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Forking AOSP Keyboard and Compiling with Android Studio

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By David B., Senior Member on 15th June 2019, 01:08 AM
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Hello all,

I am interested in forking the AOSP keyboard and compiling it with Android Studio, but I am having a hard time doing so.

I have already cloned the repo from here: https://android.googlesource.com/pla...thods/LatinIME

When I try to open it in Android Studio however, I am running in to issues. I found online that I apparently need to import it as an Eclipse project to add Gradle to it, which I have tried as well, but I still cannot get the project recognized. I also tried importing just the "java" folder, which worked after I fixed the Gradle errors and the missing class errors by copying the classes from the other folders in to the appropriate location in the java folder. Doing that, I was able to compile the keyboard, but trying to use it results in it crashing with the following error in logcat: Could not load native library jni_latinime

What is wrong and does anyone know how I can fix it? Ideally, I would like to use a project structure that does not involve moving other classes around as I have been doing so that I can stay up to date with the official repo with minimal merge conflicts. Does anyone have any advice?

Thanks in advance!
 
 
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