after searching and testing for a few days and finding nothing in the forums I’m going to have to ask for a little help to get my project working.
I’m doing a project under Win 7 using cocos2d-1.0.1-x-0.9.1 and NDK r6b. I downloaded the cocos2dx files, ndk and Cygwin, set it up and modified the paths as instructed in the tutorial. I created the helloworld project and it worked in win32 and android.
After that, I created a test game, a Pong clone, to explore the library a bit more in depth. It works fine in win32, but when I try and create the android project using the create-android-project.bat, for some reason I end up with a folder that has the “HelloWorld” files instead of my “Pong” files.
# Create a Cocos2d win32 application project in Visual Studio, in the D drive (D:2dxTest\Pong)
# Modify the project in visual studio to include the library folder, link the .libs and add the .dll to the output folders.
# Program the Pong game in this application
# Test in win32 and see the Pong working.
# Copy the Pong folder to the cocos2dx root (C:2d-1.0.1-x-0.9.1\cocos2d-1.0.1-x-0.9.1\Pong)
# Fire up the create-android-project.bat (preciously modified to change the paths to Cygwin, NDK and SDK tools)
# Set as path: org.cocos2dx.Pong
# Set as name: Pong
# Set as version the id corresponding with android 2.3.3
# This creates an android folder inside the Pong folder I copied to the cocos2dx root (this folder looks suspicious in the sense that it has in the Resources folder the resources for the HelloWorld example, not the gfx I created for the Pong game)
# Fire up Cgywin, navigate to the cygdrive/C:2d-1.0.1-x-0.9.1\cocos2d-1.0.1-x-0.9.1\Pong
# Call ./build_native.sh and have it compile
# Create a new android project in eclipse and select the C:2d-1.0.1-x-0.9.1\cocos2d-1.0.1-x-0.9.1\Pong\android folder as the location of the project
# Hit “run” in eclipse and find myself looking at the helloworld example, instead of the Pong game.
Thinking I might have messed something up, i erased cocos2dx and cygwin and downloaded everything again, but I get the same result.
Help would be much appreciated, ask for any extra info you might need to figure out the issue.