On Sunday, 15 January 2017 at 17:40:01 UTC, Andre Pany wrote:
on Dockerhub I published a repository which makes it really
easy to develop Android
applications using LDC and Joakims work. The repository
contains Android 1.1.0 beta from
https://github.com/joakim-noah/android/releases and also the
NDK from google.
By using this command, you will have a shell containing all you
need to compile
the source files:
docker run --rm -it -v c:/D/projects:/projects
This command will also mount C:\D\projects from your host OS to
the container path /projects. On linux / mac you will have to
adapt the mount source path.
You need the Google Android SDK on your host system installed
to build the APK and test the application.
More information on building the demo applications you can find
A Wiki update will follow with detailed information.
I added a WIKI page with all information you need to create your
first Android application using LDC in a Docker container.
Although the page describes the process on a windows system, it
also work on Linux and Mac just by adapting the directory paths.