the command to run, or you'll get a "android: command not found" message... on Win or Linux, it should be enough to add the tools directory to your PATH, but it never hurts to use the full syntax!) to get my available targets (API Revisions). I chose 6, which for me was Android OS 2.1 / API Level 7, as I believe that is the default that Processing uses... So, I ended up running ./android update project --name SonicDrift --target 6 --path /private/var/folders/cs/csUuSD20FJ8BHJH4lPTttE+++TI/-Tmp-/android5837840366967369146.pde/ which prints the following lines to the console: Updated and renamed default.properties to project.properties Updated local.properties Renamed build.properties to ant.properties Added file /private/var/folders/cs/csUuSD20FJ8BHJH4lPTttE+++TI/-Tmp-/android5837840366967369146.pde/build.xml Added file /private/var/folders/cs/csUuSD20FJ8BHJH4lPTttE+++TI/-Tmp-/android5837
Contact us ForumsModule Registry Problem with latest Android SDK Monkey Programming http://www.monkey-x.com/Community/posts.php?topic=1778 Forums / Android/ Problem with latest Android SDK 8 replies http://www.openfl.org/archive/community/general-discussion/android-build-failed/ to this topic Posted 1+ years ago#1 Felix Hi!I downloaded and installed the latest Android SDK & ADT yesterday.After that Monkey builds for Android stopped working.I get the following output in monk:Translating liftboy/Applications/Monkey/bin/trans_macos -target=android -run /Users/fx/Monkey/LiftBoy/liftboy.monkeyTRANS monkey compiler V1.21Parsing...Semanting...Translating...Building...* ant error. daemon not running. 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. You are using an obsolete build.xmlYou need to delete it and regenerate it using android update projectTotal time: 0 secondsAndroid build failed.Process CompleteNow if I do what the error message suggests and afterwards ant error. you load the project in Motodev (Eclipse) I can build and run it just fine.But if I build the project using monk I get this output:Translating liftboy/Applications/Monkey/bin/trans_macos -target=android -run /Users/fx/Monkey/LiftBoy/liftboy.monkeyTRANS monkey compiler V1.21Parsing...Semanting...Translating...Building...* daemon not running. starting it now on port 5037 ** daemon started successfully *Buildfile: /Users/fx/Monkey/LiftBoy/liftboy.build/android/build.xmlclean:BUILD SUCCESSFULTotal time: 0 secondsBuildfile: /Users/fx/Monkey/LiftBoy/liftboy.build/android/build.xmlinstall: [echo] Install file not specified. [echo] [echo] 'ant install' now requires the build target to be specified as well. [echo] [echo] [echo] ant debug install [echo] ant release install [echo] ant instrument install [echo] This will build the given package and install it. [echo] [echo] Alternatively, you can use [echo] ant installd [echo] ant installr [echo] ant installi [echo] ant installt [echo] to only install an existing package (this will not rebuild the package.)BUILD FAILED/Applications/android-sdk-mac_x86/tools/ant/build.xml:1098: The following error occurred while executing this line:/Applications/android-sdk-mac_x86/tools/ant/build.xml:1141: No messageTotal time: 0 secondsAndroid build failed.Process CompleteThis is happening on
got almost everything works fine, I can't compile my target to android though. 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 Total) Android Build Failed kabutoboy Total Posts: 6 Joined: October 5, 2011 Hi! I've got almost everything works fine, I can't compile my target to android though. 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 update project" I did the android update project but it still doesn't work. Any clue? kabutoboy Tags: Posted on October 22, 2011 at 5:08 AM N00ByPaPa Total Posts: 6 Joined: October 22, 2011 Re: Android Build Failed Hey I add the same issue, I guess this is because of a newer version of the android sdk (just a guess) but you could 'repair' the build doing this make sure you have chosen at least 2 segments for the package attribute in your nmml app node (package="foo.bar") cd YourProject/Export/android/bin del build.xml android update project -p ./ ant debug This way I could get an apk file Hope this helps Cheers Julien Posted on October 22, 2011 at 9:17 AM N00ByPaPa Total Posts: 6 Joined: October 22, 2011 Re: Android Build Failed Re ! You could even replace your build.xml file located in nme lib under "install-tool\android\template" by this one (attachment) I'm not sure of what I did but it's working for me, only drawing one ellipse ATM so maybe things are broken Hope this helps Ok I can't attach a file so here is the content of the file