glEnable() won’t work either. Unlike glColor4f(), I really need glEnable() to work. I need anti-aliasing cause the lines I draw are too jagged.
`Strawberrry Milkshake awesome name. On a more serious note, I can't get glEnable() to work, and that one's more important cause I need anti-aliasing. Or is there another function I should be using?
RongHong Yes, I can find those. I even tried ctrl+clicking in eclipse and it managed to find the functions, but even then, it won’t work.#include "CCGL.h"`, but it still didn’t resolve. It says the functions are not defined.
I tried adding
@Walzer I tried that too, but it couldn’t find that. I’m still using the directory created by the create-android-project.bat script, and the only thing i’ve changed in the folder so far has been the android.mk file in the jni folder. I didn’t delete anything, I just included the new classes I made.