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From Joe Bowser <>
Subject Re: [Android] DON'T UPGRADE YOUR TOOLS
Date Thu, 28 Jun 2012 14:53:04 GMT
OK, Where the hell did you find that? I've been stuck on this crap all

On Thu, Jun 28, 2012 at 7:46 AM, Simon MacDonald
<> wrote:
> If you are like me and set your SDK to upgrade over night you can get
> around this issue for now if you add:
> renderscript.opt.level=O0
> into your file. Then "ant jar" will work for you.
> Basically, these two new properties:
>    <property name="renderscript.debug.opt.level" value="O0" />
>    <property name="renderscript.release.opt.level" value="O3" />
> are used to set:
>    renderscript.opt.level
> when you run "ant debug" or "ant release" respectively. So we'll just
> need to provide the correct value for when we run "ant jar".
> Simon Mac Donald
> On Thu, Jun 28, 2012 at 2:37 AM, Joe Bowser <> wrote:
>> I'm using 1.8.2.  The issue isn't with ant, it's with the upgraded
>> Android SDK.  If you upgrade the SDK, you get the new build.xml, which
>> our build.xml depends on.  We wrote ant jar, but not ant debug.  We
>> have to go in and see what's changed in the build script so we can get
>> ant to compile.
>> It's a ant script issue that is going to be a pain to resolve, and
>> it's what I'm working on tomorrow.  For the meantime, if you want
>> things to compile, don't upgrade to r20 of the Android SDK.  It'd be
>> nice to remove the dependency on the SDK, but we weren't expecting for
>> things to fail so badly.
>> Joe
>> On Wed, Jun 27, 2012 at 8:55 PM, Lorin Beer <> wrote:
>>> Hey Joe,
>>> silly question, but what version of ant are you running? Compiling to a jar is
broken, but not debug/release?
>>> - Lorin
>>> On 2012-06-27, at 5:19 PM, Joe Bowser wrote:
>>>> Hey
>>>> I foolishly upgraded my tools today, and the current ant files are
>>>> borked. You can't build a jar for Cordova right now with r20.  This
>>>> means that I haven't been able to test anything today because of this
>>>> issue. I tried an ant debug and that worked fine, so I'm guessing
>>>> Goole changed the steps again, so I'm going to go spelunking in the
>>>> build.xml tomorrow.
>>>> But whatever you do, don't upgrade just yet!!!  Things are still broken!
>>>> Joe

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