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Does it exist Android C++ SDK?

I am interested in Open Handset Alliance platform development. Is it possible to develop software for Android in C++ or only in Java?
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No, I suppose. Android is based on a Java-like Virtual Machine.
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Mobile Sorcery is planning on releasing Android MoSync version at the beginning of 2008. MoSync is a C/C++ integrated collection of tools for mobile development across multiple platforms.
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Yes, it is actually. The Android Platform uses a Dalvik virtual machine to run programs. The Dalvik VM is not a Java virtual machine, however, at the moment there only exists a tool to convert java bytecode into a .dex file format, which Dalvik uses.
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Most likely though, many parts of a program will have to be Java-compatable, because I think Android uses Java APIs for things such as Phone, Wi-fi, GPS, etc, rather than, for instance C++ headers.
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Here http://code.google.com/android/what-is-android.html Google says: Android includes a set of C/C++ libraries used by various components of the Android system.
Click the link for more info.
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No news on writing Android apps in C? I really want to port my apps to Android but I can imagine to port them to Java.
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A Java SDK was the stupidest decision google has made to date.
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MoSync the Native C/C++ development kit for Android is now available at www.mosync.com, it's open source, download it. Feedback is much appreciated.
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