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Re: [paho-dev] Building android service

great thanks
found it in bin-folder afterwards.

On 31.05.2014 00:13, Al Stockdill-Mander wrote:
There is an eclipse project file in there, if you open the android service
folder in ADT you should be able to build it with no problems.

On 30 May 2014 23:11, "paho@xxxxxxxxxx" <paho@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

Hi Al,
yeah you were right.

Don't know what exactly was wrong. Recloned and it and now it is
compiling without a glitch.
But I still get no jar file. What command do I have to use?

regards Alex

On 30.05.2014 10:57, Al Stockdill-Mander wrote:

Which branch are you using and have you pulled from it to ensure
you're up to date? I ask because I just tried this on both the master
and develop branches and they worked fine, the only way I managed to
get the error you've shown is if I took the client jar from the
develop branch and tried to use it to build the android service in the
master branch. There is a file mqttv3.jar in
delete this before you try and build the service again, it seems to
have been brought over when merging from the develop branch and must
have been left there by mistake.


On 29/05/14 18:53, paho@xxxxxxxxxx wrote:
Hi all,

I am just trying to build the android service.

Steps I did:
- Compiled Paho Java Client
- Copied jar to "libs-dir
- called ant debug and ant release and ended up with this error

     [javac] Compiling 7 source files to


error: MqttAndroidClient is not abstract and does not override abstract
method setProtocolVersion(MqttProtocolVersion) in IMqttAsyncClient
     [javac] public class MqttAndroidClient extends BroadcastReceiver
     [javac]        ^
     [javac] 1 error

Seems that the java client contains new stuff and the android service is
not adjusted yet. Then the question is why it is in the same git branch.

best regards
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