Using external packages

by Faber Fedor » Sat, 14 Mar 2009 04:40:16 GMT


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 Before I start banging my head against a wall, is there any reason I won't
be able to use an external package like
iCal4j< http://wiki.modularity.net.au/ical4j/index.php?title=Main_Page> ;in
my Android app?  I want to d/l an iCalendar file, parse it, and store
it
in my Android app.

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Using external packages

by Mark Murphy » Sat, 14 Mar 2009 04:49:36 GMT


 


 http://wiki.modularity.net.au/ical4j/index.php?title=FAQ 

According to them, it works, if you include the dependencies.

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