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Copyright (c) 2012-2014 Fredrik Holmstrom (firstname.lastname@example.org)
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Building the managed assemblies
- Make sure you have either Xamarin Studio/Mono Develop/Visual Studio installed
- Open the udpkit.sln file that is located in src/managed
- Choose to build the entire solution
- The .dll and .pdb/.mdb files can now be found bin/managed
Building native shared library for Android
- Make sure you have the Android NDK installed, which can be found here: https://developer.android.com/tools/sdk/ndk/index.html
- Open a terminal and go into the src/native/android directory in the udpkit directory.
- Run the NDK build command like this: ndk_path/ndk-build udpkit/path/src/native/android
- The .so file can now be found in the "obj" directory inside src/native/android
Building native static library for iOS
- Make sure you have the latest Xcode installed
- Open the .xcodeproj file located in src/native/ios
- Build the project from the build menu
- The static library (.a file) is now located in your Xcode derived data directory, which can be found by going to XCode/Preferences/Locations and checking “Derived Data”.