android create avd - usage in ant

by Raja Nagendra Kumar » Tue, 12 May 2009 00:15:29 GMT

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Is there a way to create avd profile using ant. The create avd is
using java which inturn expects a user input to customize or no.
SDK 1.1 was using mostly ant tags to automate the build however in
1.5r1 we see Java Class doing lot of things internally.

is there any work around to this.. basically we are looking to create
a default profile using exec and it should assume that users answer is
no or what ever is the default value.

Raja Nagendra Kumar,

android create avd - usage in ant

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