Android Studio 3.2 Canary 11. was released.
Navigate External Header Files
When using the Project window in previous versions of Android Studio, you could navigate to and inspect only the header files that belong to libraries you build locally. With this release, you can now also view and inspect header files included with external C/C++ library dependencies that you import into your app.
If you already include C/C++ code and libraries in your project, open the Project window on the left side of the IDE (click View > Tool Windows > Project) and make sure you select Android from the drop-down menu. In your project’s cpp/ directory, all headers that are within the scope of your app are organized under the include node for each of your local C/C++ library projects, as shown below.
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