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To add new API in custom Android SDK

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I have created a JAVA class exposing native API. I have kept this class in _frameworks/base/core/java/com/myDomain/myPackage/myClass.java_ and for this i have already created JNI C code files and their entries in required make files.

But after building the SDK, it didn't include expected package _com.myDomain.myPackage_.

Is there any specific configuration file(s) where I would have to make entries to include it in Android SDK, or the place is incorrect where currently class files is kept.

posted Jun 5, 2013 by anonymous

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