[zeromq-dev] Zyre on Android?

Joe McIlvain joe.eli.mac at gmail.com
Fri Mar 13 03:55:25 CET 2015


I've spent quite a bit of time working on the android cross-compile process
(see the builds/qt-android subdir in libzmq, czmq, zyre, etc..) and QML
bindings for writing cross-platform Qt applications that use these
libraries on platforms including android (see the bindings/qml subdir).
Both of these efforts are a part of zproject, so any project using zproject
(like czmq and zyre) get these "for free".  Note that even though my use
case is with Qt, you should be able to use the qt-android build without
even having Qt on the dev or the target machine - just cross compile with
those scripts and you can use dlopen from your android application to load
the shared object.

I believe some folks got the edgenet/hydra application (which uses zyre)
running on android devices at this year's FOSDEM workshop, but I think
there were some caveats for zyre involving network configuration
requirements and such.  Maybe Pieter or one of the other workshop attendees
can elaborate on their findings.

On Thu, Mar 12, 2015 at 6:01 PM, Kenneth Adam Miller <
kennethadammiller at gmail.com> wrote:

> As per title, has anyone ever gotten Zyre to run on Android?
> Also, mesh networking is a research top the last I had learned. How well
> do does Zyre work? How extensively has it been tested?
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