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From "Filippo Possenti (JIRA)" <>
Subject [jira] [Commented] (CB-12292) Icons copied in wrong res path - android
Date Fri, 23 Dec 2016 11:26:58 GMT


Filippo Possenti commented on CB-12292:

So I guess the issue is that, for some reason, it's installing cordova-android 6.0.0 rather
than 6.1.0?

I'll have a better look into it, as I removed the platform and added it again more than once
and I never specified the version... meaning it's autonomously choosing to use 6.0.0 instead
of the latest.

> Icons copied in wrong res path - android
> ----------------------------------------
>                 Key: CB-12292
>                 URL:
>             Project: Apache Cordova
>          Issue Type: Bug
>          Components: Android
>    Affects Versions: 6.4.0
>         Environment: OSX El Capitan, Android
>            Reporter: Filippo Possenti
>            Assignee: jcesarmobile
>              Labels: android, android6.0, build, config.xml, icon, icons, mipmap
> When building a cordova project, the ./res/ directory gets populated with several mipmap*
directories, containing each one icon.png file based on the file specified in config.xml.
> Problem is, the ./res/ directory being populated appears to be the wrong one as the ./platforms/android/res
directory doesn't get the mipmap* directories with my icons.
> As a result, the app will be built with the default cordova icons instead of my own ones.
> The issue was tested with the build process launched with the following command:
> cordova build --device --debug --buildConfig=build.json
> The build.json file doesn't have any setting related to android, only ios.
> npm version: 3.10.10
> gradle version: 2.7 (groovy 2.3.10, ant 1.9.3)
> Installed platforms:
> android 6.0.0
> ios 4.2.1 (not tested, probably not affected)
> The build is launched from OS X El Capitan.

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