Vscode cant find haxe.
@gama11 ok i will try to give it more time and you should be expecting my feedback. Thanks man!
@gama11 Hello! Well after waiting for close to 3 hours, it then says it can not find gradle. Where can i download this gradle of a thing.
@ttt I took 3 hours to give you that error message!? Wow.. that's not normal.
You're using most recent OpenFL and Lime, right? What's your Android SDK and NDK versions?
@gama11 NDK verson r13b, SDK version 25.0.1, java 6
Do you think i should download java 8?
@ttt No, I think those versions should be fine.
@gama11 then what the hell is gradle, where should i get it from, how to set it up, and did you have this problem?
Gradle is a small tool that lets you create APKs -> http://www.gradle.org/
EDIT: make sure Java and Haxe are in your path, you might need to restart your PC:
Is there a way i could upgrade my vscode?
can you please do...
You will have to open a command window. Win + R on windows, then type "cmd". Here's an example, in my case, for Windows target:
Have you read this? https://haxeflixel.com/documentation/install-haxeflixel/
To compile to desktop and mobile targets, you have to make sure you have run the respective lime setup commands. Each are specified in the OpenFL platform docs.
In your case, Android, you will need to read this guide: http://www.openfl.org/lime/docs/advanced-setup/android/ -- specially take note of the following:
Similar to standard Android native development, you will need the following installed:
Let me know after you make sure you checked all this :)
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I have downloaded everything and anything. When i ran lime setup android it ask for the path to android ndk, sdk, java jdk, but it did not ask for the path to apache ant.
Lets do this. Remember the haxelib thing I told you? Please do a screenshot.
Download Rapid Environment Editor and do a screenshot as well.
This way, we could see what you have installed, what versions, what's configured and what not.