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/**
* The buildscript {} block is where you configure the repositories and
* dependencies for Gradle itself--meaning, you should not include dependencies
* for your modules here. For example, this block includes the Android plugin for
* Gradle as a dependency because it provides the additional instructions Gradle
* needs to build Android app modules.
*/
buildscript {
/**
* The repositories {} block configures the repositories Gradle uses to
* search or download the dependencies. Gradle pre-configures support for remote
* repositories such as JCenter, Maven Central, and Ivy. You can also use local
* repositories or define your own remote repositories. The code below defines
* JCenter as the repository Gradle should use to look for its dependencies.
*/
repositories {
jcenter()
}
/**
* The dependencies {} block configures the dependencies Gradle needs to use
* to build your project. The following line adds Android Plugin for Gradle
* version 2.0.0 as a classpath dependency.
*/
dependencies {
classpath 'com.android.tools.build:gradle:2.3.0'
}
}
/**
* The allprojects {} block is where you configure the repositories and
* dependencies used by all modules in your project, such as third-party plugins
* or libraries. Dependencies that are not required by all the modules in the
* project should be configured in module-level build.gradle files. For new
* projects, Android Studio configures JCenter as the default repository, but it
* does not configure any dependencies.
*/
allprojects {
repositories {
jcenter()
maven {
url "https://s3.amazonaws.com/repo.commonsware.com"
}
maven {
url "https://maven.google.com"
}
}
}