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Missing binding android-ia32-48 #1648

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kick-the-bucket opened this Issue Jul 30, 2016 · 8 comments

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kick-the-bucket commented Jul 30, 2016

node-sass@3.8.0 install /data/data/com.termux/files/home/PokemonGo-Map/node_modules/node-sass > node scripts/install.js Cannot download "https://github.com/sass/node-sass/releases/download/v3.8.0/android-ia32-48_binding.node": HTTP error 404 Not Found

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We don't offer binaries for Android as I don't believe NodeJS supports the platform natively.

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nschonni commented Aug 1, 2016

We don't offer binaries for Android as I don't believe NodeJS supports the platform natively.

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v3.8.0 should have fallen back to a local compilation. Did that not happen @kick-the-bucket?

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xzyfer commented Aug 1, 2016

v3.8.0 should have fallen back to a local compilation. Did that not happen @kick-the-bucket?

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With termux application, we can download node js and webpack stuff. But cant download node sass because it doesnt have binary support

sparkishy commented Aug 21, 2016

With termux application, we can download node js and webpack stuff. But cant download node sass because it doesnt have binary support

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balazsorban44 Nov 14, 2016

It would have been great.

balazsorban44 commented Nov 14, 2016

It would have been great.

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kjarmicki Nov 15, 2016

I'd really like android/termux support too, would be nice since node works there.
Out of curiosity, are there problems with compilation or was it never tried?

kjarmicki commented Nov 15, 2016

I'd really like android/termux support too, would be nice since node works there.
Out of curiosity, are there problems with compilation or was it never tried?

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There a couple issues preventing this.

LibSass currently does not compile on Android. That would need to be fixed.

Neither the LibSass or Node Sass has the expertise to maintain, or triage Android issue.

Neither the LibSass or Node Sass have infrastructure (CI, build servers) to assert compatibility, and prevent regressions.

Without the above there is no way we can provide support for Android. If someone with those skills, expertise, and resources was willing to own that responsibility we happily add them to the team.

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xzyfer commented Nov 15, 2016

There a couple issues preventing this.

LibSass currently does not compile on Android. That would need to be fixed.

Neither the LibSass or Node Sass has the expertise to maintain, or triage Android issue.

Neither the LibSass or Node Sass have infrastructure (CI, build servers) to assert compatibility, and prevent regressions.

Without the above there is no way we can provide support for Android. If someone with those skills, expertise, and resources was willing to own that responsibility we happily add them to the team.

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kjarmicki Nov 15, 2016

Fair enough. Thank you for the response

kjarmicki commented Nov 15, 2016

Fair enough. Thank you for the response

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