[SDL] In-App Purchases

Pallav Nawani pallavnawani at gmail.com
Mon Sep 29 20:08:46 PDT 2014

Those other headers are not required, you can simply remove them.
ClassPath is the path for the main activity, like:

mClassPath  = "

basically used to call the methods defined in the game's activity via JNI.

XFOsAndroidManageLocalRef aLocalRef(aEnv);
is used to ensure that JNI doesn't garbage collect local variables we
create via JNI before we are done using them. I am not quite sure whether
this works at all though, I just had it as a safety measure.

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On Fri, Sep 26, 2014 at 9:58 PM, ruler501 <d.ruler501 at gmail.com> wrote:

>  ruler501 wrote:
>  Thanks for the code, it is greatly appreciated.
> It does seem to be missing a few headers though(XAppBase.h, misc/XF_Log.h,
> os/xf_os_android_jni.h) otherwise it seems to be working great, and though
> I'm not sure if we could make a library out of it, because of the android
> complications I think I could write some scripts to make it seem almost
> like a plug and play library.
> I managed to edit it so it would compile, but I'm not certain my edits
> were correct, what is mClassPath = pApp->mJavaClassPath; supposed to do? I
> just assumed it returned the path of the main package in my code.
> Also does XFOsAndroidManageLocalRef aLocalRef(aEnv); do anything? It seems
> the value was never used so I commented out those lines.
> I also had to remove most of the logging since that header was missing.
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