Donut Development Environment

by Al Sutton » Sat, 05 Sep 2009 23:05:42 GMT


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 If you want to play with the Donut SDK & ADT eclipse plug-in, I've just built 
them both from the open source repository and you can get them at;

 http://andappstore.com/AndroidApplications/sdk/ 

The latest code from the repo includes the WVGA and QVGA skins and the 
supports-screens manifest tag (and who knows what else) so it might be worth 
giving your apps a spin to see how the look on bigger and smaller screens.

Remember: These are built from the open repository, so don't expect any support 
from the Google guys as their repo may have a different set of sprinkles.

Al.

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Donut Development Environment

by Satya Komatineni » Sat, 05 Sep 2009 23:33:36 GMT


 Al,
Thank you. this is great help
Satya




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Donut Development Environment

by skink » Sun, 06 Sep 2009 00:20:04 GMT


 


Al,

i was trying one of your previous donut linux builds but it turned out
that your emulator was linked with the newer libc than mine (i got
runtime error that my libc is too old). my question is: can i still
use cupcake's emulator instead of yours?

thanks
pskink
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Donut Development Environment

by Al Sutton » Sun, 06 Sep 2009 01:42:12 GMT


 To be honest I don't know.

I know that if you're using Eclipse you'll need the donut ADT, but I
don't know if you can run the 1.6 image in the cupcake emulator.

What Linux distro are you using?, I'm building on Ubuntu 9.04, but I
have virtualbox on my main machine so I could roll another build if
the U 9.04 libc linking issue is causing a number of people problems.

Al.





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by skink » Sun, 06 Sep 2009 02:58:28 GMT


 





hi Al,

i'm rather conservative when it comes on updates: mine is U7.04 Feisty
Fawn with libc 2.5

btw looking into requirements page, google supports U Dapper Drake -
at least this is their testing box

thanks
pskink
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by skink » Sun, 06 Sep 2009 03:03:00 GMT


 On Sep 5, 8:57pm, skink

they are even more conservative than me - Dapper Drake is U6.0.6 ;)

pskink
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Donut Development Environment

by Al Sutton » Mon, 07 Sep 2009 05:10:18 GMT


 I've updated the linux SDK with one built with U6.0.6.

Al.



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by skink » Mon, 07 Sep 2009 12:28:42 GMT


 


Al,

thank you so much!

pskink
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