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malabarba: Sometimes I get troubles on bad wifi because adb tunneling is lost often
Also, if phone is not connected to USB, and when it goes to sleep-mode, REPL ops become terribly slow. But it is solved by using
(neko.debug/keep-screen-on) in all activities, which is itself a useful thing to do
I'm gonna try to get everything running now, and then isolate that issue I was having with skummet
alexyakushev: https://www.refheap.com/106689 Just so you know, this is the exception I get while dexing with summet.
I'll start dissecting my project now, just figured I'd show you the exception in case it was something obvious.
I don't know why skummet can be to blame here. So you can't build the regular version of this project alright?
It's a Java class, so it can't really come from skummet or its results. Must be some other clash
Just adding the dep that uses the support library is all it takes to trigger the issue
:dependencies ^:replace [[org.skummet/clojure "1.7.0-RC1-r2" :use-resources true] [com.jeremyfeinstein.slidingmenu/library "1.3" :extension "aar"] [neko/neko "4.0.0-alpha1"]]
This lib pulls the support library from Maven while lein-droid adds support libraries to the classpath from Android SDK dir
I still need to figure out if I want this lib anyway. Sadly, it just looks like I don't have much of an option.
Everything stems from the fact that lein-droid magically adds dependencies from Android SDK
But then you have to somehow unpack the resources out of the archive to be able to pass it to
Just ftr, adding
com.android.support/support-v4 to the
:exclusions and then using
:support-libraries ["v4"] indeed solves the problem