[Qt-creator] "org.qtproject.example.myapp died" when running Android app
realnc at gmail.com
Fri Nov 11 03:16:18 CET 2016
Alright, I install r10e, deleted r13b (to make sure Creator doesn't
somehow end up using it), and pointed Creator to the new NDK. Cleaned
the build (did "rm -rf" in the build directory to make extra sure), and
I recompiled the project.
Sadly, the problem is still there :-(
On 11/11/2016 03:43 AM, Nikos Chantziaras wrote:
> I'm on r13b.
> I'll try and downgrade to r10e and see what happens. Naturally, I just
> assumed having the latest version would be best :-P
> On 11/11/2016 03:38 AM, Alexandre Pretyman wrote:
>> Hi Nikos,
>> Can you define the versions on "The Android SDK and NDK are also the
>> latest versions."?
>> Because at http://wiki.qt.io/Android it says:
>> "Note that NDK r11 and r12 are known to have issues"
>> I'm using r10e and everything has been positive so far.
>> On 10 November 2016 at 19:29, Nikos Chantziaras <realnc at gmail.com
>> <mailto:realnc at gmail.com>> wrote:
>> I have a problem when running my app on the android emulator. After
>> a few seconds (usually between 5 and 10 seconds or so), this is
>> printed on the "application output" panel:
>> "org.qtproject.example.myapp" died
>> And after that, I can't see the output of my application anymore, so
>> all qDebug() output is lost :-/
>> The application itself has not died. It's still running fine on the
>> I'm on Linux 64-bit with the latest version of Qt Creator (4.1.0)
>> which was installed with the Qt online installer (everything is up
>> to date through MaintenanceTool.) The Android SDK and NDK are also
>> the latest versions.
>> Also, this happens with all ABIs and API levels.
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>> Alexandre Pretyman
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