urvika.gola at gmail.com
Sat Oct 15 21:35:32 CEST 2016
I was able to successfully run the NDK-build and was able to resolve the
error which appeared while building it.
* **jni/g729/siphon-g729/Headers\basic_op.h:641:21: error: invalid output
constraint '=&r*i' in asm*
* : "=&r*i"(out),and in line 700: ** '=&r*i' in asm*
"*i" output constraint syntax was not found in the Asm Library.
I think, the compiler which my version of ndk build was using could not
I changed "
There seems to be some mismatch in the constraints that the compiler on my
system was identifying . Possibly due to deprecation or version
changes. Since it is assembly language level change I removed that
unidentified constraint on one of the output register.
I don't think that for the purposes of my work it would have any
significant impact, I could file this is an issue on the github page so
that others who run into can know how to bypass it atleast in development.
On Fri, Oct 14, 2016 at 1:31 AM, Urvika Gola <urvika.gola at gmail.com> wrote:
> I used ndk-build-r13. I will try finding r8e for my system.
> Because it is needed, I would consider setting up dual booth debian and
> Windows . Give me a few days to do this as my exams are from tomorrow for a
> Also, could you please tell me how to apply and get selected for outreachy
> under this project, as the deadline 17th Oct is also near.
> On Oct 14, 2016 1:08 AM, "Daniel Pocock" <daniel at pocock.pro> wrote:
>> On 13/10/16 19:35, Urvika Gola wrote:
>> > Hi Daniel,
>> > I downloaded NDK revision 13 for Windows 64 Bit platform.
>> > and I do not have a linux based computer.
>> I'm using ndk-build r8e (I think that means version 8), can you still
>> find a download for that version?
>> Would you consider setting up dual-boot Debian and Windows, or running
>> Debian in VirtualBox? A lot of the things we do in the free software
>> world are using a Linux environment, but I don't want to encourage you
>> to start changing your whole setup if you have exams or a major
>> assignment due in the next few days.
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