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README.TXT

1            Android Native Development Kit (NDK)
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4Welcome, this NDK is designed to allow Android application developers
5to include native code in their Android application packages, compiled
6as JNI shared libraries.
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8See docs/CHANGES.html for a list of changes since the previous release.
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10A high-level overview of the NDK's features and limitations can be found
11in docs/OVERVIEW.html. Please read this document as it contains crucial
12information for correct usage.
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14See docs/STABLE-APIS.html for the list of frozen binary APIs exposed by
15this NDK, as well as the corresponding system image versions that support
16them.
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18Before using the NDK, you will need to follow the steps described by
19docs/INSTALL.html which lists the NDK prerequisites and the steps needed
20to set it up properly on your machine.
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22We recommend developers to make themselves familiar with JNI concepts. Also
23note that the NDK is *not* a good way to write non-JNI native code for the
24Android platform.
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26See docs/HOWTO.html for a few useful tips and tricks when using the NDK.
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28See docs/SYSTEM-ISSUES.html for a list of important issues related to
29the Android system images that all NDK developers should be aware of.
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31Finally, discussions related to the Android NDK happen on the public
32"android-ndk" forum located at the following address:
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34    http://groups.google.com/group/android-ndk
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