Which version of source codes is CupCake? When will it release?

by Disconnect » Tue, 03 Mar 2009 23:56:33 GMT

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 Cupcake is like 'head' or 'master' or 'trunk'. It is a name for an internal
tree. It is not a product, it does not 'release'.

You can get it right now (in a working form) from source.android.com or
(precompiled for g1) at  http://andblogs.net/images/snapshots 


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