Provides support for building native Android libraries. More...

Since: Qbs 1.4


Detailed Description

The Android.ndk module contains the properties and rules to create native libraries for use in Android applications.

Normally, you will not use this module directly, but instead work with the DynamicLibrary, StaticLibrary and Application items that Qbs provides.

Here is what the project file for the hello-jni example that comes with the NDK could look like:

CppApplication {
    name: "HelloJni"
    Android.sdk.packageName: "com.example.hellojni"
    qbs.architectures: ["arm", "x86"]
    files: "app/src/main/jni/hello-jni.c"

Relevant File Tags

"android.nativelibrary"1.4.0Attached to dynamic libraries that will end up in APK packages. You do not normally need to use the tag explicitly, as it is the default type of the DynamicLibrary item for Android targets.

Property Documentation

abi : string

The ABI name as it appears under "lib/" in the application package. Corresponds to APP_ABI in

Default: Undefined

appStl : string

The library to use for C++. The possible values are:

  • "c++_shared"
  • "c++_static"

Default: "c++_shared"

ndkDir : path

The NDK base directory.

Default: Undefined

platform : string

The versioned platform name.

Default: "android-16" for 32 bit arm ABIs and "android-21" for all 64 bit ABIs and x86. x86 ABI has broken wstring support in android-16 to android-19.

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