I will test properly with construct 2 today.
—, good suggestions.
I will do a config file where the name ad icon can be changed. To change the signing keys, you can just replace the key files in the key folder.
In answer to your other questions:
* Do I need Android SDK?
No, not needed.
* Do I need to download Crosswalk sdk?
No, not needed.
* Do I need the JDK
No, not needed (but you do need java runtime - if you dont have it the script will try to make you download it)
* Does your program just use the the source apk rather than compile an entire program.
My program (well its just a script) takes a previously generated crosswalk APK (which I made with the Intel XDK), strips it down then inserts the ew html into it, before repacking it.
* Does your system support Cordova(I need cordova for Ouya support)
Yes it supports cordova. I'd be interested to know how you get on with that, I may need to do some tweaking but it wont be hard.
* Which version of chrome does this one use?
Its the latest build of crosswalk - whatever they use as per last friday.
* Are you awesome
not really. I was annoyed with the XDK stuff; on the face of it Intel are making a great gift to the community, until one realises that all of the work is already done by other open source projects, except for compiling nodejs for android - not difficult, but an annoying job and boring.
It is naughty of intel to try to push people into a service model (cloud compile) on the ack of open source projects that they did not create IMHO.
I think this way is prob even legit :-)
I'll fix these little things today and post again