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Matt's Tidbits #63 - Some good news about AGP 3.6.2

mpeng3 profile image Matthew Groves Originally published at Medium ・1 min read

Last week, I wrote about when statements in Kotlin. This time, I have a very quick tidbit about Android Gradle Plugin 3.6.2.

If you've been following my blog, you may have seen a number of stories recently about the (painful) upgrade process I experienced when updating to version 3.6.1 of the Android Gradle Plugin (Tidbits #61, #59, and #58).

So, when I saw that Android Studio (and AGP) 3.6.2 were released this week, I naturally approached this latest release with some trepidation.

The wonderful news is, I am happy to report that the AGP 3.6.1 -> 3.6.2 migration was completely painless and trivial! No compilation errors. No lint errors. Everything just works.

I wanted to share my experience so others knew it was safe to upgrade - this one was easy! :-) If you do run into any issues with that particular upgrade, please let me know in the comments - I would be interested to hear what problems you encounter! And, please follow me on Medium if you're interested in being notified of future tidbits.

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This tidbit was originally delivered on April 3, 2020.

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Software engineer with 10+ years of professional experience in C++, C#, Java, and Kotlin.

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