I was trying to investigate the project build error in the console output as follow:
:myapp:processDebugResources FAILED FAILURE: Build failed with an exception. * What went wrong: Execution failed for task ':app:processDebugResources'. ... ... * Try: Run with --stacktrace option to get the stack trace. Run with --info or --debug option to get more log output.
I suspect it has something to do with resource not found error. My question is, at IDE level how can I add
--debug option so that it can produce more information for me to debug?
You can use GUI to add these gradle command line flags from
File > Settings > Compiler (Gradle-based Android Project)
For MacOS user, it’s here
Android Studio > Preferences > Build, Execution, Deployment > Compiler
like this (add
(Note that the screenshot is from before 0.8.10, the option is no longer in the
Compiler > Gradle section, it’s now in a separate section named
Compiler (Gradle-based Android Project))
Mac version of
Android Studio Beta 1.2, it’s under
Android Studio->preferences->Build, Execution, Deployment->Compiler
In Android Studios 2.1.1, the command-line Options is under “Build, Execution, Deployment”>”Compiler”
To add a stacktrace click on the Gradle on the right side of Android project screen;
- Click on the settings icon;
this will open the settings page,
- Then click on compiler
Then add the command
Run the application again to get the gradle report.
To Increase Maximum heap: Click to open your Android Studio, look at below pictures. Step by step. ANDROID STUDIO v2.1.2
Click to navigate to Settings from the Configure or GO TO FILE SETTINGS at the top of Android Studio.
check also the android compilers from the link to confirm if it also change if not increase to the same size you modify from the compiler link.
Note: You can increase the size base on your memory capacity and remember this setting is base on Android Studio v2.1.2