I am trying to get up and running with android studio 3.0 and Juce, and I have hit a few issues that I haven’t found mentioned in the forum. As I am new to android development, could anyone with experience please point me in the correct direction to find fixes?
My first problem is that the ''save and open in IDE" button is greyed out and inactive. I am using the latest version of JUCE master, and a freshly built projucer. As the sdk and ndk path are in ‘custom’ folder locations as opposed to the default set by android studio, could this be linked to the cause of the projucer not recognising android studio? The pojucer recognises the various versions of VS I have just fine.
The second problem is that if I just open the project through Android Studio, I get hit with an error suggesting that the flavour dimension definitions are being called in a way that is no longer supported or has changed. The warning states that ‘all flavours must used a named flavourdimension’. I see these as ‘debug’ and ‘release’ in the boiler plate… While I recognise Google might like to shake things up on a regular basis, is this a hang-over from the previous problem I described, or is it just that google have changed the way something is done? If so, can anyone guide me on their best fix, before I resort to https://developer.android.com/studio/build/gradle-plugin-3-0-0-migration.html#flavor_dimensions