I have just installed fuse and have the android sdk and ndk installed. When I try to compile I get this message:
- What went wrong:
A problem occurred configuring project ‘:app’.
NDK not configured.
I downloaded the android ndk and set system environment variable to ANDROID_NDK_HOME.
How do I make fuse pick it up?
Did you run
fuse install android?
If you didn’t, please run that command in Terminal/CMD. The setup should ask you for paths, and there you can supply them to avoid re-downloading of SDK/NDK.
I did and gives me this console output:
C:\work\fuse>fuse install android
Fuse 1.4.0 (build 14778)
Dispatcher busy for 6.9839166 seconds (UI unresponsive)
Starting android installer
Installing platform-tools which may take a long while…
Installing build-tools;23.0.1 which may take a long while…
Installing cmake;3.6.4111459 which may take a long while…
Error: Failed to find package cmake;3.6.4111459
fuse: An error occurred during installation: Failed to install package ‘cmake;3.
What could have gone wrong and how can I fix this?
Are you on a 32 or 64 bit platform?
In that case, android export will not be available to you. See this thread.
I am on a 64bit and i still have the same problem