I have been trying out the new Android RubyMotion beta and have been trying out the code samples.

One thing I was frustrated about was having to keep putting the NDK and SDK path in the Rakefile. Here is a quick tip to make it easier.

Create a file somewhere like ~/motion/common.rb

I have been trying out the new Android RubyMotion beta and have been trying out the code samples.

One thing I was frustrated about was having to keep putting the NDK and SDK path in the Rakefile. Here is a quick tip to make it easier.

Create a file somewhere like ~/motion/common.rb

Inside the Rakefile for each app:

I have been trying out the new Android RubyMotion beta and have been trying out the code samples.

One thing I was frustrated about was having to keep putting the NDK and SDK path in the Rakefile. Here is a quick tip to make it easier.

Create a file somewhere like ~/motion/common.rb

I have been trying out the new Android RubyMotion beta and have been trying out the code samples.

One thing I was frustrated about was having to keep putting the NDK and SDK path in the Rakefile. Here is a quick tip to make it easier.

Create a file somewhere like ~/motion/common.rb

Inside the Rakefile for each app:



Thanks to JP, you can also add this to your ~/.bash_profile or ~/.zshrc

I have been trying out the new Android RubyMotion beta and have been trying out the code samples.

One thing I was frustrated about was having to keep putting the NDK and SDK path in the Rakefile. Here is a quick tip to make it easier.

Create a file somewhere like ~/motion/common.rb

I have been trying out the new Android RubyMotion beta and have been trying out the code samples.

One thing I was frustrated about was having to keep putting the NDK and SDK path in the Rakefile. Here is a quick tip to make it easier.

Create a file somewhere like ~/motion/common.rb



Inside the Rakefile for each app:

I have been trying out the new Android RubyMotion beta and have been trying out the code samples.

One thing I was frustrated about was having to keep putting the NDK and SDK path in the Rakefile. Here is a quick tip to make it easier.

Create a file somewhere like ~/motion/common.rb

I have been trying out the new Android RubyMotion beta and have been trying out the code samples.

One thing I was frustrated about was having to keep putting the NDK and SDK path in the Rakefile. Here is a quick tip to make it easier.

Create a file somewhere like ~/motion/common.rb



Inside the Rakefile for each app:



Thanks to JP, you can also add this to your ~/.bash_profile or ~/.zshrc



If you have a better way to do it, post in the comments below.