How to reproduce:
- Create a Titanium Module Project in Titanium Studio:
- project name: headphones
- module id: be.tulipemoutarde.headphones
- deployment target: 'Android' / SDK: 2.0.2GA
- Edit the build.properties file to match your setup.
- Create a JNI folder and create an Android.mk, a headphones.c file.
- Edit the HeadphonesModule.java to load the native library and create a method that will call a C function.
- Edit the app.js to call the java method.
- plug an android phone (or if you are brave enough, launch an emulator)
- Get a logcat (e.g., with DDMS)
- run the app on your phone with 'ant install'
You will see "java.lang.unsatisfiedLinkError: Couldn't load headphones: findLibrary returned null"
and "Exception Ljava/lang/UnsatisfiedLinkError; thrown while initializing Lbe/tulipemoutarde/headphones/HeadphonesModule;"
I don't have any errors in the output when it compiles. I guess there's a problem somewhere in the build process (does the libheadphones.so copied in the right directory?), but my knowledge of Ant and the java tools is too limited :/
You can have a look/clone the project. Don't forget to adapt the paths in build.properties