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64587af8179affd38ee26543b748f2d63b7f67bb 19-Feb-2016 Adam Lesinski <adamlesinski@google.com> AAPT2: Support building, linking, and merging static libraries

Android static libraries are like APKs but they contain much more debugging
and source information. We need to treat them differently in 3 ways:

1) When building a static library, we skip things like ID assignment and
product/config stripping. Source information is emitted as well.
2) When building a static library and linking against another
static library, we don't want to merge, we want to simply reference.
3) When building an app that uses static libraries, we want to merge
the static library under the same package with or without mangling.

Change-Id: I425e032857936a3e83173c1edc2a6cdc6020b842
355f285ffd000f6cfe76680eb22d010546d124bb 14-Feb-2016 Adam Lesinski <adamlesinski@google.com> AAPT2: Implement density stripping and initial Split support

When a preferred density is supplied, the closest matching densities
will be selected, the rest stripped from the APK.

Split support will be enabled in a later CL. Command line support is still
needed, but the foundation is ready.

Change-Id: I56d599806b4ec4ffa24e17aad48d47130ca05c08
59e04c6f92da584b322c87072f18e6cab4de4c60 05-Feb-2016 Adam Lesinski <adamlesinski@google.com> AAPT2: Switch to protobuf for intermediate format

Without needing to conform to the runtime data format,
it is much easier to add new features such as debugging symbols
and carrying over product data to link time.

This also simplifies the runtime format parser and serializer,
which will change much less frequently than the protobuf intermediate

Change-Id: I209787bbf087db0a58a534cb8511c51d21133e00