I want VS back.
Are we all sure the NDK is out of the question.
I've tried Eclipse, and it just isn't comparable to a 12k piece of software for me. (Even if VS is way over priced ).
In C# I could write like 3 lines of code a second, because Intellisense was just awesome. It just was for me.
With Eclipse I constantly am having to delete things, because Auto-Complete is wrong, it is indeed an abomination.
There is a well documented blog here about porting an C/C++ Game to Android, and that was 2 years ago, surely the NDK is better now? please.
I know your all probably going to say, Android is Java, the NDK is crap or something, but what about when my game is successful , and I want to port it to iPhone. That uses C/C++.
I also know I said my goal was to develop for Android, so that may have been misleading, but it's true, I want to get onto Google Play, simply because it's meant to be so 'easy to use'.
From the blog I provided, he goes on about how all the logic is written in C++ and just the Apple stuff in C, well isn't the whole point of the NDK so you can keep all the C++ main logic, and just write a 'front-end' in Java.
So what about that approach, write my games in C++ Open GL and then I can port to iPhone and Android "easily" Maybe?
I know I seemed to have been fine with Eclipse and just give it some time, but I honestly couldn't sleep last night at all. I couldn't stop thinking about this.
This post has been edited by DanielLeone: 13 July 2012 - 08:02 PM