Lance Gray wrote:
Try redownloading cocos2d-x and follow this guide.
Thanks for the advice. I redownloaded Cocos2d-x as well as the Android NDK and SDK, which solved my problem. All files which are supposed to be created by the “create-android-project.bat” are now there.
I have followed http://www.raywenderlich.com/11283/cocos2d-x-for-ios-and-android-getting-started this guide to setup Eclipse. The funny thing is, changes to the code does not apply when I run the project from Eclipse. For example, if I erase all images and remove the code in “HelloWorldScene.cpp”, they are still there when I run the project on my phone.
I have tried to clean the project, rebuilt it, erase it from my phone, etc.
Everything is working as intended with Visual Studios, but I prefer to work with real equipment instead of emulators.
Any help or advice to solve this problem is higly appreciated.
Edit: Well, after several hours of trial and error, I finally got it working. Now I can start programming in cocos2d-x. \^\^