Need way to to auto-switch layout designs

by dawnj2sb » Wed, 12 Aug 2009 01:35:20 GMT

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 I don't know a lot about *.properties files, but i think that is what
I'm looking for.

I'm creating a project that will first be released under one company
name, and then later under another company name. I have been asked to
design the project in a way that all i have to do is switch out a
value and the images/styling will update accordingly.

So let's say I have a file (not sure what type of file) that contains:


Then I could set up my *.java and layout *.xml files something like

JAVA: setContentView(R.layout.login_${product})
Layout: <ImageView android:src="@drawable/logo_${product}" />,
<TextView style="@style/FormText${product}" />
Styles: <style name="Theme.AppBackground" parent="android:Theme"><item

Then all i do is change the value of 'product' in one file and
everything updates for the next build.

Does anyone know how to do this? Are there separate methods for doing
it in JAVA files vs XML files?


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