[sip-comm-dev] Some help for android porting


#1

Hi,

I need some help,

i'm doing a thesis for university on android platform,
I'm trying to port the software using dx tool (google's tools).
Tool convert my file .class in .apk (exstension of android platform)
seems without errors , but when i run the application on android it seems to
disappear.

i'd like to know , how can i do to porting the sipcommunicator client voip
on android platorfm.

attached the snapshot

thanks

Fabio Fargnoli


#2

Hi,

I had little testings on this while ago. But I didn't tried to create and install apk package. I've done it
by coping the compiled packages to the android emulator as its described here :
http://blog.luminis.nl/luminis/entry/osgi_on_google_android_using

And my approach was to run some tests.
So first I wanted to start only fileaccess and util bundles and run fileaccess tests.
If this runs without problem porting bundle by bundle wouldn't be a problem.
But I think this minimal run is an excellent start point.

If you have any other questions don't hesitate to write :slight_smile:

damencho

FaRRa wrote:

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Hi,

I need some help,

i'm doing a thesis for university on android platform,
I'm trying to port the software using dx tool (google's tools).
Tool convert my file .class in .apk (exstension of android platform)
seems without errors , but when i run the application on android it seems to disappear.

i'd like to know , how can i do to porting the sipcommunicator client voip on android platorfm.

attached the snapshot

thanks

Fabio Fargnoli

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#3

Hi,

I've a another problem,
in android is not include the swing and awt grafic library,
android use a file xml for build the gui interface,
how can i to convert sipcommunicator's gui for android platform?

thanks for help

Fabio

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2008/1/25, Damian Minkov <damencho@damencho.com>:

Hi,

I had little testings on this while ago. But I didn't tried to create
and install apk package. I've done it
by coping the compiled packages to the android emulator as its described
here :
http://blog.luminis.nl/luminis/entry/osgi_on_google_android_using

And my approach was to run some tests.
So first I wanted to start only fileaccess and util bundles and run
fileaccess tests.
If this runs without problem porting bundle by bundle wouldn't be a
problem.
But I think this minimal run is an excellent start point.

If you have any other questions don't hesitate to write :slight_smile:

damencho

FaRRa wrote:
> Hi,
>
> I need some help,
>
> i'm doing a thesis for university on android platform,
> I'm trying to port the software using dx tool (google's tools).
> Tool convert my file .class in .apk (exstension of android platform)
> seems without errors , but when i run the application on android it
> seems to disappear.
>
> i'd like to know , how can i do to porting the sipcommunicator client
> voip on android platorfm.
>
> attached the snapshot
>
> thanks
>
> Fabio Fargnoli
>
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#4

HI,

gui will be the last stage, it must adopted to the gui system used in android.
But as I said this will be the last job to be done, what happened with the tests
any progress ?

damencho

FaRRa wrote:

···

Hi,

I've a another problem,
in android is not include the swing and awt grafic library,
android use a file xml for build the gui interface,
how can i to convert sipcommunicator's gui for android platform?

thanks for help

Fabio

2008/1/25, Damian Minkov <damencho@damencho.com <mailto:damencho@damencho.com>>:

    Hi,

    I had little testings on this while ago. But I didn't tried to create
    and install apk package. I've done it
    by coping the compiled packages to the android emulator as its
    described
    here :
    http://blog.luminis.nl/luminis/entry/osgi_on_google_android_using

    And my approach was to run some tests.
    So first I wanted to start only fileaccess and util bundles and run
    fileaccess tests.
    If this runs without problem porting bundle by bundle wouldn't be
    a problem.
    But I think this minimal run is an excellent start point.

    If you have any other questions don't hesitate to write :slight_smile:

    damencho

    FaRRa wrote:
    > Hi,
    >
    > I need some help,
    >
    > i'm doing a thesis for university on android platform,
    > I'm trying to port the software using dx tool (google's tools).
    > Tool convert my file .class in .apk (exstension of android platform)
    > seems without errors , but when i run the application on android it
    > seems to disappear.
    >
    > i'd like to know , how can i do to porting the sipcommunicator
    client
    > voip on android platorfm.
    >
    > attached the snapshot
    >
    > thanks
    >
    > Fabio Fargnoli
    >
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