|Related to : md5sum of apk changes after every build|
|Build successfully for iOS Device But Build Error for iOS Simulator|
The static library is broken as it contains two separate object files
containing the same symbols (functions).
It must be rebuilt, or if you don't have the source you could unpack
it, remove the offending file, and then re-pack it (untested):
$ mv libdtdev.a libdtdev-old.a
$ mkdir xxx
$ cd xxx
$ ar x ../libdtdev-old.a
$ rm des-D9CE0CBEE0B3BA81.o
$ ar cr ../libdtdev.a *.o
$ cd ..
$ rm -rf xxx
|Passing files to automaticaly trigered build from another build|
I assume that the files are present in master's workspace.
Then one (messy) way will be to make second job a parametrized job and
pass the master job workspace to it as a parameter.
Then in the second job use the master workspace location in a windows
batch file to copy stuff from there to the place where you want. Run
the batch file as the first build step for the second job.
Then business as usu
|appcombat_v7 won't build, so I can't build my project|
Found 2 versions of android-support-v4.jar in the dependency list
You need to use the same android-support-v4.jar library in your
project and all of its dependencies. try copying it from your
project's lib folder and pasting it to the libraries you're using.
|Android Studio 1.0 RC 1 Gradle build issues - Could not run build action using Gradle installation|
I've solved this problem - re-installed some of the environment and
now it's working fine with jdk 8. The main change that I did - I've
installed everything(JDK 8, android studio, Android sdk) to the
default folders. Try this if you are facing the same issue
|AngularDart build with Docker|
Should be fixed in code_transformers 0.2.3+2 (see
I don't know yet why this is necessary on some systems and not on
others but this should fix it.
for an alternative approach using symlinks.