Developer Tips & Tricks
If you get an error saying C/C++ primitives not found, you might have to include the include folder of your ndk directory under project properties.
To do so, right click on Project->Properties->C/C++ General->Paths and Symbols.
Under GNU and GNU C++, add the Android NDK include directory
If you get an error saying ndk-build not found, make sure you have GNU make 3.8.1 or higher installed. You can check version of GNU make by typing in make –v
If you get an error saying ndk-build not found
make: /ndk-build: Command not found
make: *** [all] Error 127
Add ANDROID_NDK_ROOT at your environment variable. To do this, at Eclipse IDE, goes to Project -> Properties -> C/C++ Build -> Environment, then add
Value: <path to android ndk directory>
Please check each functions detailed requirements in the Doxygen comments at: