cyclic "android.process.acore" failure (1.0r2 and 1.1r1)

by sreten » Fri, 06 Mar 2009 19:01:05 GMT


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 Hi,

Thank you for the reply. Unfortunately stack crawling and bug
reporting I will have to look into, both being new to me.

/Sreten.





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cyclic "android.process.acore" failure (1.0r2 and 1.1r1)

by sreten » Fri, 06 Mar 2009 21:12:37 GMT


 Hi,

Apologies, it does seem this belongs in the beginners section. I had
done something "funky" to my application name string.

The fault can be illustrated in the basic helloworld default by
setting in strings.xml :
<string name="app_name"><i>Hello</i></string>

It does not stop the application running from eclipse, and the
application name does appear in italics. It does cyclically lock up
the emulator, you cannot do anything after exiting the application.

/Sreten.






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