I don’t know if these has been reported before but yesterday i got the crazy idea to uncheck the android deployment under project properties > android.
After unchecking jmonkey deleted the entire mobile directory which included all the android related code i have developed :(.
Don’t worry, i have recovered the files with a recovery software … but still i got really scared that i have lost them.
Someone should inform people about this. If you want to uncheck android deployment you should have a backup plan
But you’d really do yourself a favor by using a VCS software. Git, SVN, Mercurial, whatever. Screwing up your project is pretty common during dev, and having a backup make things easier, even if you work alone.
@Victor Caliman :
I work alone on a project too, but I can really recommend VCS. I use GoogleCode and SVN.
I did some modifications in the mobile project. I edited the following files:
MainActivity.java (extra method)
AndroidManifest.xml (GL ES 2.0 requirement)
res\values\strings.xml (application tile)
ant.properties (key-store specified)
You have to edit the mobile project if you want to do some Android specific things. You can just normally do a clean&build. You only have to be careful with checking/unchecking the checkbox in the project options.