android-platform-frameworks-base 1:6.0.0+r26-2 source package in Ubuntu

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android-platform-frameworks-base (1:6.0.0+r26-2) unstable; urgency=medium

  * d/split-select.1.md: Fix syntax error
  * d/libandroidfw.mk: Add "-Wl,-rpath=/usr/lib/android" to LDFLAGS
  * d/copyright: Include more upstream files for building the Android Frameworks
  * d/control: Add android-libunwind (>= 6) to B-D for solving the build failure

 -- Kai-Chung Yan <email address hidden>  Sun, 07 Feb 2016 13:25:26 +0800

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Android tools Maintainer on 2016-02-08
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Binary packages built by this source

aapt: Android Asset Packaging Tool

 The Android Asset Packaging Tool (aapt) takes your application resource
 files, such as the AndroidManifest.xml file and the XML files for your
 Activities, and compiles them. An R.java is also produced so you can
 reference your resources from your Java code. This tool allows you to view,
 create, and update Zip-compatible archives (zip, jar, apk). It can also
 compile resources into binary assets.

aapt-dbgsym: debug symbols for package aapt

 The Android Asset Packaging Tool (aapt) takes your application resource
 files, such as the AndroidManifest.xml file and the XML files for your
 Activities, and compiles them. An R.java is also produced so you can
 reference your resources from your Java code. This tool allows you to view,
 create, and update Zip-compatible archives (zip, jar, apk). It can also
 compile resources into binary assets.

aidl: Android Interface Definition Language processor

 AIDL (Android Interface Definition Language) is similar to other IDLs you might
 have worked with. It allows you to define the programming interface that both
 the client and service agree upon in order to communicate with each other using
 interprocess communication (IPC).

aidl-dbgsym: debug symbols for package aidl

 AIDL (Android Interface Definition Language) is similar to other IDLs you might
 have worked with. It allows you to define the programming interface that both
 the client and service agree upon in order to communicate with each other using
 interprocess communication (IPC).

android-libaapt: Android Asset Packaging Tool - Shared library

 The Android Asset Packaging Tool (aapt) takes your application resource
 files, such as the AndroidManifest.xml file and the XML files for your
 Activities, and compiles them. An R.java is also produced so you can
 reference your resources from your Java code. This tool allows you to view,
 create, and update Zip-compatible archives (zip, jar, apk). It can also
 compile resources into binary assets.
 .
 This package contains the shared library.

android-libaapt-dbgsym: debug symbols for package android-libaapt

 The Android Asset Packaging Tool (aapt) takes your application resource
 files, such as the AndroidManifest.xml file and the XML files for your
 Activities, and compiles them. An R.java is also produced so you can
 reference your resources from your Java code. This tool allows you to view,
 create, and update Zip-compatible archives (zip, jar, apk). It can also
 compile resources into binary assets.
 .
 This package contains the shared library.

android-libandroidfw: Android utility library

 Library providing utility functions to Android related tools. This is needed
 purely to get various Android utilities working. In the Google builds of the
 Android SDK, this library is statically linked, but in the Debian packaging,
 it is a private shared library.

android-libandroidfw-dbgsym: debug symbols for package android-libandroidfw

 Library providing utility functions to Android related tools. This is needed
 purely to get various Android utilities working. In the Google builds of the
 Android SDK, this library is statically linked, but in the Debian packaging,
 it is a private shared library.

android-libandroidfw-dev: Android utility library - Development files

 Library providing utility functions to Android related tools. This is needed
 purely to get various Android utilities working. In the Google builds of the
 Android SDK, this library is statically linked, but in the Debian packaging,
 it is a private shared library.
 .
 This package contains the development files.

split-select: APK split and selection tool

 Generates the logic for selecting a Split APK given some target Android device
 configuration.
 .
 Using the flag --generate will emit a JSON encoded tree of rules that must be
 satisfied in order to install the given Split APK. Using the flag --target
 along with the device configuration will emit the set of Split APKs to install,
 following the same logic that would have been emitted

split-select-dbgsym: debug symbols for package split-select

 Generates the logic for selecting a Split APK given some target Android device
 configuration.
 .
 Using the flag --generate will emit a JSON encoded tree of rules that must be
 satisfied in order to install the given Split APK. Using the flag --target
 along with the device configuration will emit the set of Split APKs to install,
 following the same logic that would have been emitted