Is there any way to get paticular vertion of android source code?

by William Hua » Thu, 17 Sep 2009 13:36:14 GMT


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 I've synced my android repository just after android sdk 1.6
announced, but found some problem to install my apps with native code
(so built by NDK 1.5_r1) then.

I tried to build NDK with the latest souce code, bu unfortunately,
faile again :( .

So is there any way to get paticular vertion of android source code?
for example the android-1.5r3 tag. Would be great if some command like
"svn switch /foo/bar/1.5r3" is available.
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Is there any way to get paticular vertion of android source code?

by William Hua » Thu, 17 Sep 2009 14:33:25 GMT


 Thanks ralf.

Just wonder if ther is any qiuck way to switch to some tag, you know
"repo init" takes at least 3 hours on my network.






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