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SDK location not found error while Running writeProjectInfo script

Deleted user Jan 21, 2019

Hi,

I want to run "set ANDROID_HOME = $(bamboo.ANDROID_HOME) gradlew writeProjectInfo" script in a task bu I got "SDK location not found. Define location with sdk.dir in the local.properties file or with an ANDROID_HOME environment variable." error. I write "sdk.dir = C=\\Users\\myName\\AppData\\Local\\Android\\Sdk" in my local.properties file in my project bu it does not worked. What is the reason if this error? How can I fix?

Thanks.

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Hi @[deleted],

  • Can you share in what task you are running setting the below command?
    set ANDROID_HOME = $(bamboo.ANDROID_HOME) gradlew writeProjectInfo
    I'm asking that because there is a mix between Windows and Linux way of treating variables. Windows variables should be evaluated like:
    %BAMBOO_<MY_VAR>% 
    so on a windows agents it would be:
    set ANDROID_HOME = %BAMBOO_ANDROID_HOME% gradlew writeProjectInfo
  •  Can you please adjust the sdk.dir line from local.properties file so it looks like the one below?
    sdk.dir = C:/Users/myName/AppData/Local/Android/Sdk
    Java applications usually interpret forward slashes as path separators too and this will save you from using extra characters. It was also strange to me that you had a an equal sign "=" instead of a colon ":", maybe just a typo.

Please notice that I'm not an expert on gradle, but I'm trying to give you some tips so you can move on.

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