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Ansible Role: Android SDK

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An Ansible Role that installs the Android SDK tools, SDK packages and dependencies on Ubuntu and RedHat based OS'.

Requirements

A recent version of Ubuntu.

Role Variables

Available variables are listed below, along with default values (see defaults/main.yml):

android_sdk_download_location: http://dl.google.com/android/android-sdk_r23.0.2-linux.tgz

The location to the Android SDK tools package to be installed.

android_sdk_install_location: /opt

The location on disk where you'd like to SDK to be installed.

ubuntu_dependency_packages:
  - "libncurses5"
  - "libstdc++6"
  - "zlib1g"
  - "imagemagick"
  - "expect"
  - "gradle"
  - "ant"
  - "ccache"
  - "autoconf"
  - "automake"
  - "ant"
  - "ccache"
  - "python-dev"
  - "zlibc"

A list of aptitude installable build dependency packages.

ubuntu_precise_dependency_packages:
  - "libgd2-xpm"
  - "libgphoto2-2"
  - "libsane"
  - "ia32-libs-multiarch"

A list of aptitude installable build dependencies for Ubuntu Precise.

rh_dependency_packages:
  - expect
  - libstdc++.i686
  - mesa-libGL-devel
  - ncurses-libs.i686
  - zlib.i686

A list of yum installable build dependencies for RedHat based OS.

android_sdk_update_path: true

Whether or not the role should update the PATH in /etc/environment with the relevant android SDK locations

android_sdk_base_buildtools_version: 20.0.0

The main build tools version from the SDK to use, mainly useful for PATH updates.

android_sdk_tools_to_install:
  - build-tools-20.0.0
  - build-tools-19.1.0
  - platform-tools
  - tools
  - extra-android-support
  - extra-google-m2repository
  - extra-android-m2repository
android_sdks_to_install:
  - android-21
  - android-20
  - android-19
  - android-18
  - android-17
  - android-16

The actual Android SDK packages to install using the SDK manager.

Example Playbook

- hosts: appbuild
  vars_files:
    - vars/main.yml
  roles:
    - { role: nickpack.android_sdk }

License

BSD

Author Information

This role was created in 2015 by Nick Pack.

Contributors


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