The Application.mk file shown in Listing 2–4 is one of the simplest of its kind. However, this file can specify quite a few more things, and you may need to define many of them in your application. Table 2–3 shows the different variables you can define in Application.mk.
You will focus on these variables when fine-tuning your application for performance:
APP_OPTIM is optional and can be set to either “release” or “debug.” If it is not defined, it will be automatically set based on whether your application is debuggable (
android:debuggable set to
true in the application's manifest): ...