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Inclusion of android platform code in apk for older platforms?

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I am back-porting camera2 legacy implementation to older platforms and want to ship android.util.Size inside the apk. I assume newer systems will simplify ignore these but am not sure such behavior is part of the public API.

posted Mar 2, 2016 by anonymous

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