Reshared post from Alex Ruiz:

June 4, 2013 — Leave a comment
Android and IDE integration with Gradle #androiddev   #blog  

Original Post from Alex Ruiz:

In this post I’m describing how we use the new “custom model” feature, introduced in Gradle 1.6, to provide IDE integration for Android projects that use the new Gradle-based build system. This feature was designed to allow Gradle plug-in developers provide a custom representation of a Gradle project through the Gradle’s Tooling API.

This post is intended to be a “note to self,” to have it handy once we start implementing Gradle support for Android projects in the Android Development Tools for Eclipse (ADT.)

http://alexruiz.developerblogs.com/?p=2734

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