WebView supports multipart/related?

by Nickname » Fri, 18 Jul 2008 17:00:33 GMT


Sponsored Links
 Does WebView support multipart/related content type?

If it does, does it support binary encoded entity?

Answers will be very appreciated!!!!!!!

--~--~---------~--~----~------------~-------~--~----~



Other Threads

1. ANDROID_PROPERTY_WORKSPACE

I tried to add the new property file (same as build.prop format) such
as music.prop to the /sys directory. I studied the code in the
System_property.c as following function, my questions are as following

1. What is __system_property_area__? I saw this is init by
ANDROID_PROPERTY_WORKSPACE.
2. Can I add new prop file? if yes, which directory?


const prop_info *__system_property_find(const char *name)
{
    prop_area *pa = __system_property_area__;
    unsigned count = pa->count;
    unsigned *toc = pa->toc;
    unsigned len = strlen(name);
    prop_info *pi;

    while(count--) {
        unsigned entry = *toc++;
        if(TOC_NAME_LEN(entry) != len) continue;

        pi = TOC_TO_INFO(pa, entry);
        if(memcmp(name, pi->name, len)) continue;

        return pi;
    }

    return 0;
}

--~--~---------~--~----~------------~-------~--~----~

2. Need for backup functionality

So I've come to a need to backup data in my application, so a user can
safely restore the important data. I had an idea about how to go about
this, but relatively it's a lot of work just to test if it would work,
so it'd be nice to get a thumbs up or thumbs down to my plan from
someone who has tried it, or an alternate way to do it.

I was thinking that I could compose an email that the user could send
to himself with a link in it like: content://<mycontentprovider>/databackup/<the
data, possibly in a delimited format (comma-separated)>

And when the user would click the link it would pull up my content
provider that would take all the data from the link and restore it
into my database.

Alternate idea: save the database file to another machine or email,
but I wouldn't know how to go about doing this. Can I make my
application attach the database to an email that could be imported? Is
it easy to make the user hook up a USB cord to a computer for them to
manually backup and reload the database file?
--~--~---------~--~----~------------~-------~--~----~

3. LocationProvider accuracy

4. Need some help with Premature end of file.

5. Porting android to EVM

6. Which one scales with the screen... Dip, sp, px.....?

7. Are ArrayList / Hashtable's bad for gc on Android?