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Comment:Change the example name to "sqlite-android-3130000" (no 3).
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User & Date: dan 2016-05-20 19:15:03
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2016-08-08
14:41
Fix typos in www/install.wiki. check-in: 4158b72c14 user: dan tags: trunk
2016-05-20
19:15
Change the example name to "sqlite-android-3130000" (no 3). check-in: b9019bf04f user: dan tags: trunk
19:11
Update the name of the example aar file refered to by install.wiki to "sqlite3-android-3130000". check-in: bca60d2946 user: dan tags: trunk
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    <li> <b>Add a dependency on the new module to the main application</b>
    module (or to all modules that will use the SQLite Android bindings).  In
    Android Studio 2.1 the dependency may be created using the project
    structure dialog (select <code>"File" -> "Project Structure..."</code>) or
    by adding code similar to the following to the application modules
    <code>build.gradle</code> file: <verbatim>
    dependencies {
        // Change "sqlite3-android-3130000" to the name of the new module!
        compile project(':sqlite3-android-3130000')
    }</verbatim>
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<p>
  At time of writing, aar files may only be used directly in Android Studio
  projects, not projects created using other IDEs (e.g. Eclipse, IntelliJ
  IDEA). However, an aar is just a zip archive containing a
  <code>classes.jar</code> file that in turn contains the SQLite Android







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    <li> <b>Add a dependency on the new module to the main application</b>
    module (or to all modules that will use the SQLite Android bindings).  In
    Android Studio 2.1 the dependency may be created using the project
    structure dialog (select <code>"File" -> "Project Structure..."</code>) or
    by adding code similar to the following to the application modules
    <code>build.gradle</code> file: <verbatim>
    dependencies {
        // Change "sqlite-android-3130000" to the name of the new module!
        compile project(':sqlite-android-3130000')
    }</verbatim>
</ol>
<p>
  At time of writing, aar files may only be used directly in Android Studio
  projects, not projects created using other IDEs (e.g. Eclipse, IntelliJ
  IDEA). However, an aar is just a zip archive containing a
  <code>classes.jar</code> file that in turn contains the SQLite Android