Guidance Required: Kotlin bindings for a C++ library

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    I'm the creator of SimpleBLE, a cross-platform library to use Bluetooth on desktop environments (and hopefully mobile soon), and I'm currently looking into adding Kotlin bindings. I how how to write JNI wrappers as I've done so in the past, but I'm having trouble understanding what's the best way to set up a Gradle project for it to be consumed by 3rd party users, considering that the C++ backend can be compiled with multiple "flavors" based on the target OS.

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