Old changelogs?

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


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 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? ;-)

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