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From Filip Maj <>
Subject Re: cordova can't see android targets
Date Tue, 25 Apr 2017 16:23:30 GMT
Hi Oleg,

This is an issue caused by Google changing the Android SDK tooling in
version 26.

If you use the latest cordova-android, it should be compatible with the new
tools. Unfortunately, support for the new tools is unreleased at this time
so you will need to use the latest cordova-android from source.

We are in the process of getting a new cordova-android release out (6.2.2)
- the vote thread just went out. 6.2.2 should support the new tools just

I believe the Cordova command line tooling can work with source
distributions of platforms. So I think if you a) clone down the
cordova-android source, b) `cd cordova-android && npm install` and c)
`cordova platform add path/to/cordova-android`, it should work.

On Apr 25, 2017 03:40, "Oleg" <> wrote:

  Hi, all.

  Sorry, if i chosen the wrong list for my question, but it seems here

  nobody can help me.

  I have the next error with cordova:

~$ cordova requirements
Requirements check results for android:
Java JDK: installed 1.8.0
Android SDK: installed true
Android target: not installed
Android SDK not found. Make sure that it is installed. If it is not at
 the default location, set the ANDROID_HOME environment variable.
Gradle: installed
Error: Some of requirements check failed

But at least one android target is exist:

~$ $ANDROID_HOME/tools/bin/avdmanager list target
Available Android targets:
id: 1 or "android-25"
     Name: Android API 25
     Type: Platform
     API level: 25
     Revision: 3

So, i don't understand what cordova wants from me.

OS: funtoo stable
Cordova: 6.5.0
Android-studio: 162.3871768

Олег Неманов (Oleg Nemanov)

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