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Is this community still active or abandoned? I see no activity... anyway, hopefully this will be seen.

This is regarding Android Issue Tracker Issue #37324144: "Gradle plugin 2.4.0-alpha 4 doesn't recognize if annotation processor in provided is also added to annotationProcessor configuration". I'm using gradle:2.4.0-alpha6 and can still reproduce this.

I have, in my dependencies, the following:
annotationProcessor "org.immutables:value:2.4.4"
provided "org.immutables:value:2.4.4"
provided "org.immutables:gson:2.4.4"
provided "org.immutables:builder:2.4.4"

The project syncs (with Gradle) without issue, but when I try to build/run it, I get the following error:
Error:Execution failed for task ':app:javaPreCompileStageDebugUnitTest'.
> Annotation processors must be explicitly declared now. The following dependencies on the compile classpath are found to contain annotation processor. Please add them to the annotationProcessor configuration.
- value-2.4.4.jar
Alternatively, set android.defaultConfig.javaCompileOptions.annotationProcessorOptions.includeCompileClasspath = true to continue with previous behavior. Note that this option is deprecated and will be removed in the future.
See for more details.

Now according to the page mentioned in the error message, what I have above is correct (declared the dependency as annotationProcessor and repeated is as compile). However this still causes the failure. I've tried with both compile and provided both yielding the same results. For this specific library, because the annotations are compile time only, provided is the correct configuration.

Based on the described proper usage (attached link) I believe this is a valid bug and both compile and provided configurations should be accepted as long as the dependency is also properly marked as annotaionProcessor.

The original issue seems to be missing some details, which I think is why it's marked as "Won't fix (intended behavior)"

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Is there anyway to specify product and build specific source files in Android studio? I'm able to override files for different products ( but not at the level of build types.

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I use AndroidX86 on VirtualBox to run and debug my apps because of better speed than google sdk emulator and I wrote a guide on howto do this . Anyone knows how could I convert Google Android SDK Qemu System Images to VDI bootable virtualbox disk ? AndroidX86 is not currently updated to last Android release.
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