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<uses-library>

syntax:
<uses-library android:
name="string" />
contained in:
<application>
description:
Specifies a shared library that the application must be linked against. This element tells the system to include the library's code in the class loader for the package.

All of the android packages (such as android.app, android.content, android.view, and android.widget) are in the default library that all applications are automatically linked against. However, some packages (such as maps and awt are in separate libraries that are not automatically linked. Consult the documentation for the packages you're using to determine which library contains the package code.

attributes:
android:name
The name of the library.
introduced in:
API Level 1
Android Development
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