I wonder which version of python is needed?

(hahman) #1

Which Python version needs to be configured in Android Studio?

(Audrius Butkevicius) #2

I think either works.

(hahman) #3

Sorry to bother you, but I don’t know how to build success. Thank you for your reply.

(hahman) #4

Sorry to bother you, but I don’t know how to build success. Thank you for your reply

(Jakob Borg) #5

Did you follow the build instructions in the README? If so, you need to post exactly what you are doing when you run into problems, what the error is, etc.

(hahman) #6

thanks. gradlew buildNative:

(Jakob Borg) #7

No idea, maybe run the git fetch command manually and see what it says.

And of course, you did follow the instructions about initializing git submodules, yes?

(hahman) #8

Thank you for your reply. Yes, I did according to the readme.

(Antony Male) #9

Run git submodule status, paste the output.

(hahman) #10

7812c2c937ad98c24cb6e0bd56ce1d9b4ab967a4 src/github.com/syncthing/syncthing

(Jakob Borg) #11

Well, cd to the directory and run git fetch --tags as that is what the Python script does. See what happens.

Then, optionally, fix the script to show the command output when the command fails, and file a PR with that…

(hahman) #12

Thank you for your help. It’s already nine o 'clock. I’ll check the information after I get home

(Audrius Butkevicius) #13

You need git and go installed, and need to make sure git submodules are initialised and updated.

(hahman) #14

yes,I did it according to the README on github, but there are still some problems:222

(hahman) #15

(Antony Male) #16

That’s a different error that time. See this thread:

(hahman) #17

What should I do?

(hahman) #18

This is what happened when I ran Gradlew build

(Antony Male) #19

From your previous thread (which you never answered):

(hahman) #20