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SDK location not found error while Running writeProjectInfo script

Deleted user Jan 21, 2019


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 file or with an ANDROID_HOME environment variable." error. I write "sdk.dir = C=\\Users\\myName\\AppData\\Local\\Android\\Sdk" in my file in my project bu it does not worked. What is the reason if this error? How can I fix?


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While writing a programme or setting up a project, there may be a lot of errors in the code. For example, the path to the project's file is not set.
The file is missing from the project folder, and your sdk path is not configured in an environment variable.
This error message can also be caused by several lines in the file.   Refer to

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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:
    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 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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