Replicant software development kit (SDK)
DEPRECATED: From Replicant 6.0 onward there was no longer the need to provide a Replicant SDK because some fully-free GNU/Linux distributions already provide packages for the Android SDK.
"Android is not a self-hosting system; development for Android needs to be done on some other system. The tools in Google's “software development kit” (SDK) appear to be free, but it is hard work to check this. The definition files for certain Google APIs are nonfree. Installing the SDK requires signing a proprietary software license, which you should refuse to sign. Replicant's SDK is a free replacement." - https://www.gnu.org/philosophy/android-and-users-freedom.en.html
3 November 2022
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