I'm not sure if it's because 3.0rc0 just came out, or what, but there seems to be almost no consistent guide to compiling for Android.
I think what I'm supposed to do is add all of the cpp files to the Android.mk src file and then run build_native.py. As far as I know, I've got all of my environment variables set up correctly, and build_native.py doesn't seem to have any errors.
It has two warnings that are both, "LOCAL_LDLIBS is always ignored for static libraries", and then says "[armeabi] Install : libcocos2dcpp.so => libs/armeabi/libcocos2dcpp.so"
then "make.exe: Leaving directory '[file path]/proj.android'" and that is the last thing it says. The script doesn't seem to finish either as the window just stays open.
I'm not really sure what is supposed to happen, but from what pieces of documentation I have found, (usually talking about build_native.sh) it seems that the script should be creating the apk, which is definitely not happening.
If there is an updated guide, or something, that would be great, because I'm just taking shots in the dark here.