Welcome to RoboTutor: this version was uploaded to XPrize 11/20/2018. For subsequent changes, see https://github.com/RoboTutorLLC/RoboTutor.
Setup and Configuration:
RoboTutor uses a large volume of external assets at runtime. To successfully run RoboTutor you must first install these assets on your target device. The RTAsset_Publisher is the tool you can use to push the Rt assets to your device. Once you have cloned and run the associated tools to push the data assets to your device you can proceed with building RoboTutor.
Clone RoboTutor to your computer using Git/GitHub
Import the RoboTutor project into Android Studio.
You may need to install different versions of the build tools and android SDKs.
There are a number of build variants you can select to generate versions that support static language selections and also vesions that permit dynamic language selection at runtime. In order to generate any flavor that depends on the key signature, you must generate your own keystore (see next steps). Note that the version used in the XPrize code drop 1 submission usees flavor release_sw, which depends on a signed APK.
If you do not already have one, follow the steps here to generate a keystore.
Add a file named "keystore.properties" to your root project directory, and give it the following contents. The values should be based on the values you used to generate the keystore.
storePassword=<your_store_password> keyPassword=<your_key_password> keyAlias=<your_key_alias> storeFile=<path_to_location_of_keystore>
- Use Android Studio or gradlew to generate a signed APK with the flavor release_sw. This will generate the file robotutor.release_sw.188.8.131.52.apk. This APK should be transferred to the apk in your local SystemBuild directory.
The following repositories are part of the Team-RoboTutor entry: