Dev Tools Documentation?

by polyclefsoftware » Tue, 10 Nov 2009 06:57:16 GMT


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 Is there any documentation on the Dev Tools app that is incorporated
into the AVDs?

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Dev Tools Documentation?

by Lance Nanek » Tue, 10 Nov 2009 07:48:01 GMT


 Some of the options in it are described here:
 http://developer.android.com/intl/fr/guide/developing/debug-tasks.html #additionaldebugging




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Dev Tools Documentation?

by polyclefsoftware » Tue, 10 Nov 2009 09:59:32 GMT


 Thanks for the pointer, Lance.

However, I was more curious about some of the other items in the app,
in particular Google Login Service and what looks to be new in 2.0,
AccountsTester. These tools don't do a whole lot of good if we don't
know how to use them and there's no documentation. It sounds like the
AccountsTester might be useful in testing the new AccountManager API,
so it would be nice to know how it's supposed to be used. Why couldn't
they just include a help file in the menu options?

Anyway, if anyone comes across anything, or figures out how to use the
AccountsTester on their own, please share any info.





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Dev Tools Documentation?

by jotobjects » Wed, 11 Nov 2009 04:02:01 GMT


 


Hey who need documentation?  It's more productive for several hundred
thousand developers to read the source and reverse engineer how things
are supposed to work (wink, wink, irony).

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