Warning on Ignoring InnerClasses attribute with dex

by alan » Thu, 18 Dec 2008 22:12:16 GMT

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 kxml is built into android so you shouldnt need to include that jar
(you need to use the xmlpull.org interface rather than calling kxml

On Dec 18, 8:20am, Raja Nagendra Kumar <nagendra.r...@gmail.com>


Warning on Ignoring InnerClasses attribute with dex

by Raja Nagendra Kumar » Sat, 20 Dec 2008 00:17:15 GMT


Thank you for letting me know this. I know kxml was present in M5,
however in 1.0 r2, we get compile error. I am unable to find reference
to package org.kxml2.kdom.in 1.0 docs.

Could you pl. explain (you need to use the xmlpull.org interface
rather than calling kxml directly)



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