"Delete browserplugin sample. do not merge"

by Topclass8205 » Tue, 15 Mar 2011 17:31:05 GMT


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 I found above log at android git.
actually, I need to make android chrome plugin using NPAPI.

Why that sample was deleted? Isn't it possible to use same way in that
sample?
then, How can I make android chrome plugin?

Please help me guys. have a good day.

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