10pcs 3D Bottle Opener Design Nail Art Decoration

10pcs 3D Bottle Opener Design Nail Art Decoration


Looking for a unique way to decorate your nails? Check out our 10pcs 3D Bottle Opener Design Nail Art Decoration! These are perfect for any occasion! The nail art deco…

These 3D Stacked Flower Nail stickers for women will bring out the beauty of your hands. This unique sticker is perfect for any occasion and can be used for decora…

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These 3D Flower Nail decals would be perfect for you to have a stunning look! Just download, print and stick them on your own nails. This is how to apply. Firstly you wi…Q:

Using a local git repository to compile the Android SDK

I’d like to use a local repository to compile the Android SDK to distribute using Ant. This was my approach, but the android-ndk-r8.bin is missing. In other words I need to clone the sdk/android-ndk directory into my local source repository, but the path points to a remote server (the server is a mirror).
My question is: is there a way to use a local repository to compile the sdk? Or am I barking up the wrong tree?

A:

No, the android NDK is on the build server and always has been.
Look at the maven build files for the Android build server for the Android build scripts to show you how the build scripts are created (including how to run ant scripts on the

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