I’m trying to migrate from maven to Gradle for an Android project and I am facing the following issue:
I have three projects i.e
Basically what I want to achieve is that projB depends on projA and projlib. projlib is a lib folder that compiles and generates a lib(jar) file. projA is an Android Application and projB is another Android Application that needs to reference code in projA. Right now what I have added in the projB build.gradle file is
So say if there’s a class FooProjLib in projlib and FooProjA in projA
Then In projB I can do
FooProjLib foo = new FooProjLib
which works fine
but when I do
FooProjA foo = new FooProjA
Gradle gives me package projA does not exist, what I have observed is that both dependency is resolved but only the lib can be reference and not the apk.
projB is essentially a test server that runs tests against the application projA, so I need to have a way for projB to access code in projA. I can do this in maven with a provided dependency. I’m not sure how to achieve this with gradle. How do I solve this?