Legacy Support Android

#1

Hi all,
I was wondering if there already exists a pre compiled jar which supports older android sdks (< 24)?

At the moment I m testing with minSDK 24 settings in my android porject but I would like to switch to a lower sdk version later on (to support more devices).

Thanks in advance,

Alex

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#2

Hello Alex,

Hi all,
I was wondering if there already exists a pre compiled jar which supports older android sdks (< 24)?

At the moment I m testing with minSDK 24 settings in my android porject but I would like to switch to a lower sdk version later on (to support more devices).

Thanks in advance,

Currently we don’t “officially” support legacy android. The script that we have on the root of the project is what you can use right now and compile the code afterwards. There are a few things that we still need to decide and do a lot of testing before making the legacy support a first-class citizen.

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On Monday, February 12, 2018 at 6:07:02 PM UTC+5, Alexander Kurte wrote:

Alex

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#3

ah ok thanks for the information :wink:
Then I will try to find out how to compile it on my own.

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Am Montag, 12. Februar 2018 15:46:31 UTC+1 schrieb Omer Akram:

Hello Alex,

On Monday, February 12, 2018 at 6:07:02 PM UTC+5, Alexander Kurte wrote:

Hi all,
I was wondering if there already exists a pre compiled jar which supports older android sdks (< 24)?

At the moment I m testing with minSDK 24 settings in my android porject but I would like to switch to a lower sdk version later on (to support more devices).

Thanks in advance,

Currently we don’t “officially” support legacy android. The script that we have on the root of the project is what you can use right now and compile the code afterwards. There are a few things that we still need to decide and do a lot of testing before making the legacy support a first-class citizen.

Alex

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#4

Hello Alex,

Hi all,
I was wondering if there already exists a pre compiled jar which supports
older android sdks (< 24)?
At the moment I m testing with minSDK 24 settings in my android porject
but I would like to switch to a lower sdk version later on (to support more
devices).
Thanks in advance,

Currently we don't "officially" support legacy android. The script that we
have on the root of the project is what you can use right now and compile
the code afterwards. There are a few things that we still need to decide
and do a lot of testing before making the legacy support a first-class
citizen.

Hi Alex,

yes, but don't hold your breath: this is low prio .. we have a lot of
other stuff being worked on .. sorry.

as in: it is a non-goal.

Cheers,
/Tobias

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Am 12.02.2018 um 15:46 schrieb Omer Akram:

On Monday, February 12, 2018 at 6:07:02 PM UTC+5, Alexander Kurte wrote:

Alex

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