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Build an Android app with Xamarin
AndroidSDK, MSBuild, Xamarin.Android
If you want to build a single Xamarin.Android project, click the ... button and select the project.
If you want to build multiple projects, specify search criteria. You can use a single-folder wildcard (
Note: The projects must have a PackageForAndroid target.
|Target||(Optional) Specify the project targets you want to build. Use a semicolon to separate multiple targets.|
Use a variable to specify the folder where you want the output files to go. For example:
Specify the configuration you want to build such as
Tip: Declare a build variable such as
|MSBuild Location||(Optional) Path to MSBuild (on Windows) or xbuild (on macOS). Default behavior is to search for the latest version.|
|Additional Arguments||You can pass additional arguments to MSBuild (on Windows) or xbuild (on macOS). For syntax, see MSBuild Command-Line Reference.|
|Select JDK to use for the build||
Pick the JDK to be used during the build by selecting a JDK version that will be discovered during builds or by manually entering a JDK path.
|JDK Architecture||Select x86 or x64.|
Do I need an agent?
You need at least one agent to run your build or release. Get an agent.
I can't select a default agent queue and I can't queue my build or release. How do I fix this?