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Android SDK interface
« on: July 14, 2020, 09:42:52 pm »

I am playing around with the Lazarus side of android dev and noticed that the gui for sdkmanager is not supplied anymore. I have been using eclipse and then android studio for many years now, so I hadn't noticed that change. Now though, I would rather not have to fire up android studio to do the sdk management, so I wrote sdkhelper. For now it just does the sdkmanager stuff. You can mark packages to instal or uninstall, update you sdk (all available updates), and browse through the packages available.

It "should" be completely OS independent but is intended for windows targets. I have not tested this on Linux or Mac. I you are interested, check it out and please do let me know if you add to it or find bugs so I can fix them on my side as well. There is a help file available while the program is running that describes the install and requirements. It is very simple to get setup.

The source package is here:

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Re: Android SDK interface
« Reply #1 on: July 15, 2020, 03:06:45 pm »
WoW! thank you for this I´hv been managing this from the shell all this time, I´ll try it.


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