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fplutil Version 1.1.0


fplutil is a set of small libraries and tools that can be useful when developing applications for Android and other platforms.

  • build_all_android is an all-in-one build script that allows you to build, install and run native (C/C++) Android apps from the command line. This is ideal for build automation, but can also be in a developer’s compile/run loop.
  • buildutil performs the configuration, build and archive steps of Android and Linux C/C++ applications using a suite of Python modules. This suite of modules can automate builds in a continuous integration environment.
  • android_ndk_perf is a desktop tool that enables native (C/C++) developers to measure the CPU utilization of their applications on Android, guiding their optimization efforts.
  • libfplutil enables C/C++ developers to write traditional applications (like Hello World) using "main()" and "printf()" on Android.

Goto fplutil's landing page for documentation.

Important: fplutil uses submodules to reference other components it depends upon so to download the source use:

git clone --recursive https://github.com/google/fplutil.git

To contribute to this project see CONTRIBUTING.

For applications on Google Play that integrate these libraries, usage is tracked. This tracking is done automatically using the embedded version string (kFplUtilVersionString). Aside from consuming a few extra bytes in your application binary, it shouldn't affect your application at all. We use this information to let us know if fplutil libraries are useful and if we should continue to invest in them. Since this is open source, you are free to remove the version string but we would appreciate if you would leave it in.