cmsdk: Mandate partner feature xml's for service implementation.

  The feature xml plays two roles:

      1) To allow sdk interface (constructor) to throw when system
      service is unavailable. This allows for clearer platform
      development debugging.

      2) To allow for simpler disambiguation of what services to
      instrument in a modular environment.

Change-Id: I2aefa6917df9b6f9a557864439eaee47c53d9079
TICKET: CYNGNOS-2293
4 files changed
tree: c0d797441c4e5a1bf605da4467327eb5c77761b1
  1. api/
  2. cm/
  3. host/
  4. packages/
  5. samples/
  6. src/
  7. system-api/
  8. tests/
  9. .gitreview
  10. Android.mk
  11. CleanSpec.mk
  12. org.cyanogenmod.platform.xml
  13. README.md
README.md

CyanogenMod Platform SDK

The Platform SDK provides a set of APIs that give you easy access to a variety of different features within CyanogenMod. The SDK exposes APIs and system level framework access in the Android framework that aren't available in any other distribution.

Setup

You can either download from prebuilts hosted on github or pull directly via Gradle.

Building against release artifacts

Our stable releases are mirrored in Maven Central, and you can fetch the current release by setting your build.gradle dependencies to

dependencies {
    compile 'org.cyanogenmod:platform.sdk:4.+'
}

Building against development snapshots

Within build.gradle make sure your repositories list sonatype OSS repos for snapshots

repositories {
    maven {
        url "https://oss.sonatype.org/content/repositories/snapshots/"
    }
}

You can target the future or development branch by setting your dependencies for 5.0-SNAPSHOT

dependencies {
    compile 'org.cyanogenmod:platform.sdk:5.0-SNAPSHOT'
}

WIKI

For further inquiries regarding this project, please reference the wiki.