What is the standard Git submodule folder structure for Android app?

I’m developing an Android app that would use a dozens of open source libraries which I plan on importing as submodules. Where should I put these submodules?

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  • /myapp
      /res
      /src
      /libs
      /assets
      ...
      ...
    /libs
    

    All submodules go under libs. I’m not sure if there is a “best” way to structure your submodules folders but I’d like to know what is the standard out there.

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    I’m not sure if there is a “best” way to structure your submodules folders but I’d like to know what is the standard out there.

    No standard that I know of. That other question put all the projects at the same level.

    The only standard is more for the files to ignore in an Android project.

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