using SQLiteOpenHelper outside emulator

by robin bakkerus » Tue, 25 Aug 2009 01:05:38 GMT


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 Is it possible to use/test the SQLiteOpenHelper outside the emulator
(to speed up development).
The problem is that constructor of the SQLiteOpenHelper needs an
Android.context.Context.
Hence is is possible to mimic the context.

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