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Last active Aug 29, 2015
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import com.android.build.gradle.AppPlugin
import com.android.build.gradle.LibraryPlugin
subprojects {
// This is an annoying hack to get around the fact that the Gradle plugin does not support
// having libraries with different minSdkVersions. Play Services has a min version of 9 (Gingerbread)
// but Android Maps Utils supports 8 (Froyo) still
it.afterEvaluate { subProject ->
// is this a library or an app?
if(subProject.plugins.hasPlugin(AppPlugin.class) || subProject.plugins.hasPlugin(LibraryPlugin.class)) {
// variants are accessed in different ways for each..
def variants = subProject.plugins.hasPlugin(AppPlugin.class) ? android.applicationVariants : android.libraryVariants
variants.all{ variant ->
variant.processManifest.doFirst {
File manifestFile = file("${buildDir}/exploded-bundles/ComGoogleMapsAndroidAndroidMapsUtils03.aar/AndroidManifest.xml")
if (manifestFile.exists()) {
println("Replacing minSdkVersion in Android Maps Utils in sub-project $subProject")
String content = manifestFile.getText('UTF-8')
content = content.replaceAll(/minSdkVersion="8"/, 'minSdkVersion=\"9\"')
manifestFile.write(content, 'UTF-8')
println(content)
}
}
}
}
}
}
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This version is for a gradle project with multiple android apps and/or library projects.

@dbachelder
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Put it in the top level build.gradle

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I get an error message: "Could not find property 'AppPlugin' on project ':XXXXX'. "

I fix it replacing AppPlugin.class by "android" and LibraryPlugin.class by "android-library"

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if(subProject.plugins.hasPlugin("android") || subProject.plugins.hasPlugin("android-library")) {
// variants are accessed in different ways for each..
def variants = subProject.plugins.hasPlugin("android") ? android.applicationVariants : android.libraryVariants
..
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@dbachelder
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@ignaclogs sorry, i didn't see this earlier!

you just need some imports:

import com.android.build.gradle.AppPlugin
import com.android.build.gradle.LibraryPlugin

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But your way seems fine too... probably less brittle.

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