PVR android sample debugging problem

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    mkandula
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    Hi,

    I followed the instructions and have done

    >ndk-build NDK_DEBUG=1

    >ant debug

    Buildfile: C:eclipseSDK_OGLES2_ANDROID_ARMV7_REL_2.10@863987SDKPackage_OGLES2Traini

    ngCourseSkinningOGLES2BuildAndroidbuild.xml

    -set-mode-check:

    -set-debug-files:

    -set-debug-mode:

    -debug-obfuscation-check:

    -setup:

         [echo] Creating output directories if needed…

         [echo] Gathering info for OGLES2Skinning…

        [setup] Android SDK Tools Revision 19

        [setup] Project Target: Android 2.3.3

        [setup] API level: 10

        [setup]

        [setup]



        [setup] Resolving library dependencies:

        [setup] No library dependencies.

        [setup]

        [setup]



        [setup] API<=15: Adding annotations.jar to the classpath.

        [setup]

        [setup]


    -build-setup:

    -pre-build:

    -code-gen:

         [echo] hasCode = false. Skipping aidl/renderscript/R.java

    -pre-compile:

    -compile:

         [echo] hasCode = false. Skipping…

    -post-compile:

    -obfuscate:

    -dex:

         [echo] hasCode = false. Skipping…

    -crunch:

       [crunch] Crunching PNG Files in source dir: C:eclipseSDK_OGLES2_ANDROID_ARMV7_REL_

    2.10@863987SDKPackage_OGLES2TrainingCourseSkinningOGLES2BuildAndroidres

       [crunch] To destination dir: C:eclipseSDK_OGLES2_ANDROID_ARMV7_REL_2.10@863987SDK

    Package_OGLES2TrainingCourseSkinningOGLES2BuildAndroidbinres

       [crunch] Crunched 0 PNG files to update cache

    -package-resources:

         [aapt] Creating full resource package…

    -package:

    [apkbuilder] Current build type is different than previous build: forced apkbuilder run

    .

    [apkbuilder] Creating OGLES2Skinning-debug-unaligned.apk and signing it with a debug ke

    y…

    -post-package:

    -do-debug:

    [zipalign] Running zip align on final apk…

         [echo] Debug Package: C:eclipseSDK_OGLES2_ANDROID_ARMV7_REL_2.10@863987SDKPacka

    ge_OGLES2TrainingCourseSkinningOGLES2BuildAndroidbinOGLES2Skinning-debug.apk

    [propertyfile] Creating new property file: C:eclipseSDK_OGLES2_ANDROID_ARMV7_REL_2.10

    @863987SDKPackage_OGLES2TrainingCourseSkinningOGLES2BuildAndroidbinbuild.prop

    [propertyfile] Updating property file: C:eclipseSDK_OGLES2_ANDROID_ARMV7_REL_2.10@863

    987SDKPackage_OGLES2TrainingCourseSkinningOGLES2BuildAndroidbinbuild.prop

    [propertyfile] Updating property file: C:eclipseSDK_OGLES2_ANDROID_ARMV7_REL_2.10@863

    987SDKPackage_OGLES2TrainingCourseSkinningOGLES2BuildAndroidbinbuild.prop

    [propertyfile] Updating property file: C:eclipseSDK_OGLES2_ANDROID_ARMV7_REL_2.10@863

    987SDKPackage_OGLES2TrainingCourseSkinningOGLES2BuildAndroidbinbuild.prop

    -post-build:

    debug:

    BUILD SUCCESSFUL

    Total time: 2 seconds

    >ndk-gdb –verbose

    Android NDK installation path: /cygdrive/c/eclipse/android-ndk

    Using default adb command: /cygdrive/c/Program Files (x86)/Android/android-sdk/platform

    -tools/adb

    ADB version found: Android Debug Bridge version 1.0.29

    Using ADB flags:

    Using auto-detected project path: .

    Found package name: com.powervr.OGLES2Skinning

    ABIs targetted by application: armeabi

    Device API Level: 10

    Device CPU ABIs: armeabi-v7a armeabi

    Compatible device ABI: armeabi

    Using gdb setup init: ./libs/armeabi/gdb.setup

    Using toolchain prefix: /cygdrive/c/eclipse/android-ndk/toolchains/arm-linux-androideab

    i-4.4.3/prebuilt/windows/bin/arm-linux-androideabi-

    Using app out directory: ./obj/local/armeabi

    Found debuggable flag: false

    Found gdbserver under libs/armeabi, assuming app was built with NDK_DEBUG=1

    ERROR: Non-debuggable application installed on the target device.

           Please re-install the debuggable version!

    (1) why am I getting this error ? I have removed/reset the device but still this error pops up !

    On the other hand if I do..

    $ adb -d install ./bin/OGLES2Skinning-debug.apk

    161 KB/s (397699 bytes in 2.402s)

            pkg: /data/local/tmp/OGLES2Skinning-debug.apk

    Success

    mkandula@elle /cygdrive/c/eclipse/SDK_OGLES2_ANDROID_ARMV7_REL_2.10@863987/SDKPackage_O

    GLES2/TrainingCourse/Skinning/OGLES2/Build/Android

    $ ndk-gdb –verbose

    Android NDK installation path: /cygdrive/c/eclipse/android-ndk

    Using default adb command: /cygdrive/c/Program Files (x86)/Android/android-sdk/platform

    -tools/adb

    ADB version found: Android Debug Bridge version 1.0.29

    Using ADB flags:

    Using auto-detected project path: .

    Found package name: com.powervr.OGLES2Skinning

    ABIs targetted by application: armeabi

    Device API Level: 10

    Device CPU ABIs: armeabi-v7a armeabi

    Compatible device ABI: armeabi

    Using gdb setup init: ./libs/armeabi/gdb.setup

    Using toolchain prefix: /cygdrive/c/eclipse/android-ndk/toolchains/arm-linux-androideab

    i-4.4.3/prebuilt/windows/bin/arm-linux-androideabi-

    Using app out directory: ./obj/local/armeabi

    Found debuggable flag: false

    Found gdbserver under libs/armeabi, assuming app was built with NDK_DEBUG=1

    Found device gdbserver: /data/data/com.powervr.OGLES2Skinning/lib/gdbserver

    ERROR: Could not extract package’s data directory. Are you sure that

           your installed application is debuggable?

    (2)How to go about this correcting this data directory error ?

    Do understand that once the app is installed , I can click the icon and the app runs. But I am unable to debug it in any manner !!!!

    mkandula2012-04-30 10:24:05

    #35779

    mkandula
    Member

    The answer seems that the problem is with some 8KB size limit bug with run-as script thats not yet back ported !! (atleast for 2.3.1)

    Check this link for information..

    http://code.google.com/p/android/issues/detail?id=13965

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