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Fixed in 2017.4.X



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[Android][2017.4] Editor doesn't update NDK's directory until the project is re-opened



Repro steps:
1. Create a new project and switch build target to Android and Scripting Backend to IL2CPP
2. In Preferences -> External Tools -> NDK write anything or choose whichever directory
3. Start a build

If there was already a valid NDK selected before opening the project the build will succeed because the Editor doesn't update the NDK variable

4. Close and re-open the project
5. Try to build

Actual: Build fails because NDK's location is re-read only when the Editor is reopened

Reproducible with: 2017.4.30f1
Not reproducible with: 2018.1.0a1, 2018.4.5f1, 2019.1.12f1, 2019.2.0b10, 2019.3.0a10

Comments (1)

  1. Horst6667

    Sep 10, 2019 14:31

    The issue is still present in 2018.4.8f1 and currently makes it impossible for me to use BuildPipeline.BuildPlayer at all.
    The NDK path is lost randomly every few builds.
    The issue could be connected to the changes in UnityEditor.Android.Extensions.dll which were introduced in 2017.4.16f1 as this user pointed out:

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