I'm proud and fortunate to be enrolled in the mailing list for I'm now trying to port Redhat SPICE client on to Android.
It's TOUGH,and you Gnash-android-porting guys will definitely agree with this. the Spice client is written in C++, but even I can overcome the C++ support problem in Android,I still have to move to the spicec version written in C/GTK because C is more 'safer' in Android than C++, and anyway the UI of it must be inevitably rewrote in JAVA.
But now comes the glib problems in porting to android. I referenced the instructions in http://wiki.gnashdev.org/AndroidDependencies
But I got more trouble, for example there is no resolv.h and res_query in bionic libc, so I have to port libbind onto Android, and then I'm blocked in the bind-9.7 building now...
Have you gnash-android guys met this? Have you successfully ported glib onto Android, for I cannot find it in Gnash download vault? More detials please?
I use the NDK from Mozzila with C++ support:http://ftp.mozilla.org/pub/mozilla.org/mobile/source/android-ndk-r4c-0moz3.tar.bz2
and I have modified Andrew Ross's agcc to partner with this NDK:
I configure bind-9.7 with this
BUILD_CC=gcc CC="agcc -I/data/local/include" CPPFLAGS="-I/data/local/include" BUILD_CPPFLAGS="-I/data/local/include" CXX=agcc LD=arm-eabi-ld BUILD_LDFLAGS="-L/data/local/lib" \
and then run into the dirts of it!
I configure glib2.28 with:
CC=agcc CPPFLAGS="-I/data/local/include" LDFLAGS="-ldl -L/data/local/lib" CXX=agcc LD=arm-eabi-ld RANLIB=arm-eabi-ranlib \
--disable-java --disable-openmp --without-libiconv-prefix --without-libintl-prefix --without-libglib-2.0-prefix --without-libcroco-0.6-prefix --with-included-libxml --without-libncurses-prefix --without-libtermcap-prefix --without-libcurses-prefix --without-libexpat-prefix --without-emacs
then I got
"checking for res_query... configure: error: not found"
Any body can help me in the glib porting? Thank you forward!