Affects Version/s: None
Host OS: Windows 8
Titanium Studio 184.108.40.206304151600
I was going to upload my app to the Google play store when I saw that x86 native SDK libraries were not included in the APK (libkroll-v8.so, libtiverify.so, libtiprofiler.so, libstlport_shared.so).
I noticed these lines in builder.py (lines from 1696):
if abi == 'x86' and ((not os.path.exists(lib_source_dir)) or self.deploy_type == 'production'):
- x86 only in non-production builds for now.
and removing them did the trick. It is normal behaviour not to including that libraries in production releases or it is a mistake? And if it is normal what is the reason?
Way to reproduce:
- Use the feature "Distribute - Android App Store"
- Open the created APK with some zip reader
- Navigate in lib/x86
- No native libraries included