Apktool si aggiorna con il supporto completo ad Android 4.2 Jelly Bean

29 dicembre 201211 commenti
iBotPeaches di XDA ha da poco rilasciato un nuovo aggiornamento per Apktool, celebre utility multipiattaforma che permette di decodificare, scompattare, modificare e poi ricompilare file apk, portandolo alla versione 1.5.1 e introducendo il completo supporto ad Android 4.2 Jelly Bean.  


Vediamo il changelog ufficiale:

  • Android 4.2 support
  • Added -a / -aapt command on rebuild to specify location of aapt
  • Updated unit tests for 4.2 support
  • Closed file-handler when writing frameworks to file system.
  • Updated to Gradle 1.3
  • Properly deleted tmp files after building apk (issue #365)
  • Added support for renamed packages via –renamed-manifest-package (issue #252)
  • Option to specify framework folder (issue #175)
  • Prevents removal of configChanges in AndroidManifest (issue #304)
  • Updated snakeyaml to 1.11 to fix “unacceptable character” errors. (issue #360)
  • Updated smali/baksmali to v1.4.1
  • Fixed reference-array problem (pull request #53)
  • Fixed bad spacing issue on Mac OS X (pull request #49)
  • Removed maven in favor of gradle
  • Removed Maven REPOs that were used if local projects didn’t exist.
  • Merged brut.j.dir,brut.j.common,brut.j.util & brut.apktool.smali (Fork of JesusFreke’s smali) into one repo.
  • Fix –verbose mode to actually work
  • Added SDK API 17 framework

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