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    Ana Stu

    3 years ago
    hello! I've developed an Android app in Kotlin with the help of Android Studio, I want to make it available in iOS too, anyone with some experience could tell me how could I get started?
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    Ivan

    3 years ago
    How to build ios framework from intellij idea generated k/n mpp project? it does not have common module gradle folder and root->build->build ends up with error Process 'command '/Applications/Android Studio.app/Contents/jre/jdk/Contents/Home/bin/java'' finished with non-zero exit value 2
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    olonho
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    ehubbard

    3 years ago
    Has anyone tried to use the kotlin-frontend-plugin plugin alongside the multiplatform plugin? I dont' think they were meant to work together...
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    josephivie
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    ldavin

    3 years ago
    Hi there. I’m sorry I have a dumb question to which I cannot find an answer. What’s the artifact signature containing a
    Throws
    annotation that’ll work on a native (ios) target ? I’m thinking of something like
    org.jetbrains.kotlin:kotlin-stdlib-native
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    alex.hart

    3 years ago
    Might be an obvious question, but does annotation processing work with kotlin multiplatform or only JVM modules?
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    josephivie

    3 years ago
    Where should I place generated code in a multiplatform project? I'd like it to be in the build folder (vcs ignore usually covers by default, never have to make a special case), but I'm not quite sure how to add a directory to a source set. I could add a new source set, but that sounds like a bit of a pain due to generated code having the same dependencies as the project.
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    gabin

    3 years ago
    Hello. I’ve opened a project from tutorial https://github.com/JetBrains/kotlin-examples/tree/master/tutorials/mpp-iOS-Android in Android studio 3.3 and got a sync error. can you help me with it?
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    addamsson

    3 years ago
    I have installed IDEA 2018.3 and my project is broken ever since. IDEA compalins that
    Compilation is not supported for following modules: zircon.core_commonMain, zircon.core_commonTest, zircon.core_jvmMain, zircon.core_jvmTest. Unfortunately you can't have non-Gradle Java modules and Android-Gradle modules in one project.
    what could be the problem? Gradle build runs fine, the application works, and it worked in the previous IDEA version as well. What do I need to upgrade to get this fixed? I'm not even using Android (have nothing Android-related on my computer). What's really weird is that I have neither non-Gradle Java modules nor Android-Gradle modules!
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    russhwolf
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    robstoll

    3 years ago
    I have a multi-platform project with jvm, android and js as target platforms. JVM and Android share the most code though. For instance, a class A defined in the common module as
    expect
    is the same in jvm and android. Is there a way to share the common code only for certain platforms?
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