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Author doko
Recipients doko
Date 2016-08-31.17:23:01
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Following up to, I think we should choose different platform triplets for the android builds than we do for the linux builds.  Not sure which ones.

I saw the following gnu triplets used:

 - i686-linux-android
 - arm-linux-androidabi

Looking at the two cross compilers from the Ubuntu archive, I see that the arm compiler defines a __ANDROID__ macro, while the i686 compiler doesn't, so it might be difficult to select the correct platform triplet.

Could somebody check different compilers (clang as well) to see if this macro is defined?

<gcc|clang>  -E -dM - < /dev/null|grep -i android

Not sure which architectures else should be defined, but aarch64 comes to my mind as well.
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