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Is there an easy way to figure out if a Java library is compatible with Android?

Manuel Petermann
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I am currently writing a library and I want to make it as indepented as possible. The only external library at runtime i am using is Google Guava.
Is there any way to determine if this library and android play nice?


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Ulf Dittmer
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My approach is to type "is X compatible with android" into a search engine and take it from there. In this case the very first result seems to settle the question.


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Manuel Petermann
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Hmm i was seriously thinking I checked that yesterday evening and there was no definitive answer there... Must have been too tired.
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