How to Submit patches?

by vikram » Thu, 08 Jul 2010 02:34:12 GMT

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 Hi i want to send few patches for issues reported,
what is the procedure to send patches for any issues ?
For example i want to provide fix for issue: 9584



How to Submit patches?

by Mark Murphy » Thu, 08 Jul 2010 02:59:34 GMT

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following code by Using Intent but it shows Error "Noapplication can
perform this action". plz tel me any Extra setting are required or wt
is the problem
My Code is

protected void sendEmail() {
                // Setup the recipient in a String array
                String[] mailto = { emailTo.getText().toString() };
                //String[] ccto = { "" };
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                sendIntent.putExtra(Intent.EXTRA_SUBJECT, emailSubject.getText()
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last week.

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entertaining and home networking, as well as the ho-hum task of making
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