Hunter is a framework to develop android gradle plugin based on ASM and Gradle Transform API. It provides a set of useful, scalable plugins for android developers. You can use Hunter to develop more plugins to monitor your app, enhance 3rd-dependency, enhance android framework. Plugins based on Hunter support incremental and concurrent compile, so you don't need to afraid of extra build time.
Some useful plugins based on Hunter
- OkHttp-Plugin: Hack Okhttp to set a global Interceptor/Eventlistener/Dns for all your OkhttpClients, even clients in 3rd-party library.
- Timing-Plugin: you can time all your ui-thread methods, and dump the block traces with costed-time of every step, you also can consume the block detail in your way.
- Debug-Plugin: you can simply add a annotation to a certain method, and the method will print all parameters and costed time, return value. It has many advantages over JakeWharton's hugo
- LogLine-Plugin: you can add a line number into every lines of your logcat
More developing plugins can be found in TODO, MeanWhile, your idea is welcome
If you want to use hunter to develop a gradle plugin to modify bytecode, please readWiki
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