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    felipecsl

    3 years ago
    ah I guess its using
    project.name
    f
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  • t

    tarek

    3 years ago
    When I run the
    copyFramework
    task from the new MPP Mobile sample, I get the following error :
    Could not get unknown property 'configuration.build.dir' for task ':app:copyFramework' of type org.gradle.api.DefaultTask.
    Do you have any idea why it happens ?
    t
    russhwolf
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  • Sergio Casero

    Sergio Casero

    3 years ago
    Hello guys! Maybe this is a noob question, but I'm getting a frustrating error. I'm starting to test the multiplatform but I'm getting this error when I try to build android with intelliJ
    Plugin with id 'com.android.application' not found.
    But if try with gradlew assembleDebug, it works, and also works the "run" task without any problems and the apk is correctly installed. Any idea? (I can share the build.gradle files if you need them 🙂 )
    Sergio Casero
    Dominaezzz
    +1
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  • h

    hmole

    3 years ago
    Can I depend on multiple components of a single multiplatform module from another module? I need android and jvm parts. They're separate sourcesets.
    h
    Liliia
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  • hallvard

    hallvard

    3 years ago
    I'm coding a play!framework application, and use kotlin for a large portion of data classes and the like used both on the server and on the client. Compiling for two.platforms is now the easy part, yay! Can anyone point me to a play! example with kotlin multiplatform in it?
    hallvard
    josephivie
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  • c

    coletz

    3 years ago
    Hi everyone! I'm following the official mpp tutorial (here https://kotlinlang.org/docs/tutorials/native/mpp-ios-android.html#creating-the-shared-module) using AS. I'm not getting this part:
    Let's start by creating the SharedCode project
    . Should I actually create a NEW project or just use the one I've created for android (following previous tutorial steps) and create a new module? In case, what type of project/module (phone & tablet module, android library, java library etc.)?
    c
    Liliia
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    alec

    3 years ago
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    coletz

    3 years ago
    oh ok, I've seen a strange commit - Attempt to port to new gradle plugin (failed) - and I thought it was broken
    c
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  • Hamza

    Hamza

    3 years ago
    but wouldn’t it be possible to create the base 64 api with kotlin apis only and use that on all the others?
    Hamza
    egorand
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  • c

    coletz

    3 years ago
    Question time again! On the official mpp tutorial (https://kotlinlang.org/docs/tutorials/native/mpp-ios-android.html#creating-an-android-project) it's written to use gradle 4.10.2, while on the Droidcon app (https://github.com/touchlab/DroidconKotlin#note-on-gradle) it's written to use 4.7... What to do? 🤔
    c
    orangy
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