Use a Nexus or Artifactory instance at your company for hosting/proxying dependencies? I wrote a script which synchronizes all of the artifacts from your local Android SDK to a remote repo of your choice.
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- That's not actually true. Google used to ships its AppEngine libraries there which were (at the time) closed source SDKs. And all of the support libraries are open source anyway.17w
- Hmm well jCenter needs maven sources included with the artifacts.
"Before you can include your package in JCenter, the following requirements must be met:
The package must be in a Maven repository and must contain Maven sources."
Bintray, though, has an OSS plan which is free, and paid plans which include private repositories.17w
- Oh okay, knew I wasn't crazy running my own artifactory server. Our library isn't free :P17w
- Dear Sir,
I have been trying to use your DiskLruCache Library but unable. I have searched online forums but no working guide was found. I need your help sir.7w