Few cents about my commits

okhttp3 v3.11.0: playing nice with RoboVM


As stated in #325 it doesn’t work. The reason for this is that okhttp3 detects RoboVM as Android (as there are corresponding providers classes present). And crashes while tries to access Android’s Build class, which is not found:

java.lang.NoClassDefFoundError: android/os/Build$VERSION
	at okhttp3.internal.platform.AndroidPlatform.getSSLContext(AndroidPlatform.java:434)
	at okhttp3.OkHttpClient.newSslSocketFactory(OkHttpClient.java:282)

Dirty and fast solution is just to add Build class to your class path:

package android.os;

public final class Build {
    public final static class VERSION {
        public final static int SDK_INT = 16; // android 4.1

Long term solution would be updating to OpenJDK10.