|author||Colin Cross <email@example.com>||Mon Jul 08 14:09:32 2019 -0700|
|committer||Baligh Uddin <firstname.lastname@example.org>||Tue Jul 09 15:36:28 2019 -0700|
temporarily disable vendor file check for mainline We want to use prebuilts for apex modules for qt-dev, but it is running afoul of the vendor file check. Disable the check for now until we figure out a better solution. Using Merged-In instead of DNM Bug: 137033385 Test: Forrest run build_test Change-Id: I9db5cb227780ede6aaff0070cd2fd59e95e635e6 Merged-In: 874b7a7766a569613dcd3ae526eaa6e1d4b78866 Merged-In: I99431a9a342e9b0617510e250597f3024ef39322
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