Working With Androidplot Source


Working With Androidplot Source

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Fork

Androidplot’s main repo is hosted by Bitbucket.  If you’ve got a git client installed, you can get the latest copy of the Androidplot source by cloning using this command:

git clone https://bitbucket.org/androidplot/androidplot.git

We also maintain a Github clone:

git clone https://bitbucket.org/androidplot/androidplot.git

You can also download an archive of all sources by going to the Androidplot Bitbucket Downloads page, clicking “Branches”  and downloading a copy of the “master” branch in whichever archive format you prefer.

Build

As of version 0.9.3, Androidplot is exclusively a Gradle project, which makes building incredibly easy.  The project uses the excellent sdk-manager-plugin so you don’t even need to setup the Android SDK.  You’ll still need to have Java JDK 1.7 or later installed.

To perform a full build (runs tests, generates javadocs, builds the library and demo app):

./gradlew clean test assemble

Pull Requests

Pull requests may be issued against either the Bitbucket or Github repos – we’ll take care of keeping them in sync.

Useful Links

If you’d like to learn more than just the absolute basics above, then the links below are a good place to begin.