Old changelogs?

by Faber Fedor » Mon, 09 Mar 2009 08:29:47 GMT


Sponsored Links
 I have a piece of code that I *think* is SDK release m5 and I want to port
it to 1.x.  So I need to know what changes were made between them, like
functions names, etc.  Where is that document?

The link I found (code.google.com/*android*/migrating/m5-0.9/*changes*
-overview.html ) takes me to the 1.1 site and the "Previous SDK Releases"
take me to the download page for SDK 1.1.

I swear I saw the document this weekend but I can't find it now. Why am I
reminded of Russian photographs from the Cold war era? ;-)

-- 

Faber Fedor
Linux New Jersey
 http://linuxnj.com 
faberfedor.blogspot.com

--~--~---------~--~----~------------~-------~--~----~



Other Threads

1. environment set-up confusing, instructions unclear

Well maybe it's juist me, but my Android development problems often
stem from build path errors.

On this subject, he Android online instructions are vague and
sometimes unclear. The error messages are weak for this kind of error
and there is little in the area of mend utilities.

To the novice, these arcane issues seem almost unsolvable. I'm sure
these sort of problems have caused some developers to abandon the
platform entirely and work on iPhone apps instead.

Getting the maps-api key is also confusing for some beginners.

Android is a big project that could benefit from better online info
and support. If they are really serious about Android, Google should
do more for the developers.

As things stand now, Android developers have to rely that Google won't
abandon the project,and that the slow to be released phones will soon
gain viable market share.

Honestly in Canada, I've never seen an Android phone. They are
available only on an unattractive three year package and nobody is
choosing them over similarly priced Pre or iPhones.

You gotta have faith to be an Android developer.
--~--~---------~--~----~------------~-------~--~----~

2. R.java not compiling properly? need help :(

Im having an issue with Eclipse where it will suddenly not be able to
read my R.java file and all of my resource references get errors.  Ive
tried doing a fresh install of Eclipse and that did not help.
Rebuilding apps does not help.  Fixing project properties does not
help.  Here's an example of one of my errors within my R.java {Illegal
modifier for the class id; only public, abstract & final are
permitted}...there arent any modifiers other than what is permitted b/
c its automatically generated and i cant edit it.  What in the world
have I done?  And is there a way to fix it?
--~--~---------~--~----~------------~-------~--~----~

3. How to download a read only sqlite database at runtime

4. Calling finish() in response to a Broadcast

5. problems with aidl

6. LinearLayout not filling all screen

7. Is there any method to get one view by name