Re: [android-beginners] Reverting to Eclipse 3.5

2010-07-22 Thread Xavier Ducrohet
You don't need to uninstall the SDK.

ADT however is installed in the Eclipse folder, so you'll need to
reinstall it. You'll also need to reconfigure it by pointing it at
your SDK install folder.

On Thu, Jul 22, 2010 at 7:50 AM, Doug Gordon gordo...@gmail.com wrote:
 Just getting into Android devel, I downloaded and installed the latest
 Eclipse, which is 3.6 (Helios). Now I see that it's recommended to stay with
 3.5 due to some XML-editing bugs with the ADT or something like that.

 So if I want to revert to 3.5, in addition to first uninstalling Eclipse
 3.6, do I have to explicitly uninstall the ADT plug-in? And what about the
 Android SDK -- uninstall (or just delete) that also? I would guess it would
 be cleaner to install the whole tool chain from the top, but is that all
 necessary?

  Doug Gordon
  GHCS Systems

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Re: [android-beginners] Debug Keystore Password Wrong? HELP!!!

2010-07-20 Thread Xavier Ducrohet
The password has not changed, we still use android for the debug keystore.

Xav

On Tue, Jul 20, 2010 at 1:05 AM, Johnb johndreamsp...@hotmail.com wrote:
 If i can get any help it would be great.  I am trying to just run the
 debug mode with the keytool and i enter the Keystore password from
 Android which is android and it tells me that the password is
 wrong.  What Do i do about this problem so i can get the MD5
 fingerprint in order to get my API key for the google map for debug
 mode.  Any help would be greatly appreciated as i get to where it asks
 for the password and apparently android doesn't work anymore.

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Re: [android-beginners] ant scripts to build apk file and load it in a emulator?

2010-07-20 Thread Xavier Ducrohet
 Agent SDK Test.classpath /
                /javac
                javac debug=true debuglevel=${debuglevel} destdir=bin
 source=${source} target=${target}
                        src path=gen /
                        classpath refid=Unity Agent SDK Test.classpath /
                /javac
        /target
        target description=Build all projects which reference this project.
 Useful to propagate changes. name=build-refprojects /
        target description=copy Eclipse compiler jars to ant lib directory
 name=init-eclipse-compiler
                copy todir=${ant.library.dir}
                        fileset dir=${ECLIPSE_HOME}/plugins
 includes=org.eclipse.jdt.core_*.jar /
                /copy
                unzip dest=${ant.library.dir}
                        patternset includes=jdtCompilerAdapter.jar /
                        fileset dir=${ECLIPSE_HOME}/plugins
 includes=org.eclipse.jdt.core_*.jar /
                /unzip
        /target
        target description=compile project with Eclipse compiler
 name=build-eclipse-compiler
                property name=build.compiler
 value=org.eclipse.jdt.core.JDTCompilerAdapter /
                antcall target=build /
        /target
        target name=Unity Agent SDK Test 
                mkdir dir=${junit.output.dir} /
                echo message=making directory /
                junit fork=yes printsummary=yes
                        formatter type=xml /
                        test name=com.kc.AllTests 
 todir=${junit.output.dir} /

                        !--
                        test name=com.kc.AllTests 
 todir=${junit.output.dir} /

             test name=com.kc.unity.agent.util.ActivityOneTestcase
 todir=${junit.output.dir} /
                        test 
 name=com.kc.unity.agent.util.FaceBookRestManagerTestCase
 todir=${junit.output.dir} /
                        test 
 name=com.kc.unity.agent.util.OAuthManagerTestCase todir=$
 {junit.output.dir} /
 --

                        classpath refid=Unity Agent SDK Test.classpath /

                        bootclasspath
                                path refid=run.Unity Agent SDK Test 
 (1).bootclasspath /
                        /bootclasspath
                /junit
                echo message=junit finished /
        /target
        target name=junitreport
                junitreport todir=${junit.output.dir}
                        fileset dir=${junit.output.dir}
                                include name=TEST-*.xml /
                        /fileset
                        report format=frames todir=${junit.output.dir} /
                /junitreport
        /target

        !--
        Build it and set it up for android
        --
        echo message=Build it and set it up for android /
                echo message=${android-sdk-path} /
                target name=push_tests_to_device  depends=build
                        exec executable=${android-sdk-path}/tools/adb.exe
                                arg value=install/
                                arg value=${test_apk_path}/
                        /exec
                /target

                target name=run_tests  depends=push_tests_to_device
                        exec executable=${android-sdk-path}/tools/adb.exe
                                arg value=shell/
                                arg value=am/
                                arg value=instrument/
                                arg value=-w/
                                arg 
 value=com.kc.tests/android.test.InstrumentationTestRunner/
                        /exec
                /target

 /project
 [/code]

 i can clean and build the project fine but dont know how to create the
 apk file, sign it, run the instrumentalTest and produce junit reports
 in html.

 thanks in advance. this is the first time i have dived into this. i
 tried auto generating the build.xml using eclipse  project  export
ant build script and it doesnt add the apk building, running the
 instrumenatlTest and running the emulator stuff in it.

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Re: [android-beginners] Eclipse: Easy way to refactor/rename package?

2010-07-19 Thread Xavier Ducrohet
- Right click project
- Choose Android Tools  Rename application package

This will go and change everything that needs changing.

Now, for your specific case of having 2 versions of your app, I
recommend splitting your project in a common library and 2
applications projects.
See here for more details:
http://developer.android.com/guide/developing/eclipse-adt.html#libraryProject

On Mon, Jul 19, 2010 at 10:55 AM, Nick Richardson
richardson.n...@gmail.com wrote:
 Thanks for the replies,
 I did use the refactor option to rename the package and the project, but
 then there were a few updates that were needed in the manifest, and one
 other place i can't remember now.
 I was simply wondering if there was an automated way to make all these
 changes at once using the ADT plugin, or if i was going to have to do this
 manually every time i have an update to my app.
 //Nick
 On Sun, Jul 18, 2010 at 10:47 AM, Mark H. Nichols code.pr...@gmail.com
 wrote:

 On Jul 18, 2010, at 3:41 AM, Nick Richardson wrote:

  Hopefully simple question:
 
  I would like to create a second copy of my app and release it as a free
  version.  I have copied my project to a new one in eclipse, but now i would
  like to rename the project and package to upload to the market.
 
  Is there an easy way using ADT or otherwise that will do this for me?  I
  found a few posts online with reference to right clicking the project and
  selecting Rename from Android Tools, but i do not have that option.
 
  If there's not an automated way, what are the steps i need to be sure to
  take to insure that everything is renamed correctly before i upload?

 If you are using Eclipse, you can use the Refactor tool to do what you
 want. Right-click on the project to be renamed, select Refactor from the
 object menu, and then rename from there.

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Re: [android-beginners] Re: Eclipse: Easy way to refactor/rename package?

2010-07-19 Thread Xavier Ducrohet
it's not the same function.

The custom rename will update the manifest to make sure the
activities, services, etc... are properly defined based on the new
name. It's also going to update XML files that reference the package
name (such as namespaces for custom attributes for custom views),
etc...

I have, however, spoken too soon. The feature didn't make it in ADT
0.9.7, but it'll be in the next ADT update.

Xav

On Mon, Jul 19, 2010 at 2:06 PM, DanH danhi...@ieee.org wrote:
 Do you have Rename under File?  I'm pretty sure it's the same
 function.  Just highlight the project to rename that, the package to
 rename that.

 On Jul 19, 1:50 pm, Nick Richardson richardson.n...@gmail.com wrote:
 Xavier,

 I had read about that option while searching around... but i do not have
 that option under Android Tools.  I've checked for updates of the plugin
 through Eclipse and it appears that i am running the latest version (Android
 Development Tools 0.9.7.v201005071157-36220).  Is there a newer version than
 this?  If so, Eclipse doesn't want to grab it 
 fromhttps://dl-ssl.google.com/android/eclipse/.

 Is it possible that the rename option is not available on a Mac?  (I doubt
 it).  Is there a specific version of ADT that i need in order to have this
 option show up?

 The options i have available under Android Tools are:
 * New Test Project
 * New Resource File
 * Export Signed Application Package
 * Export Unsigned Application Package
 * Fix Project Properties



 On Mon, Jul 19, 2010 at 11:12 AM, Xavier Ducrohet x...@android.com wrote:
  - Right click project
  - Choose Android Tools  Rename application package

  This will go and change everything that needs changing.

  Now, for your specific case of having 2 versions of your app, I
  recommend splitting your project in a common library and 2
  applications projects.
  See here for more details:

 http://developer.android.com/guide/developing/eclipse-adt.html#librar...

  On Mon, Jul 19, 2010 at 10:55 AM, Nick Richardson
  richardson.n...@gmail.com wrote:
   Thanks for the replies,
   I did use the refactor option to rename the package and the project, but
   then there were a few updates that were needed in the manifest, and one
   other place i can't remember now.
   I was simply wondering if there was an automated way to make all these
   changes at once using the ADT plugin, or if i was going to have to do
  this
   manually every time i have an update to my app.
   //Nick
   On Sun, Jul 18, 2010 at 10:47 AM, Mark H. Nichols code.pr...@gmail.com
   wrote:

   On Jul 18, 2010, at 3:41 AM, Nick Richardson wrote:

Hopefully simple question:

I would like to create a second copy of my app and release it as a
  free
version.  I have copied my project to a new one in eclipse, but now i
  would
like to rename the project and package to upload to the market.

Is there an easy way using ADT or otherwise that will do this for me?
   I
found a few posts online with reference to right clicking the project
  and
selecting Rename from Android Tools, but i do not have that
  option.

If there's not an automated way, what are the steps i need to be sure
  to
take to insure that everything is renamed correctly before i upload?

   If you are using Eclipse, you can use the Refactor tool to do what you
   want. Right-click on the project to be renamed, select Refactor from the
   object menu, and then rename from there.

   Mark

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Re: [android-beginners] Re: Emulator

2010-07-14 Thread Xavier Ducrohet
just install the new apk and it will kill the running process.

adb install -r /path/to/new.apk

On Wed, Jul 14, 2010 at 11:07 AM, kypriakos demet...@ece.neu.edu wrote:

 Super - but then if you are already running an app how do you stop it
 to reload new
 code? I noticed that if I move to the Menu the app is still running in
 the background.
 Is there a kill process equivalent in Android?

 Thanks


 On Jul 13, 1:56 pm, Mark Murphy mmur...@commonsware.com wrote:
 On Tue, Jul 13, 2010 at 12:44 PM, kypriakos demet...@ece.neu.edu wrote:
  You can?? That's super - where can I find documentation on that? Or is
  it straight
  forward?

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[android-beginners] 2.2 SDK refresh

2010-07-08 Thread Xavier Ducrohet
Developers,

We've just released an updated version of the 2.2 SDK.

Besides the updated system image to match FRF91, we've put back the
search widget that was missing, and we fixed an issue with the backup
manager that prevented it from working on the emulator.

More info: http://developer.android.com/sdk/android-2.2.html

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Re: [android-beginners] JDK and Eclipse installation

2010-07-07 Thread Xavier Ducrohet
On Wed, Jul 7, 2010 at 1:42 PM, Sam Hobbs s...@samhobbs.org wrote:
 I am using Windows 7 64-bit.

 I am attempting to get the Android SDK installed and working. Should I
 install the 32-bit JDK or 64-bit?

 When I went to the JDK download site, it selected the non-64-bit JDK so I
 installed it. I am having problems getting the Android SDK installed so I
 wanted to first ensure that what I have done is okay.

 I tried asking about the 64-bit JDK in:

 JDK 32-bit or 64-bit - Android for Absolute Beginner (AAB) | Google Groups
 http://groups.google.com/group/anfab/browse_thread/thread/1c7bdca489c0f27f

 As you can see, that group is no help. So I tried joining this group and
 that took a few days.

First time I hear about AAB. It has 4 members, so no wonder you didn't
get any answer.

android-beginners and android-developers are official Android groups,
and have 17K and 34K members respectively so you should get
better/faster answers. They moderate first post though, to prevent
spam and that can take a day or two.

Another option is stackoverflow.com which works well and provide good answers.

Now to answer your question: the SDK will work with both, but if you
have a 64bit machine you should install a 64bit JDK.

 And Lorenz answered, so hopefully that is all I need about that. I also
 asked about Eclipse Classic Version 3.6.0 (file
 eclipse-SDK-3.6-win32-x86_64.zip). Should the Android SDK work with that?

We don't recommend using 3.6 at this time. There is at least one known
issue with it in the custom editors that we are working to fix (or
rather to work around as the bug is in Eclipse itself).

3.4 or 3.5 are supported, as long as you choose a version that has JDT
(Java Dev Toolkit) in it. Classic, Java, J2EE or RCP will work.

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Re: [android-beginners] Re: Jet authoring problem: SONiVOX synth DLL in SDK won't load in Cubase or Sonar.

2010-07-02 Thread Xavier Ducrohet
We do provide some plug-ins for some sound authoring applications in
order to create Jet compatible sound file that are then read on device
by the Jet engine.

Some of it is only supported by MacOS and Windows so if you have a
linux SDK you will not see it, but you might see the sample called
JetBoy that demonstrate how to use a sound file created by JetCreator.

Mark, I'm not entirely familiar with the cubase support for EASDLL.dll
but I'll forward your email to some engineer who should know.

Xav

On Fri, Jul 2, 2010 at 11:45 AM, Mikey frak@gmail.com wrote:
 Cubase (the world renowned music creation software, that retails for $$$), 
 and one of it's *Windows only* DLLs are tools that form part of the Android 
 SDK?

 Wow! I sure did miss the point of writing phone apps, and I think from the 
 help Justin has given me in the past has shown that he has made exactly same 
 basic errors of comprehension that I have.

 Please, enlighten us all on even just the basic tips for using Cubase as part 
 of the SDK - I think we could all gain from that...

 On 2 Jul 2010, at 18:57, Mark wrote:

 Very helpful response Justin. Its a tool that is part of the SDK.
 RTFM.

 On Jul 1, 11:21 pm, Justin Anderson janderson@gmail.com wrote:
 Does this question have anything at all to do with Android?

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 On Thu, Jul 1, 2010 at 6:22 PM, Mark m...@sublimeslime.com wrote:
 The EASDLL.dll is not recognized by Cubase SX 3.0.2, nor according to
 a poster on the developer's group, Sonar. Seriously broken or
 seriously misunderstood? If we're going to author Jet audio, we need
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Re: [android-beginners] Jet authoring problem: SONiVOX synth DLL in SDK won't load in Cubase or Sonar.

2010-07-02 Thread Xavier Ducrohet
Just FYI, the doc about using the JetPlayer on the device is:

http://developer.android.com/guide/topics/media/index.html#jet

About the JetCreator tool:
http://developer.android.com/guide/topics/media/jet/jetcreator_manual.html

It's not because you're not aware of something that it doesn't exist.
While out of topic subjects are annoying, a dose a caution is
warranted for something as vast as Android :)

Xav

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 On Thu, Jul 1, 2010 at 6:22 PM, Mark m...@sublimeslime.com wrote:

 The EASDLL.dll is not recognized by Cubase SX 3.0.2, nor according to
 a poster on the developer's group, Sonar. Seriously broken or
 seriously misunderstood? If we're going to author Jet audio, we need
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[android-beginners] Please read: Eclipse 3.6 compatibility issue

2010-07-02 Thread Xavier Ducrohet
Hello everyone,

There is a bug in the Eclipse 3.6 plug-ins that provides XML
model/editors to our custom editors. This prevent using some custom
Android editors such as the string editors.

The Eclipse bug database already contain this bug:
https://bugs.eclipse.org/bugs/show_bug.cgi?id=318108

We are working on a work around, but in the mean time we recommend
that you stay on 3.5

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Re: [android-beginners] Re: LogCat

2010-06-23 Thread Xavier Ducrohet
We are well aware of the issues with the logcat panel in DDMS.

We hope to get around to see sooner rather than later but we've got a
lot of stuff on our plate unfortunately.

Xav

On Wed, Jun 23, 2010 at 5:06 PM, DonFrench dcfre...@gmail.com wrote:
 Thanks but I really prefer to view LogCat in Eclipse because it is so
 much easier to find what you want.  In Eclipse, for example, user-
 generated log output is split into individual tabs based on the tags
 you set.   Also, in the main log tab everything is color coded. To
 find the stack trace associated with a Force Close, for example, you
 just scroll up until you see a block of red output.  Google did a
 great job in designing the Eclipse LogCat viewer except for the
 unfortunate bug that they have ignored for so long.


 On Jun 22, 11:11 am, Kostya Vasilyev kmans...@gmail.com wrote:
 Don,

 I can recommend running adblogcat from the OS's command line window.

 This way, it's always around, you can make it as large as you want, and
 can do filtering by piping through grep or find, if necessary.

 -- Kostya

 22.06.2010 22:02, DonFrench пишет:

  I useLogCata lot when debugging but it is an ir ritation that it
  frequently has to be reset to get the latest log output. I am only
  aware of two ways to get the log output when this happens: 1) Go to
  the DDMS perspective and then pull down the menu in the Devices view
  and select reset adb, and 2) Exit Eclipse and restart it.  Some of the
  time Reset adb works but often it does not and I have to exit and
  restart Eclipse.  So, first, am I doing something wrong that causes
 LogCatto stop functioning?  And second, is there another way to
  refresh the log other than the two methods I mentioned?  And third, is
  this a bug in the Android Eclipse plug-in?  If it is, why doesn't
  Google fix it?

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Re: [android-beginners] Eclipse New Android Project dialog

2010-06-15 Thread Xavier Ducrohet
Update to 0.9.7 we fixed the issue (the content will scroll if your
screen resolution is to low).

xav

On Sun, Jun 6, 2010 at 12:11 PM, Kent Loobey k...@uoregon.edu wrote:
 I am building Android apps on a laptop running Ubuntu 10.04 using Eclipse and
 the New Android Project is so long that the Build Target listbox is
 scrunched up so that you can't read the available entries.

 There is enough blank space between the Min SDK Version: textbox and the
 button row that some could be removed and then at least one line of a Build
 Target would show.

 I don't know where to post this request.  Do you?

 Thanks.

 Eclipse Java EE IDE for Web Developers.
 Build id: 20100218-1602

  Android DDMS  0.9.6.v201002051504-24846
 com.android.ide.eclipse.ddms.feature.group

  Android Development Tools     0.9.6.v201002051504-24846
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Re: [android-beginners] new to android SDK and android development

2010-06-03 Thread Xavier Ducrohet
Nothing. You can ignore those. In fact in a recent version of the VM,
we removed the output of the messages because they were confusing
people.

Xav

On Thu, Jun 3, 2010 at 1:20 PM, ironmantis7x ironmanti...@gmail.com wrote:
 Hey folks!!  I am new to this so please forgive my lack of knowledge.
 I downloaded the SDK and eclipse for Java.
 I ran the HelloWorld tutorial and noticed this in the console of the
 Eclipse IDE:

 [2010-06-03 13:50:22 - HelloAndroid] ActivityManager: DDM dispatch reg
 wait timeout
 [2010-06-03 13:50:22 - HelloAndroid] ActivityManager: Can't dispatch
 DDM chunk 52454151: no handler defined
 [2010-06-03 13:50:22 - HelloAndroid] ActivityManager: Can't dispatch
 DDM chunk 48454c4f: no handler defined
 [2010-06-03 13:50:23 - HelloAndroid] ActivityManager: Can't dispatch
 DDM chunk 46454154: no handler defined
 [2010-06-03 13:50:23 - HelloAndroid] ActivityManager: Can't dispatch
 DDM chunk 4d505251: no handler defined

 Then the virtual app loaded and ran just fine.  What am I doing
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Re: [android-beginners] can i re-install an app without shutting down the emulator?

2010-05-24 Thread Xavier Ducrohet
you don't need to uninstall.

adb install -r foo.apk will reinstall on top of the current app (as
long as they are signed with the same key). The benefit is that you'll
keep the user data around.

adb uninstall com.company.foo will remove the user data.

Xav

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 On Mon, 24 May 2010, Alex Ortiz de Guinea wrote:

 Hi,

 I think you are supposed to do adb uninstall foo.bar.appname
 instead of deleting the .apk file. Cannot test it right now, though.

  ah, i see where i messed up.  at the risk of over-simplifying, i
 built from source but because the source didn't specify the package(?)
 name, what was *built* as the .apk file on the dev host was the name
 as *i* understood it, but what was installed in the AVD was a package
 name based on the *namespace*.

  as an analogy, i might have built an apk file called, say,
 Hello-debug.apk, but after i installed it and ran adb shell, i
 found it under /data/app as ca.crashcourse.android-1.apk.

  reminder to self to not make that mistake again.

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Re: [android-beginners] is there a git checkout equivalent to android-sdk_r06-linux_86.tgz?

2010-05-24 Thread Xavier Ducrohet
While there is no tag for the 2.2 SDK and the new tools in the git
projects, if you only care about Tools Rev 6, you can check out the
tools_r6 branch in sdk.git. This is the branch from which the tools
where built.

Xav

On Mon, May 24, 2010 at 8:21 AM, Robert P. J. Day rpj...@crashcourse.ca wrote:

  i'm guessing that it's a recursive checkout, possibly implemented
 with repo, but can one use git to keep up with development?  thanks.

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Re: [android-beginners] is there a git checkout equivalent to android-sdk_r06-linux_86.tgz?

2010-05-24 Thread Xavier Ducrohet
Note that development for the next version (rev 7) is done in master
of course. Tools_r7 has not yet been created.

All tools development is happening in the open right now, and we're
happy to review and accept contributions :)

Xav

On Mon, May 24, 2010 at 12:29 PM, Robert P. J. Day
rpj...@crashcourse.ca wrote:
 On Mon, 24 May 2010, Xavier Ducrohet wrote:

 While there is no tag for the 2.2 SDK and the new tools in the git
 projects, if you only care about Tools Rev 6, you can check out the
 tools_r6 branch in sdk.git. This is the branch from which the tools
 where built.

  thanks, it was the tools development branch i was primarily
 interested in.

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Re: [android-beginners] Re: why can't i build an AVD with a 2G SD card?

2010-05-24 Thread Xavier Ducrohet
just FYI: https://review.source.android.com/#change,14842

On Sun, May 23, 2010 at 2:51 PM, Robert P. J. Day rpj...@crashcourse.ca wrote:
 On Sun, 23 May 2010, Xavier Ducrohet wrote:

 ugh you're right.

 what we fixed was the UI validation code, but there's another
 problem later on (probably when we call the tool that makes the SD
 card)

  ok, i'll just leave this with you since you clearly see the issue.

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Re: [android-beginners] why can't i build an AVD with a 2G SD card?

2010-05-23 Thread Xavier Ducrohet
Are you using SDK tools revision 6?

There was a bug in revision 5 when it tested the value.

On Sun, May 23, 2010 at 2:24 AM, Robert P. J. Day rpj...@crashcourse.ca wrote:

  just jumping into using the android 2.2 SDK and emulator on my
 ubuntu 10.04 system, and an initial attempt to build a virtual device
 with a 2G card gave me

  Error: SD Card size must be at least 9MB.

 um ... huh?  i verified that sizes of 256M, 512M, 1G and 1.5G all
 work, but 2G is weirdly rejected as above.  thoughts?

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Re: [android-beginners] Re: why can't i build an AVD with a 2G SD card?

2010-05-23 Thread Xavier Ducrohet
I just tried it again and it's working.

What value did you enter in the AVD creator dialog or in the command
line? I use 2000M in the command line.

Xav

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 On Sun, 23 May 2010, davemac wrote:

 Is there any chance that you don't have enough space on the
 filesystem for a 2G image file?

  i have just over 200G of free space. :-)  the issue is that the SD
 card creation fails with a misleading error message, telling me that i
 must select a minimum of 9MiB for SD card size, which i obviously did.

  in any event, xavier ducrohet's reply suggests that this exact bug
 existed in the previous version.

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Re: [android-beginners] Re: why can't i build an AVD with a 2G SD card?

2010-05-23 Thread Xavier Ducrohet
oh I just tried 2048M in the command line and it's broken.

The bug we fixed was specific to the UI code in the AVD Manager, but
it looks like there's a similar bug in the command line processing :(

Workaround: use the AVD Manager UI.

On Sun, May 23, 2010 at 12:23 PM, Xavier Ducrohet x...@android.com wrote:
 I just tried it again and it's working.

 What value did you enter in the AVD creator dialog or in the command
 line? I use 2000M in the command line.

 Xav

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 rpj...@crashcourse.ca wrote:
 On Sun, 23 May 2010, davemac wrote:

 Is there any chance that you don't have enough space on the
 filesystem for a 2G image file?

  i have just over 200G of free space. :-)  the issue is that the SD
 card creation fails with a misleading error message, telling me that i
 must select a minimum of 9MiB for SD card size, which i obviously did.

  in any event, xavier ducrohet's reply suggests that this exact bug
 existed in the previous version.

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Re: [android-beginners] Re: why can't i build an AVD with a 2G SD card?

2010-05-23 Thread Xavier Ducrohet
http://code.google.com/p/android/issues/detail?id=8506

On Sun, May 23, 2010 at 12:24 PM, Xavier Ducrohet x...@android.com wrote:
 oh I just tried 2048M in the command line and it's broken.

 The bug we fixed was specific to the UI code in the AVD Manager, but
 it looks like there's a similar bug in the command line processing :(

 Workaround: use the AVD Manager UI.

 On Sun, May 23, 2010 at 12:23 PM, Xavier Ducrohet x...@android.com wrote:
 I just tried it again and it's working.

 What value did you enter in the AVD creator dialog or in the command
 line? I use 2000M in the command line.

 Xav

 On Sun, May 23, 2010 at 11:59 AM, Robert P. J. Day
 rpj...@crashcourse.ca wrote:
 On Sun, 23 May 2010, davemac wrote:

 Is there any chance that you don't have enough space on the
 filesystem for a 2G image file?

  i have just over 200G of free space. :-)  the issue is that the SD
 card creation fails with a misleading error message, telling me that i
 must select a minimum of 9MiB for SD card size, which i obviously did.

  in any event, xavier ducrohet's reply suggests that this exact bug
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Re: [android-beginners] Re: why can't i build an AVD with a 2G SD card?

2010-05-23 Thread Xavier Ducrohet
ugh you're right.

what we fixed was the UI validation code, but there's another problem
later on (probably when we call the tool that makes the SD card)

On Sun, May 23, 2010 at 12:33 PM, Robert P. J. Day
rpj...@crashcourse.ca wrote:
 On Sun, 23 May 2010, Xavier Ducrohet wrote:

 oh I just tried 2048M in the command line and it's broken.

 The bug we fixed was specific to the UI code in the AVD Manager, but
 it looks like there's a similar bug in the command line processing
 :(

 Workaround: use the AVD Manager UI.

  no, that has an equivalent bug.  that's how i created my earlier
 AVDs and while i properly created AVDs with sizes of 256, 1024 and
 1536, the creation failed with a value of 2048.  i didn't use any
 suffix since the unit of MiB was already being displayed.  and
 you're not allowed to add an M suffix thru the UI.

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Re: [android-beginners] Re: Android Emulator - Eclipse cannot see it

2010-05-12 Thread Xavier Ducrohet
if you strictly use Eclipse, then you shouldn't have to change your path.

Eclipse uses the location to the SDK folder (set in the Eclipse
preferences under Android) to find all the external tools it needs.

Xav

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 Regarding the path, the installation instructions do say to add SDK
 tools folder to your Windows path.

 I am a professional Java dev. and I cannot remember the last time I
 had to edit the Windows path. Given there is an installer and GUI-
 based IDE support, if it is necessary for the Android SDK to work this
 way (it isn't), this should be taken care of automatically. At a bare
 minimum the ADT should error out when it cannot access the tools
 binaries.

 Please raise a bug report.

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Re: [android-beginners] Problem with IDE.

2010-05-09 Thread Xavier Ducrohet
I would recommend to not create the folder manually.

Yes, sometimes Eclipse will complain the folder is not there. This
only happens on a clean action or when you create the project the
first time. If you don't touch the gen folder you won't see the
problem.

To get rid of the project, you can touch one file to force a recompile
and it'll remove the error.

Deleting/adding the folder manually is the best way to not be able to
get rid of the error.

Xav

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ubuntuexplo...@gmail.com wrote:
 Is there a sequence to be followed while building android projects in IDE?

 Sometimes, I get an error saying gen folder is not present. But it is an
 autogenerated folder created duing compilation.

 If I manually create this folder I am able to compile this project. But if I
 clean and then try to build, I get a build path error.

 Should I be creating this folder everytime?

 Regards,
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Re: [android-beginners] Error trying to update SDK

2010-05-05 Thread Xavier Ducrohet
On Tue, May 4, 2010 at 9:21 PM, Kaustubh Padegaonkar
thetuxra...@gmail.com wrote:
 Yeah, try changing the https to http. Will work.
 Kaustubh Padegaonkar,
 thetuxra...@gmail.com


No it won't! The error is not about downloading the file but about
validating the XML *once it's downloaded*.

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Re: [android-beginners] Error trying to update SDK

2010-05-04 Thread Xavier Ducrohet
What version of the SDK tools?

What OS/Version of Java?

Xav

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 When I try to use the SDK and AVD Manager to update the SDK I receive the
 following error.

 XML verification failed for
 https://dl-ssl.google.com/android/repository/repository.xml.
 Error: cvc-elt.1: Cannot find the declaration of element
 'sdk:sdk-repository'.
 Failed to fetch URL
 https://dl-ssl.google.com/android/repository/repository.xml, reason: Unknown


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Re: [android-beginners] Error trying to update SDK

2010-05-04 Thread Xavier Ducrohet
Yes, definitively download the newer tools directly from
http://developer.android.com/index.html
From then on, the tools will be able to let you update tools and
platform alike no matter what.

Xav

On Tue, May 4, 2010 at 6:26 PM, Kevin Brooks bear35...@gmail.com wrote:
 OS = Windows Vista Home Basic Service Pack 2
 SDK Tools version = Revision 2

 On 5/4/2010 7:59 PM, Xavier Ducrohet wrote:

 What version of the SDK tools?

 What OS/Version of Java?

 Xav

 On Tue, May 4, 2010 at 5:01 PM, Kevin Brooksbear35...@gmail.com  wrote:


 When I try to use the SDK and AVD Manager to update the SDK I receive the
 following error.

 XML verification failed for
 https://dl-ssl.google.com/android/repository/repository.xml.
 Error: cvc-elt.1: Cannot find the declaration of element
 'sdk:sdk-repository'.
 Failed to fetch URL
 https://dl-ssl.google.com/android/repository/repository.xml, reason:
 Unknown


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Re: [android-beginners] ADB is not killed

2010-05-04 Thread Xavier Ducrohet
This is normal. Eclipse does start the adb daemon on start but never
kills it (unless it is to restart it right after).

The reason is that we cannot be sure that quitting Eclipse means you
don't have a shell/command prompt that is currently running some adb
commands (such as a shell on the device). You wouldn't like it if
those commands were interrupted because we killed the adb daemon.

Xav

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 Hi,

 Even after closing eclipse, adb still alive. Has anyone seen this issue
 before?

 ps -aef | grep adb
     1464 1  0 08:28 ?    00:00:02 adb fork-server server

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Re: [android-beginners] AVD emulator question...

2010-04-14 Thread Xavier Ducrohet
by customize you mean you enter a custom screen resolution?

Our skin are unfortunately not design to adapt to any screen
resolution, so anything custom will only show the screen itself.
You can still use all the keys through their keyboard shortcut.

Use 'emulator -help-keys' for the list.

Xav

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 Hi All,

 When i start the AVD via the SDK/AVD manager that has one of the
 default skins, then i get to see the keyboard alongwith the emulator
 screen.

 But when i customize the skin for the avd and then lauch it, i don't
 get to see the keyboard part of the emulator.

 Any idea on how to bring this keyboard part up?

 The emulator and avd command line options did not seem to answer my
 Question.

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Re: [android-beginners] Re: Having some trouble with ADT

2010-04-09 Thread Xavier Ducrohet
:
 211)
        at
 org.eclipse.osgi.internal.loader.BundleLoader.findLocalClass(BundleLoader.java:
 381)
        at
 org.eclipse.osgi.internal.loader.BundleLoader.findClassInternal(BundleLoader.java:
 457)
        at
 org.eclipse.osgi.internal.loader.BundleLoader.findClass(BundleLoader.java:
 410)
        at
 org.eclipse.osgi.internal.loader.BundleLoader.findClass(BundleLoader.java:
 398)
        at
 org.eclipse.osgi.internal.baseadaptor.DefaultClassLoader.loadClass(DefaultClassLoader.java:
 105)
        at java.lang.ClassLoader.loadClass(Unknown Source)
        at
 org.eclipse.equinox.internal.provisional.p2.engine.phases.Uninstall.getProblemMessage(Uninstall.java:
 106)
        at
 org.eclipse.equinox.internal.provisional.p2.engine.PhaseSet.perform(PhaseSet.java:
 63)
        at
 org.eclipse.equinox.internal.provisional.p2.engine.Engine.perform(Engine.java:
 54)
        at
 org.eclipse.equinox.internal.provisional.p2.ui.operations.ProvisioningUtil.performProvisioningPlan(ProvisioningUtil.java:
 389)
        at
 org.eclipse.equinox.internal.provisional.p2.ui.operations.ProfileModificationOperation.doExecute(ProfileModificationOperation.java:
 61)
        at
 org.eclipse.equinox.internal.provisional.p2.ui.operations.ProvisioningOperation.execute(ProvisioningOperation.java:
 37)
        at
 org.eclipse.equinox.internal.provisional.p2.ui.ProvisioningOperationRunner
 $1.run(ProvisioningOperationRunner.java:94)
        at org.eclipse.core.internal.jobs.Worker.run(Worker.java:55)

 !ENTRY org.eclipse.osgi 4 0 2010-04-07 02:05:09.492
 !MESSAGE An error occurred while automatically activating bundle
 org.eclipse.equinox.common (71).
 !STACK 0
 org.osgi.framework.BundleException: The state indicates the bundle is
 resolved
        at
 org.eclipse.osgi.framework.internal.core.AbstractBundle.getResolutionFailureException(AbstractBundle.java:
 1296)
        at
 org.eclipse.osgi.framework.internal.core.BundleHost.startWorker(BundleHost.java:
 309)
        at
 org.eclipse.osgi.framework.internal.core.AbstractBundle.start(AbstractBundle.java:
 280)
        at
 org.eclipse.osgi.framework.util.SecureAction.start(SecureAction.java:
 408)
        at
 org.eclipse.core.runtime.internal.adaptor.EclipseLazyStarter.postFindLocalClass(EclipseLazyStarter.java:
 111)
        at
 org.eclipse.osgi.baseadaptor.loader.ClasspathManager.findLocalClass(ClasspathManager.java:
 449)
        at
 org.eclipse.osgi.internal.baseadaptor.DefaultClassLoader.findLocalClass(DefaultClassLoader.java:
 211)
        at
 org.eclipse.osgi.internal.loader.BundleLoader.findLocalClass(BundleLoader.java:
 381)
        at
 org.eclipse.osgi.internal.loader.SingleSourcePackage.loadClass(SingleSourcePackage.java:
 33)
        at
 org.eclipse.osgi.internal.loader.BundleLoader.findClassInternal(BundleLoader.java:
 454)
        at
 org.eclipse.osgi.internal.loader.BundleLoader.findClass(BundleLoader.java:
 410)
        at
 org.eclipse.osgi.internal.loader.BundleLoader.findClass(BundleLoader.java:
 398)
        at
 org.eclipse.osgi.internal.baseadaptor.DefaultClassLoader.loadClass(DefaultClassLoader.java:
 105)
        at java.lang.ClassLoader.loadClass(Unknown Source)
        at org.eclipse.core.internal.jobs.Worker.run(Worker.java:74)
 !SESSION 2010-04-07 02:05:12.157
 ---
 eclipse.buildId=M20090917-0800
 java.version=1.6.0_18
 java.vendor=Sun Microsystems Inc.
 BootLoader constants: OS=win32, ARCH=x86, WS=win32, NL=en_ZA
 Framework arguments:  -product org.eclipse.epp.package.java.product
 Command-line arguments:  -os win32 -ws win32 -arch x86 -product
 org.eclipse.epp.package.java.product

 !ENTRY org.eclipse.core.jobs 4 2 2010-04-07 02:06:49.926
 !MESSAGE An internal error occurred during: Uninstall.
 !STACK 0
 java.lang.IllegalStateException: Profile epp.package.java is not
 current.
        at
 org.eclipse.equinox.internal.p2.engine.SimpleProfileRegistry.lockProfile(SimpleProfileRegistry.java:
 691)
        at
 org.eclipse.equinox.internal.provisional.p2.engine.Engine.perform(Engine.java:
 44)
        at
 org.eclipse.equinox.internal.provisional.p2.ui.operations.ProvisioningUtil.performProvisioningPlan(ProvisioningUtil.java:
 389)
        at
 org.eclipse.equinox.internal.provisional.p2.ui.operations.ProfileModificationOperation.doExecute(ProfileModificationOperation.java:
 61)
        at
 org.eclipse.equinox.internal.provisional.p2.ui.operations.ProvisioningOperation.execute(ProvisioningOperation.java:
 37)
        at
 org.eclipse.equinox.internal.provisional.p2.ui.ProvisioningOperationRunner
 $1.run(ProvisioningOperationRunner.java:94)
        at org.eclipse.core.internal.jobs.Worker.run(Worker.java:55)




 On Apr 7, 8:35 pm, Xavier Ducrohet x...@android.com wrote:
 So it looks like the plug-ins are correctly installed but may depend
 on something that wasn't installed in Eclipse.
 Normally Eclipse sees such dependencies and install required packages.

 I would look at the log file (located in your workspace

Re: [android-beginners] What does `adb install' do under the hood?

2010-04-08 Thread Xavier Ducrohet
adb install does the equivalent of:

  adb push yourapp.apk /some/temp/location/yourapp.apk
  adb shell pm install /some/temp/location/yourapp.apk
  adb shell rm /some/temp/location/yourapp.apk

regarding (3), I think the package Manager monitor changes in those
folder and is able to automatically install apps pushed there. But
this pre-dates pm install I think and is not guaranteed to keep
working, and should not be used.

Xav

On Wed, Apr 7, 2010 at 8:01 PM, Chi Zhang elecpa...@gmail.com wrote:
 Hi everybody, this is my first post ever. I hope this is not a stupid
 question :-)
 I noticed that there are three ways to install an app in an android device:
 1. adb install some-app
 2. adb shell  pm install some-app
 3. you can manually push the apk file to /system/app or /data/app
 Are there differences among these three methods?
 I used to believe that the android package manager keeps a list of apps
 installed on the device, and thus can quickly locate an app for intents.
 But option 3 above seems to suggest that it doesn't. So what does `adb
 install' really do?

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Re: [android-beginners] Re: Having some trouble with ADT

2010-04-07 Thread Xavier Ducrohet
So it looks like the plug-ins are correctly installed but may depend
on something that wasn't installed in Eclipse.
Normally Eclipse sees such dependencies and install required packages.

I would look at the log file (located in your workspace as
.metadata/.log) and look inside for errors related to the plug-in
initialization.
If you could send me the log I could look into it.

thanks,
Xav

On Wed, Apr 7, 2010 at 5:14 AM, g1 jeff.l.dav...@gmail.com wrote:
 I have checked the steps quite carefully.

 That's a decent point, I think I am behind a proxy at home. I'll see
 if it helps if I get around it.

 On Apr 7, 1:25 pm, nubh bhargava nubh.bharg...@gmail.com wrote:
 Gallileo works fine, have you checked the steps properly, if yes then you
 might be proxy there are problems if you are behind a proxy but else wise
 things work fine. I had some problem earlier.

 Thanks  Regards
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Re: [android-beginners] Re: SDK won't install

2010-04-05 Thread Xavier Ducrohet
what do you mean by the 7th one is missing? 7th one what? how is it missing?

Xav

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 OK, I got the URL to give me a list of packages.
 However when I select them all it won't let me download them,
 because the 7th one is missing, even though it's in the list.
 I tried installing one by one but that didn't work.
 It's almost like Google is trying to discourage installing the SDK.

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Re: [android-beginners] Re: SDK won't install

2010-04-05 Thread Xavier Ducrohet
On Sun, Apr 4, 2010 at 5:41 PM, yee chen my.name.is@gmail.com wrote:
 hey: change URL address to
 http://dl-ssl.google.com/android/repository/repository.xml

Don't do this.

The add site feature is not meant to replace the default location.
It's only meant for repositories that only contain add-on (and the
tool will in fact prevent you from downloading Platforms from those
site).

At the beginning there was an issue when downloading over SSL. We
fixed this in r5. If you are not running the Android SDK Tools, rev5,
get it from http://developer.android.com/sdk/index.html

If you still can't download over SSL, make sure you have JCE (Java
Cryptography Extension) installed (I think it may depend on your
country).
If you cannot install SSL support, then you can disable SSL by going
to the settings tab and checking Force https sources to be fetched
over http.

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Re: [android-beginners] Ant Debug

2010-03-26 Thread Xavier Ducrohet
Since the rest of the build is working fine (including the custom Ant
task that imports the android_rules file), it looks like everything is
properly configured, but jarutils.jar might be missing from your SDK
(under SDK/tools/lib).


Xav

On Fri, Mar 26, 2010 at 2:22 AM, Yogi_Bare yogacyp...@gmail.com wrote:
 Hi all :-)

 So I have thus far been unable to build any app from any tutorial all
 for the same reason (i think)

 I am able to run ant compile with no problem. However if I try to
 run a simple ant debug, I always get a BUILD FAILED.

 It is always preceeded by the following;

 Buildfile: build.xml
    [setup] Project Target: Android 2.1
    [setup] API level: 7
    [setup] WARNING: No minSdkVersion value set. Application will
 install on all Android versions.

 -compile-tested-if-test:

 -dirs:
     [echo] Creating output directories if needed...

 -resource-src:
     [echo] Generating R.java / Manifest.java from the resources...

 -aidl:
     [echo] Compiling aidl files into Java classes...

 compile:
    [javac] Compiling 1 source file to /home/(my name)/Documents/
 coding/droid/projects/sudoku/bin/classes

 -dex:
     [echo] Converting compiled files and external libraries into /
 home/(my name)/Documents/coding/droid/projects/sudoku/bin/
 classes.dex...
     [echo]

 -package-resources:
     [echo] Packaging resources
  [aaptexec] Creating full resource package...

 -package-debug-sign:
 [apkbuilder] Creating sudoku-debug-unaligned.apk and signing it with a
 debug key...

 BUILD FAILED
 /home/(my name)/opt/android/platforms/android-7/templates/
 android_rules.xml:281: The following error occurred while executing
 this line:
 /home/(my name)/opt/android/platforms/android-7/templates/
 android_rules.xml:152: java.lang.NoClassDefFoundError:
 com.android.jarutils.DebugKeyProvider

 Total time: 2 seconds

 *
 the coresponding lines are these
 281 (in android_rules.xml)
 package-helper sign.package=true /

 and 152
 verbose=${verbose}
 *
 I have made sure I am running the latest JDK and ant
 I have added the jdk to my $PATH
 I changed the link in /usr/bin to the proper keytool

 As far as I can tell it has something to do with the debug key??

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Re: [android-beginners] main.out.xml

2010-03-26 Thread Xavier Ducrohet
Try a clean, if that doesn't remove an error marker that shouldn't be
there (which happens occasionally), just delete it manually.
Open the Problems view, select the marker and hit del on your
keyboard. Then clean your project again and make sure the problem
doesn't show up again (which would mean that the error is in fact
still present).

Xav

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 Hey Folks,
 I've been hanging around this problem for almost two days and I'm very
 frustraded. I accidently executed the main.xml file while I was trying
 to start my normal application (currently I'm going through the
 tutorial on at Android Developers). However, a new file was created
 named main.out.xml in my layout folder. I read about this in other
 threads and I deleted it and restarted Eclipse. Unfortunatly the
 result was, that I couldn't execute my programm no more since Eclipse
 tells me all the time that: Your project contains error(s), please
 fix them vefore running your application. I did this several times to
 be sure that I can recreate the problem.
 I know this is very less information, but I just don't know what could
 be useful for you guys to know to help me, since I'm very new to
 programming. It could be something with my IDE configurations, but I
 did it quite like Tim Layton says in this video:
 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vumCqNOwiUMfeature=player_embedded#

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Re: [android-beginners] Re: Terminal type text output for debugging?

2010-03-18 Thread Xavier Ducrohet
No, logcat is output to your development computer.
Either in a terminal (see
http://developer.android.com/intl/fr/guide/developing/tools/adb.html#logcat)
Or in DDMS (see:
http://developer.android.com/intl/fr/guide/developing/tools/ddms.html)
or in the eclipse plug-in (open the DDMS perspective).

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Re: [android-beginners] Error: An SDK Target must be specified.

2010-03-18 Thread Xavier Ducrohet
What do you mean you cannot enable the box? I don't think it's ever disabled.

On Wed, Mar 17, 2010 at 11:19 PM, Mr. sakthi sakthic...@gmail.com wrote:
 Hello guys,
   I'm a android beginner. And I'm using the latest vertsion of the
 Android SDK with Eclipse.the problem is While creating the new android
 project,

 step 1:
     I entered the project name.
 step 2:
     Then the new project window highlighting the error An SDK Target
 must be specified. But i can't enable the Build SDK Group Box.

 How to over come this this problem. I hope u can solve this problem.plz
 point out me to the simple error.
    Thank you...

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Re: [android-beginners] Can't dispatch DDM chunk error

2010-03-18 Thread Xavier Ducrohet
First, you can ignore DDM dispatch reg wait timeout, it's a benign error.

What's more problematic is the line
ActivityManager: java.lang.NullPointerException

It looks like the activity Manager fails to launch your app's
activity. Can you check the logcat output, there's probably the full
exception stack with more info.

Xav

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 Hi, I am new to the Android.   When i am trying to run my first
 android project, HelloAndroid  i find some problems such as..


 ActivityManager: DDM dispatch reg wait timeout
 [2010-03-17 11:38:44 - HelloAndroid] ActivityManager: Can't dispatch
 DDM chunk 52454151: no handler defined
 [2010-03-17 11:38:44 - HelloAndroid] ActivityManager: Can't dispatch
 DDM chunk 48454c4f: no handler defined
 [2010-03-17 11:38:45 - HelloAndroid] ActivityManager: Can't dispatch
 DDM chunk 46454154: no handler defined
 [2010-03-17 11:38:45 - HelloAndroid] ActivityManager: Can't dispatch
 DDM chunk 4d505251: no handler defined
 [2010-03-17 11:40:33 - HelloAndroid] ActivityManager: Starting: Intent
 { act=android.intent.action.MAIN
 cat=[android.intent.category.LAUNCHER]
 cmp=com.example.helloandroid/.HelloAndroid }
 [2010-03-17 11:40:43 - HelloAndroid] ActivityManager:
 java.lang.NullPointerException


 Now what can i do ?
 Can someone help me to solve this??

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Re: [android-beginners] Re: AVD issue with Android 1.1

2010-03-16 Thread Xavier Ducrohet
Mark is right.

1.1 is obsolete (see:
http://developer.android.com/resources/dashboard/platform-versions.html) and
you really shouldn't bother with it.

If you really want you can, in fact, install it. With the new repository
schema we introduced in rev 5 of the tools, we can flag older platforms as
obsolete, which we did for 1.1 and 2.0
If you unselect display updates only you'll see them both and you'll be
able to install them.

Xav

On Tue, Mar 16, 2010 at 11:20 AM, Mark Murphy mmur...@commonsware.comwrote:

 Kingcrowley wrote:
  Just as a follow-up to this, I still have the problem with 1.1 but all
  other versions AVDs work fine
 
  Any ideas?

 Since nothing in production uses Android 1.1 anymore (AFAIK), you might
 just ignore that API version and move along.

 Heck, I don't even see a way to create a 1.1 AVD -- I don't have an
 option to install components for API 2.

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Re: [android-beginners] Having trouble with the first hurdle: new AVDs

2010-03-16 Thread Xavier Ducrohet
On Sun, Mar 14, 2010 at 7:09 PM, KE power...@gmail.com wrote:
 Error: Unable to read AVDs
 Error: /Users/kevinpowers/.android/ is not a directory! This is the
 path of preference folder expected by the Android tools.

It seems like the tools was unable to create .android in your home
folder, and then everything breaks (because we probably don't properly
handle this major but unlikely error).

Do you know why it would fail to create the .android folder? Are you
running the app with restricted priviledges?

The Eclipse behavior is pretty standard. The same NPE exception is
throw, Eclipse absorbs it and doesn't do anything.

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Re: [android-beginners] Unparsed aapt error(s)! Check the console for output - yet no errors displayed

2010-03-16 Thread Xavier Ducrohet
If you think the error wasn't properly cleared after you fixed the
issue, I would do the following:
- in the Problems view, select the error and delete it (del key on the
keyboard).
- do a clean rebuild to be sure (Project   Clean ...)

Xav

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 I'm struggling a little with just what's going on with this...

 - XP
 - Eclipse 3.5
 - Sun JRE
 - java.runtime.version=1.6.0_18-b07

 Basically I've not been doing anything too exciting or ambitious but a
 few of my projects throw the somewhat mysterious Unparsed aapt
 error(s)! Check the console for output. error.

 So I dutifully check the console and see no errors.  I even clear the
 console and try running it, nothing.  So I Google and I discover I
 should delete R.java, which I do and the console now says R.java was
 removed! Recreating R.java! which makes sense.  And I try to run
 again and get told I can't due to this bizarre aapt error that is
 lurking somewhere.

 I may be way off track here but my theory is that this is basically a
 cached error.  I know that I had various errors thrown up due to my
 creating empty xml files and the like, which did throw errors, but
 I've fixed them.  The entire project appears error free apart from
 this packaging error which tells me to check the empty console, trying
 the fix everyone seems to suggest doesn't appear to get me anything so
 I'll admit I'm confused.  Any pointers would be greatly appreciated.
 Is it something stale that needs purging or do I have some obscure
 error that isn't getting flagged?

 TIA,
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Re: [android-beginners] Re: insatallation problem

2010-03-10 Thread Xavier Ducrohet
It's likely that your IT department configured your browser to go through
your corporate proxy.
Talk to them to figure out how to configure Eclipse to use your proxy (in
preferences under General Network connections)

Xav

On Tue, Mar 9, 2010 at 11:37 PM, Taruna Maddali taruna.madd...@gmail.comwrote:

 hi again
 but when i directly go to the link from the browser ,the xml file opens.


 On Wed, Mar 10, 2010 at 12:58 PM, S.T. Hector CHANCOCO soloc...@gmail.com
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 Hy,
 Please make sure your corporate firewall is not blocking the connection

 Regards

 Sent from my iPhone


 On Mar 10, 2010, at 8:25 AM, taru taruna.madd...@gmail.com wrote:

  want to add one more thing..i am working behind  a corporate proxy..


 On Mar 10, 11:48 am, taru taruna.madd...@gmail.com wrote:

 hi..
 I am on eclipse 3.5
 i am getting an error
 Failed to fetch URLhttp://
 dl-ssl.google.com/android/repository/repository.xml,
 reason: Connection refused: connect
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Re: [android-beginners] Android Setup (SWT folder '' does not exist)

2010-03-08 Thread Xavier Ducrohet
This can happen when you don't have Java accessible on your command line path.

Xav

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 Hello,
 I am new in Android development.I got the issue running SDK
 Setup.exe from \tools folder. This app just quits without any message
 or UI. When I run android.bat from the same folder, it gives me :

 SWT folder '' does not exist.
 Please set ANDROID_SWT to point to the folder containing swt.jar for
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[android-beginners] New Android SDK Tools, Eclipse plug-in and NDK

2010-03-08 Thread Xavier Ducrohet
Hello everyone,

As you may have seen on our blog this morning, we have released a new
version of the NDK (revision 3).
Release notes are available at
http://developer.android.com/sdk/ndk/index.html

We have also released revision 5 of the Android SDK Tools. This is available
through the SDK updater.
Release notes: http://developer.android.com/sdk/tools-notes.html

To go with these new tools, we have released a new version of the Eclipse
plug-in (0.9.6).
Release notes: http://developer.android.com/sdk/eclipse-adt.html

The new tools and new plug-in are required to access the SDK repository. If
you are using rev 4 you can update the tools through the SDK updater
normally before seeing the rest of the repository.
If you have a prior revision of the tools (rev 3 or earlier), please
download the main package from http://developer.android.com/sdk/index.html

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Re: [android-beginners] Fighting with Eclipse

2010-02-23 Thread Xavier Ducrohet
On Mon, Feb 22, 2010 at 2:27 AM, Ralf Schneider li...@gestaltgeber.com wrote:
 Hello,

 I develop my application in C++ with the NDK.

 The C++ part is no problem for me.
 I'm using cygwin and Visual C++ (my project is completely cross-platform and
 I can test and debug everything with my desktop computer under Windows).

 But, I'm really new to Eclipse. There are two annoying things I like to get
 rid off.

 1.) Whenever I start my application in the debugger with Eclipse I get
 asked: Select a way to debug  A list of options follows: Android
 Application, Android JUnit Test, ...
 = Becuase my application is always the same type: An Android Application
 I really want to get rid of this stupid question! How can I disable this
 dialog and go straight into the debug perspective?

I'm guessing you're launching the debug session by simply clicking the
Debug (green bug) icon in the toolbar, or Run Debug from the menu?

What this does is make Eclipse try to create/find a launch
configuration that is valid for your project instead of launching a
specific configuration, which is what you should do after you've
created one or launched once (this creates one the first time)

here's what you could do:
- use the drop down menu next to the icon to see the list of existing
launch config (or open Debug configurations to create a new one).
- Go to the preferences and under Run/Debug  Launching, change the
Launch Operation preference to Always launch the previously
launched application. That way you can just click the bug icon
directly (or use the Run  Debug which actually becomes Run  Debug
Last Launched)

 2.) Because I'm using the NDK my Android Projects contains a shared library.
 If I compile a new version of the library Eclipse does not recognize that
 the library has changed and does not create a new package. So, I always have
 to make a modification(space, backspace) to a Java source file if I create a
 new shared library.
 = How can I tell Eclipse the project depends on the shared library? If the
 library changes Eclipse should create and deploy a new package.

It looks like your workspace isn't set for auto-refresh. Go to the
preferences and under General  Workspace check refresh
automatically.
This will make Eclipse automatically detect files that are changed
outside of Eclipse and trigger a recompilation.

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Re: [android-beginners] path to custom debug keystore

2010-02-03 Thread Xavier Ducrohet
It's not possible at this time.

Xav

On Wed, Feb 3, 2010 at 1:12 PM, Michael Dorin bsddo...@gmail.com wrote:
 Within Window-Preferences-Android-Build
 Is it possible to put a relative path to the custom debug keystore in
 based on your workspace path?
 (So not actually specifying your workspace path)

 For example, instead of c:\builds\workspace\project\keystore_dir
 have something like:

 $WORKSPACE\project\keystore_dir

 Thank you,
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Re: [android-beginners] Cannot download the sdk

2010-02-02 Thread Xavier Ducrohet
Update your version of Java to the most recent one.

On Wed, Jan 6, 2010 at 11:53 AM, Jose jose.bal...@gmail.com wrote:
 Hi,

 I am trying to setup my android environment on Mac OSX, and when I run
 the android tool to download a platform, it says the following:

 This repository requires a more recent version of the Tools.
 You must update it before you can see other new packages.
 One package found.

 I keep on receiving this error, and have try searching for an hour now
 and cannot find the solution to this problem.

 Help.

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Re: [android-beginners] Re: Bug in SDK Manager: cannot update

2010-02-01 Thread Xavier Ducrohet
Yes. this is the solution.

The problem is that older version of Java lack a XML schema validator.
Unfortunately, the SDK tools revert to the wrong code path when this
happens and it looks like the schema is more recent that the tools and
it requires to update the tools first.

Use the MacOS X software update feature to get the newest version of Java.

Xav


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 Nope, I gave up and switched to a Linux workstation. However, try upgrading
 your installation of Java. Someone said it worked for them after updating
 Java.
 On Sun, Jan 3, 2010 at 2:04 AM, leuat le...@irio.co.uk wrote:

 Did you guys manage to find a solution? I am still having problems
 with the SDK on  OSX 10.5.5  with This repository requires a
 more recent version of the tools.. This is even though the SDK
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Re: [android-beginners] Re: Eclipse can't seem to locate R.java

2010-02-01 Thread Xavier Ducrohet
That's not a dependency issue.

Creating the R.java file is part of the build process, and if you
don't let Eclipse build automatically, you will need to force a
project compilation every time you add/remove a resources so that the
R class is updated.

People who work with the Ant build script already have to do this.
Eclipse does improve on this by using the automatic build, but you can
do without if you remember to manually recompile when needed.

Xav

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 I had this problem on every other build until I turned on the Eclipse
 flag ProjectBuild Automatically.

 I believe that is the default when Eclipse is installed, but I
 unchecked it because I thought it was unnecessary. Even now, I think
 it is necessary only to cover up a bug in Eclipse when it tries to
 detect build dependencies.

 So turn on that flag and see if that solves the problem.

 On Jan 28, 1:47 pm, André pha...@hotmail.com wrote:
 Hello,

 I'm not sure if it's me or eclipse that has a problem. Probably me
 with eclipse!
 With three different projects where I have copy and pasted the code
 from the sample apps as an example I almost always get a problem to
 locate setContentView(R.layout.main); for instance and it says that it
 can not be resolved.

 Any suggestions on what I can do to solve this?

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Re: [android-beginners] How to with android-sdk_r3-linux.tgz

2010-01-29 Thread Xavier Ducrohet
m5 was a very very early look of the platform, and the API was not
finalized at the time.

So, things have changed and you need to use the new API for whatever
it is you are doing.

After 1.0, alls API are supported on future versions so you won't have
error when you move to newer versions of the platform.

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 Greetings Mrs:
 I begin to programming Android with android-sdk_m5-rc4_linux-x86,
 eclipse Galileo and Ubuntu 8.10. With this environment I have programmed
 short applications , examples of books and proved the samples integrated
 into the above sdk version:ApiDemos,Snake,..; and all work fine.

 Recently I download and installed android-sdk_r3-linux.tgz , and using
 eclipse I installed the following packages:Android SDK tools r3,and the
 SDK platforms:Android 1.1 Api2 r1,Android 1.5 Api3 r3, Android 1.6 Api4
 r1.
 Now, when I try to develop an application under Android SDK 1.1 or try
 to execute the samples under platform 1.1 appear this error:
        Your Project contains errors, please 

 Please , send me a detailed information about how to solve this problem
 in order to continue working with this interesting technology.
 One more question, exist documentation for each Android sdk platform ?,
 if so , where can I to obtain it ?

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 Sincerely

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Re: [android-beginners] Generating .java file from .aidl file

2010-01-22 Thread Xavier Ducrohet
This is not needed anymore.

Just create your aidl files and Eclipse will automatically compile them.

Xav

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 i am developing an android application with Eclipse/ADT.
 i want to generate .java files from the existing .aidl file for my
 application.


 i got some below hints from internet, but i could not see the below option
 in Android Tools-

 In the Package Explorer view, right-click on the project.
 Choose Android Tools  Create Aidl preprocess file for Parcelable classes.

 can anybody tell me the procedure to generate java files.

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Re: [android-beginners] Eclipse is building all projects

2010-01-21 Thread Xavier Ducrohet
In the Eclipse prefs, there's an option called Build (if required)
before launching.
It's located under Run/Debug  Launching.

If true, our custom delegate will indeed reply true, but it's
surprising that Eclipse doesn't only build the project being launched
(and dependencies).

Making the delegate return false is an option of course, but it seems
better to make sure that the project being launched gets a build
before actually launching.

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 Hi Android Beginners,

 I have a strange problem.  When I generate android projects in Eclipse
 and run them as Android Application the IDE first attempts to build
 all my other projects (Which is a considerable number and
 unnecessary).

 I have many other types of Projects: groovy, maven, ant, plain java,
 EE, web projects but this only happens with Android apps.

 This happens on brand new projects - I.e. immediately after the new
 android project wizard.
  ( this confirms there's no junk in the dependencies lit in the
 project configuration panel)


 I think it's to do with something called the launch delegate, but I
 may be wrong.

 Any thoughts or solutions are gratefully received.

 With thanks

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Re: [android-beginners] Eclipse is building all projects

2010-01-21 Thread Xavier Ducrohet
Actually the doc says this query is for whether there should be an
incremental build on the *workspace*. We should probably change it to
return false then.

Xav

On Thu, Jan 21, 2010 at 1:18 PM, Xavier Ducrohet x...@android.com wrote:
 In the Eclipse prefs, there's an option called Build (if required)
 before launching.
 It's located under Run/Debug  Launching.

 If true, our custom delegate will indeed reply true, but it's
 surprising that Eclipse doesn't only build the project being launched
 (and dependencies).

 Making the delegate return false is an option of course, but it seems
 better to make sure that the project being launched gets a build
 before actually launching.

 On Mon, Jan 18, 2010 at 12:58 PM, Rob Shepherd rgsheph...@gmail.com wrote:
 Hi Android Beginners,

 I have a strange problem.  When I generate android projects in Eclipse
 and run them as Android Application the IDE first attempts to build
 all my other projects (Which is a considerable number and
 unnecessary).

 I have many other types of Projects: groovy, maven, ant, plain java,
 EE, web projects but this only happens with Android apps.

 This happens on brand new projects - I.e. immediately after the new
 android project wizard.
  ( this confirms there's no junk in the dependencies lit in the
 project configuration panel)


 I think it's to do with something called the launch delegate, but I
 may be wrong.

 Any thoughts or solutions are gratefully received.

 With thanks

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Re: [android-beginners] Installing android SDK

2010-01-13 Thread Xavier Ducrohet
Are you sure you applied the settings when you checked the checkbox?

Xav

On Mon, Jan 11, 2010 at 11:05 AM, lewa bry.d.r...@gmail.com wrote:
 When I run SDK Setup.exe, it gives me the following error when
 trying to refresh sources:


 Failed to fetch URL 
 https://dl-ssl.google.com/android/repository/repository.xml,
 reason: HTTPS SSL error. You might want to force download through HTTP
 in the settings.


 I do as it says and enable force http, but still get the same error.
 Does this have to do with my http server/proxy settings? In the
 settings tab, they are blank.

 I'm running Windows 7. However I did try to run the installer under
 administrator mode, and in compatability mode (which shouldn't be
 necessary, Google supports vista).

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[android-beginners] Android 2.1 SDK

2010-01-11 Thread Xavier Ducrohet
Hello everyone,

We've just released the 2.1 SDK.

More info: http://android-developers.blogspot.com/2010/01/android-21-sdk.html

Enjoy!

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Re: [android-beginners] Just trying to capture screenshots

2009-12-13 Thread Xavier Ducrohet
It looks like ddms fails to run. Best is to not double click on it but
to launch it from a command prompt so that you can see the error
message.

On Sat, Dec 12, 2009 at 8:23 AM, Rob slackat...@gmail.com wrote:
 I followed all instructions, but when I get to the point of double
 clicking the ddms.bat file, I see the command prompt pop up and then
 nothing. I have tried running as an admin with the same results. What
 am I doing wrong?

 Notes:
 I have downloaded and updated android sdk
 I have downloaded and installed java_ee_sdk-5_08-jdk-6u17-windows

 Sorry if this is posted under something else, but I only got one
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Re: [android-beginners] Failure [-12]

2009-11-24 Thread Xavier Ducrohet
The list of install failure code is in the PackageManager class.

-12 is defined here:
http://android.git.kernel.org/?p=platform/frameworks/base.git;a=blob;f=core/java/android/content/pm/PackageManager.java;h=cd48dcbcba3b5886f01a986ef71cb08412505e46;hb=refs/heads/eclair#l358

Basically the minSdkVersion in your app is higher than the device you are
trying to install on.

I'm guessing this is a relative old device image? More recent device builds
properly display most errors as INSTALL_FAILED_OLDER_SDK.

Xav

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 Hi All, I tried to load an app onto the Android dev 1 phone and got
 the following message: Failure [-12]

 Does anyone know what this message means?

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Re: [android-beginners] error when starting Android project in Eclipse

2009-11-07 Thread Xavier Ducrohet
Hi,

someone else reported the problem and said restarting Eclipse fixed the issue.
We are investigating (but we're having problem reproducing it)

thanks
Xav

On Sat, Nov 7, 2009 at 1:11 AM, Marton Kodok pentiu...@gmail.com wrote:
 Hello,
 What might be wrong?
 eclipse.buildId=M20090917-0800
 java.version=1.6.0_14
 java.vendor=Sun Microsystems Inc.
 BootLoader constants: OS=win32, ARCH=x86, WS=win32, NL=hu_HU
 Framework arguments:  -product org.eclipse.epp.package.java.product
 Command-line arguments:  -os win32 -ws win32 -arch x86 -product
 org.eclipse.epp.package.java.product

 Error
 Sat Nov 07 11:06:58 EET 2009
 An internal error occurred during: Launching test1.
 java.lang.NullPointerException
 at
 com.android.ide.eclipse.adt.internal.launch.AndroidLaunchController.launch(Unknown
 Source)
 at
 com.android.ide.eclipse.adt.internal.launch.LaunchConfigDelegate.doLaunch(Unknown
 Source)
 at
 com.android.ide.eclipse.adt.internal.launch.LaunchConfigDelegate.launch(Unknown
 Source)
 at
 org.eclipse.debug.internal.core.LaunchConfiguration.launch(LaunchConfiguration.java:853)
 at
 org.eclipse.debug.internal.core.LaunchConfiguration.launch(LaunchConfiguration.java:703)
 at
 org.eclipse.debug.internal.ui.DebugUIPlugin.buildAndLaunch(DebugUIPlugin.java:866)
 at
 org.eclipse.debug.internal.ui.DebugUIPlugin$8.run(DebugUIPlugin.java:1069)
 at org.eclipse.core.internal.jobs.Worker.run(Worker.java:55)
 and second error
 Unable to restore source lookup path - unknown type source container type
 specified: org.eclipse.cdt.debug.core.containerType.mapping
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[android-beginners] Problem with Ubuntu 9.10? Please read!

2009-11-02 Thread Xavier Ducrohet
Hello everyone,

several people are reporting problems when using the SDK manager with
ubunto 9.10

We are looking into it, but some people found a workaround:
In your terminal run
export GDK_NATIVE_WINDOWS=true

and then run your android tools.

For more information and links to some related bugs see
http://groups.google.com/group/android-developers/msg/4d575f3ae8250312

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Re: [android-beginners] Installing Eclipse and Android etc WOES!!!

2009-11-02 Thread Xavier Ducrohet
if you really cannot download using the Eclipse update site, try this:
http://developer.android.com/sdk/eclipse-adt.html#troubleshooting

Xav

On Fri, Oct 30, 2009 at 3:13 AM, elpuerco elpuerco1...@googlemail.com wrote:
 Hi,

 I am just about ready to throw my computer out of the window due to
 the problems I am having just trying to get this stuff setup let alone
 start coding!

 Everything I try to do just error when trying to install the ADT or
 update SDK via update manager errors!

 Is anyone actually using this stuff?

 https://dl-ssl.google.com/android/eclipse/ or 
 http://dl-ssl.google.com/android/eclipse/
 constantly gives me server not found or connection failure.  I have
 also got colleagues to start from scratch and try it to ensure it is
 not me but they get the same!

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[android-beginners] Re: Motorola Droid Virtual Device

2009-10-30 Thread Xavier Ducrohet

Can you define way too small and way too big.

For instance, if you scale it down, use a tape measurer to check that
it displays (or not) the diagonal size you entered. Also check the
monitor resolution you entered. You can use the '?' button to get an
estimate.

As for way too big, it's actually not. The Droid resolution 854x480 is
actually pretty big, but it's because the screen density (close to
240) is 2.5x to 3x the density of a typical monitor. If you don't use
the scaling feature, the emulator show a pixel perfect rendering. It's
just that your monitor pixel are 3 times bigger.

Xav

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jacobglad...@yahoo.com wrote:

 I'm trying to work through device independent UI layouts and such. I'd
 like to setup a virtual device that is sized appropriately for the
 Motorola Droid handset to be released on verizon's network. In the
 Android SDK and AVD Manager, I created a new virtual device with the
 WVGA854 skin, targetint Android 2.0 SDK. When I launch the AVD, it
 prompts me to Scale the display to real size. When I choose to do
 that, the AVD looks way too small, when I don't do that, it's looks
 way too big. Am I doing something wrong? Has anyone setup an AVD to do
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[android-beginners] Re: Fresh Android 2.0 instance gives error on Accounts screen

2009-10-30 Thread Xavier Ducrohet

This is a known issue. The settings to see current accounts is missing
from the build. You can use the email app to add an account if you
want.

Xav

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 I downloaded the Android SDK for the first time yesterday, and
 installed all of the available packages.  I created a new virtual
 device using Android 2.0 (API Level 5).  When I go into the Contacts
 app, hit menu, and then select Accounts, the contacts app dies with
 this error:

 The process android.process.acore has stopped unexpectedly. Please try
 again.

 I'm running the emulator on Windows Vista Ultimate 32-bit.

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[android-beginners] Re: Including 3rd party jars in Android App

2009-10-29 Thread Xavier Ducrohet

Are you sure that your jar file doesn't depend on another jar file?

Xav

On Wed, Oct 28, 2009 at 9:32 PM, sundancebleu sundanceb...@gmail.com wrote:

 Thanks for the reply.  I actually tried that, but it still doesn't
 work.  I get the following error (not sure if this helps):

 10-29 03:48:46.469: WARN/dalvikvm(721): Unable to resolve superclass
 of Lcom/roger/framework/util/StringUtils; (480)
 10-29 03:48:46.469: WARN/dalvikvm(721): Link of class 'Lcom/roger/
 framework/util/StringUtils;' failed
 10-29 03:48:46.469: ERROR/dalvikvm(721): Could not find method
 com.roger.framework.util.StringUtils.indexOfIgnoreCase, referenced
 from method com.roger.location.AgentAddressHelper.parseResults
 10-29 03:48:46.469: WARN/dalvikvm(721): VFY: unable to resolve static
 method 1868: Lcom/roger/framework/util/StringUtils;.indexOfIgnoreCase
 (Ljava/lang/String;Ljava/lang/String;)I


 I also seem to be getting a VerifyError

 Any ideas?  Thanks,

 - Roger


 On Oct 28, 12:17 pm, Xavier Ducrohet x...@android.com wrote:
 uses-library is for shared library which you cannot add yourself.

 You should simply have to put the jar file in your project folder and,
 from Eclipse, do a right click on it from the Package Explorer and
 choose Add to build path

 Xav

 On Tue, Oct 27, 2009 at 5:15 PM, sundancebleu sundanceb...@gmail.com wrote:

  I'm hoping someone can help, when I try including a custom jar file I
  built in another java project through eclipse (in my build path), I
  get a could not find method error when I try to run.  When I put a
  uses-library in the manifest.xml, I get an
  INSTALL_FAILED_MISSING_SHARED_LIBRARY error when the app tries to
  install on the emulator.  Do I need to build the library as part of my
  AVD?  if so, how do I do that?  Thanks in advance.

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[android-beginners] Re: SDK r3 not working on Mac?

2009-10-29 Thread Xavier Ducrohet

ah yeah that's a problem.

It looks like we removed this enforcing of 1.5 from the DDMS/Traceview
but we forgot to remove it from android.

We're going to fix this, but in the mean time you can either reorder
your java priorities as Chris said, or you can replace the line 69 in
tools/android:

java_cmd=/System/Library/Frameworks/JavaVM.framework/Versions/1.5/Commands/java
by
java_cmd=java

Xav


On Wed, Oct 28, 2009 at 4:23 PM, Chris Garman cgarma...@gmail.com wrote:

 I had the same problem as the original poster.  It looks like my
 access rights were all correct.

 Here's a theory though.  Check your Java Preferences (Applications-
Utilities-Java Preferences) to see which is the preferred order of
 Java for your Java Applications.  Initially my ordering was this: Java
 6 (64-bit), Java 5 (64-bit), Java 5 (32-bit), Java 1.4.2 (32-bit).  In
 the android script, it explicitly calls to the 1.5 version of java,
 which, given my preferences, ran the 64-bit version of Java 5.   So
 the android script explicitly calls Java 5, to avoid running in 64-bit
 mode, but the preferences dictate to use the 64-bit version of Java 5,
 and thus it does.

 Here's the snippet from tools/android:
 # Mac OS X needs an additional arg, or you get an illegal thread
 complaint.
 if [ `uname` = Darwin ]; then
    os_opts=-XstartOnFirstThread
    #because Java 1.6 is 64 bits only and SWT doesn't support this, we
 force the usage of java 1.5
    java_cmd=/System/Library/Frameworks/JavaVM.framework/Versions/1.5/
 Commands/java
 .

 Initially changing java_cmd from /System/Library/Frameworks/
 JavaVM.framework/Versions/1.5/Commands/java to java worked for me
 (so this switched from 1.5 (64-bit) to 1.6(64-bit).  I played with a
 few combinations and here are my results:

 Java 1.6 (64-bit) - works
 Java 1.5 (64-bit) - does not work
 Java 1.5 (32-bit) - works

 So my guess is that you need the right combination of java_cmd in the
 android script and Java Preferences to get it to work correctly.


 On Oct 28, 1:34 pm, Xavier Ducrohet x...@android.com wrote:
 This really shouldn't be necessary. Can you check the access rights on
 the files you extracted?

 Xav





 On Tue, Oct 27, 2009 at 3:20 PM, fern f...@happyfern.com wrote:

  I just did this:

  1) download sdk (android-sdk_r3-mac.zip)
   (good so far)
  2) extract sdk (unzip android-sdk_r3-mac.zip)
   (yup, extracts all fine and dandy)
  3) add sdk to path (export ANDROID_SDK_HOME, export PATH=${PATH}:$
  {ANDROID_SDK_HOME}/tools )
   (ok, I can now execute any command, android, adb, etc)

  4) try to run android udpate sdk as the Readme.txt says to:

  android update sdk
  No command line parameters provided, launching UI.
  See 'android --help' for operations from the command line.

  But nothing.  The UI doesn't come up.  Nothing happens.  But then, if
  I run it with sudo, it now launches the UI.  What's going on?  Can I
  please fix this, I don't want to run everything with sudo.

  sudo android update sdk
  No command line parameters provided, launching UI.
  See 'android --help' for operations from the command line.
  --- NOW THE UI POPS UP ---

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[android-beginners] Re: ADT 0.9.4 not working on Mac 10.6 (at least for me)

2009-10-29 Thread Xavier Ducrohet

You mean you're not seeing the android preferences panel in the main
Eclipse prefs window?

Can you post your log file? It's in your workspace: workspace/.metadata/.log

thanks
Xav

On Wed, Oct 28, 2009 at 6:51 AM, Carl cbarto...@gmail.com wrote:

 First, let me say I just did this last week with 0.9.3 and SDK 1.6
 successfully so I do know how to do it... :)

 I have built a clean OSX installation and installed Eclipse 3.5,
 downloaded SDK R3 for Mac and installed ADT as instructed.

 When I click the Android icon on the toolbar it gives me the familiar
 message that I have not setup the location of the SDK but when I click
 the button it never brings up the window to set it up.

 So, if I try to create an Android application there is no target to
 select since no emulators, etc. have been created.

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[android-beginners] Re: Including 3rd party jars in Android App

2009-10-28 Thread Xavier Ducrohet

uses-library is for shared library which you cannot add yourself.

You should simply have to put the jar file in your project folder and,
from Eclipse, do a right click on it from the Package Explorer and
choose Add to build path

Xav

On Tue, Oct 27, 2009 at 5:15 PM, sundancebleu sundanceb...@gmail.com wrote:

 I'm hoping someone can help, when I try including a custom jar file I
 built in another java project through eclipse (in my build path), I
 get a could not find method error when I try to run.  When I put a
 uses-library in the manifest.xml, I get an
 INSTALL_FAILED_MISSING_SHARED_LIBRARY error when the app tries to
 install on the emulator.  Do I need to build the library as part of my
 AVD?  if so, how do I do that?  Thanks in advance.

 




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[android-beginners] Re: SDK r3 not working on Mac?

2009-10-28 Thread Xavier Ducrohet

This really shouldn't be necessary. Can you check the access rights on
the files you extracted?

Xav

On Tue, Oct 27, 2009 at 3:20 PM, fern f...@happyfern.com wrote:

 I just did this:

 1) download sdk (android-sdk_r3-mac.zip)
  (good so far)
 2) extract sdk (unzip android-sdk_r3-mac.zip)
  (yup, extracts all fine and dandy)
 3) add sdk to path (export ANDROID_SDK_HOME, export PATH=${PATH}:$
 {ANDROID_SDK_HOME}/tools )
  (ok, I can now execute any command, android, adb, etc)

 4) try to run android udpate sdk as the Readme.txt says to:

 android update sdk
 No command line parameters provided, launching UI.
 See 'android --help' for operations from the command line.

 But nothing.  The UI doesn't come up.  Nothing happens.  But then, if
 I run it with sudo, it now launches the UI.  What's going on?  Can I
 please fix this, I don't want to run everything with sudo.

 sudo android update sdk
 No command line parameters provided, launching UI.
 See 'android --help' for operations from the command line.
 --- NOW THE UI POPS UP ---

 




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[android-beginners] Re: Skipping the long load time by having the emulator on all the time

2009-10-23 Thread Xavier Ducrohet

On Thu, Oct 22, 2009 at 8:00 PM, Indicator Veritatis mej1...@yahoo.com wrote:
 But can't one of you Android SDK hotshots just grep the
 resources for the SDK (or is it the ADT) for the word 'push'? You will
 find it faster than I would (by either above method) if you do. Or do
 you think this message is really coming from the emulator itself?

Yes, the important part of the error is coming from the package
manager on the device, ADT then wrap this up is a normal message (or
in some case we rewrite it completely so that it's easier to
understand).

If you check the package manager code, there are a LOT of reasons for
installations to fail.

Xav
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[android-beginners] Re: Help! I get this error message concerning the AVD

2009-10-16 Thread Xavier Ducrohet
Hello all,

yes it looks like there's a bug in the emulator where it can't deal with
those characters in the path.

To fix this you can override the location where all the android tools look
for those files.

create a system wide environment variable called ANDROID_SDK_HOME and
containing a path that doesn't include those non ascci char.
The android tools will create a .android folder in it, and the emulator
will access it too.

We'll see about fixing the emulator too.

Xav

On Wed, Oct 14, 2009 at 10:41 PM, andres andres...@gmail.com wrote:


 I'm having the same issue. how can I locate the file, and how can I
 send it to you?

 I tried to recreate it multiple times, repair it using the command
 line and Eclipse's UI (same thing I guess).

 On Oct 2, 12:43 am, Xavier Ducrohet x...@android.com wrote:
  This is very strange. you could try to fix the config file with
 
  android update avd --name name
 
  If that doesn't help can you send the file to me?
 
  xav
 
 
 
 
 
  On Wed, Sep 30, 2009 at 3:21 PM, PeterBrynte peter.bry...@gmail.com
 wrote:
 
   When trying to run my first attempt to an android app I get this error
   message concerning the AVD:
   [2009-09-30 23:57:00 - Emulator]emulator: ERROR: no search paths found
   in this AVD's configuration.
   [2009-09-30 23:57:00 - Emulator]Weird, the AVD's config.ini file is
   malformed. Try re-creating it.
   [2009-09-30 23:57:00 - Emulator]
 
   contents of the config.ini-file are:
   skin.name=HVGA
   skin.path=platforms\android-1.5\skins\HVGA
   image.sysdir.2=platforms\android-1.5\images\
   image.sysdir.1=add-ons\google_apis-3\images\
   Please tell me, what is wrong ?
 
   Kind regards
 
   Peter Brynte
 
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Re: Please HELP -- RE: [android-beginners] Re: Unsubscribe

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The unsubscribe email address in the footer should be fixed now.

Just email 
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 Did that, but android-beginners doesn't show on my list of groups.

 Seems I'm not the only one suffering from inescapable phantom
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  4) Click Unsubscribe
 
 How can I click 'unsubscribe' when the group won't even show me as
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Re: Please HELP -- RE: [android-beginners] Re: Unsubscribe

2009-10-16 Thread Xavier Ducrohet
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Use 
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I'll make sure the footer for this group gets fixed.

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 The unsubscribe email address in the footer should be fixed now.

 Just email 
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  3) Click Edit My Membership

 Did that, but android-beginners doesn't show on my list of groups.

 Seems I'm not the only one suffering from inescapable phantom
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  4) Click Unsubscribe
 
 How can I click 'unsubscribe' when the group won't even show me as
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[android-beginners] Re: R.java sometimes doen not refresh itself in eclipse

2009-10-14 Thread Xavier Ducrohet
Did you uncheck Project  Build Automatically?
Launching the project forces a compile so that may be what is happening.

Xav

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 I have notices that R.java sometimes noes not refresh when I edit (and
 save) an XML file.  The only way I have been able to get around this
 is to attempt to run the project, this seems to fix it.  This is
 however kind of annoying, does anyone know a better way around this
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[android-beginners] Re: Multiple SDK version HOWTO?

2009-10-07 Thread Xavier Ducrohet

Starting with Android 1.5 SDK, the SDK isn't tied to a specific
version of Android anymore.

Instead the SDK is a combo of the following components:
- The tools (DDMS, adb, etc..)
- The documentation
- One, or more, platforms, ie you could have 1.1, 1.5, and 1.6 in your
SDK (and any platforms we release in the future)
- add-ons (for instance of the Google API add-on which exists for 1.5 and 1.6).

This requires a recent ADT, to deal with the change in the SDK structure.

From there, whenever you create a new project you must select what a
platform you want to compile for, and when launching an emulator you
can target which platform to run as well by creating AVDs
(http://d.android.com/guide/developing/tools/avd.html).
You could defintively have in the same workspace  1.1 projects
alongside 1.5 and 1.6 projects (or even projects targeting add-ons).

If you are still using the original 1.1 SDK, I _highly_ recommend that
you download the latest SDK* and add 1.1 support to it via the SDK
updater (http://d.android.com/guide/developing/updating-sdk.html)

* the latest SDK is called Android 1.6 SDK but it's a misnomer
really. It's just that it's the one that introduces the 1.6 component
to the SDK. It can actually support 1.5 (which is in fact
pre-packaged) and 1.1 (available as a separate download, see doc about
SDK updater). We will probably straighten out how we name SDKs in the
near future.

Xav

On Wed, Oct 7, 2009 at 9:34 AM, Justin Anderson janderson@gmail.com wrote:
 As far as I am aware the only way to do that is to either specify the
 minimum SDK version as 1.1 and only use features from that SDK (it should
 still run on 1.5 and 1.6) or to have separate apps with different packages,
 etc...

 Thanks,
 Justin

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 I need to be able to target 1.1 and 1.5/6 versions of the SDK for
 projects. What the best practice for running multiple versions of the
 SDK? Can I have them all in the same Eclipse install? Or should I use
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[android-beginners] Re: EclipseIDE for Java Developers galileo install plug in problem

2009-10-06 Thread Xavier Ducrohet

The 2 problems are completely unrelated.

Yes, the plug-ins are not signed. Just install them anyway.

Sometimes, when you create a project, the java builder doesn't see the
new gen folder. Either clean your project or do a minor edit in the
java source code. It should recompile your project without errors.

Xav

On Tue, Oct 6, 2009 at 1:41 AM, Cyberobot li.jac...@gmail.com wrote:

 Hi all,

  I have problem to install ADT-0.9.3 to galileo.
  I always get security warning message of
 com.android.ide.clipse.adt_0.9.3 v200909031112-12945.jar and
 ddms_0.9.3 v200909031112-12945.jar that contains unsigned content.
 However, if I continue with the installation, I will get missing
 following errors when I create android project:
  missing required source folder: 'gen'
  The project cannot be build until build path errors are resolved

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[android-beginners] Re: api key

2009-10-05 Thread Xavier Ducrohet

It's all explained here:
http://code.google.com/android/add-ons/google-apis/mapkey.html

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[android-beginners] Re: Help! I get this error message concerning the AVD

2009-10-01 Thread Xavier Ducrohet

This is very strange. you could try to fix the config file with

android update avd --name name

If that doesn't help can you send the file to me?

xav

On Wed, Sep 30, 2009 at 3:21 PM, PeterBrynte peter.bry...@gmail.com wrote:

 When trying to run my first attempt to an android app I get this error
 message concerning the AVD:
 [2009-09-30 23:57:00 - Emulator]emulator: ERROR: no search paths found
 in this AVD's configuration.
 [2009-09-30 23:57:00 - Emulator]Weird, the AVD's config.ini file is
 malformed. Try re-creating it.
 [2009-09-30 23:57:00 - Emulator]

 contents of the config.ini-file are:
 skin.name=HVGA
 skin.path=platforms\android-1.5\skins\HVGA
 image.sysdir.2=platforms\android-1.5\images\
 image.sysdir.1=add-ons\google_apis-3\images\
 Please tell me, what is wrong ?

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[android-beginners] Re: Problems with the tutorials and SDK/Emulator 1.6

2009-10-01 Thread Xavier Ducrohet

I have no idea what the problem is, but you should look at the output
from logcat.

This is where the relevant information regarding the app crashing is.

Xav

On Tue, Sep 29, 2009 at 6:59 PM, baumer miketissenb...@gmail.com wrote:

 I've been working my way through the tutorials from the Android
 Development page and had two major problems/errors come up while
 running the 1.6 emulator.

 When trying to run HelloTableLayout from the tutorial I get the error
 The application Hello Table Layout (process
 com.example.hellotablelayout) has stopped unexpectedly. Please try
 again.

 I get the same thing even when I copy and paste the code directly from
 the example code from the website.

 I'm having another problem with the HelloRelativeLayout tutorial,
 where no matter what I do the two radio buttons end up aligned on the
 left side of the screen (not the right) and one on top of the other
 (not on the same line).

 Again same thing happens even when I copy and paste the code off the
 site.

 Am I missing something here of is it just something to do with the new
 SDK and Emulator?

 Really appreciate any help/advice,

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[android-beginners] Re: Cant install ADT plugin for Eclipse

2009-09-25 Thread Xavier Ducrohet

Install the Classic version. We are investigating what is going on,
but it looks like a problem on Eclipse's update sites.

Xav

On Thu, Sep 24, 2009 at 8:43 PM, Stephen slubow...@gmail.com wrote:

 On 2 different machines (with clean galileo installs) the ADT plugin
 fails to load both remotely and trying to import from the zip archive.
 The error is as follows:

 An error occurred while collecting items to be installed
  session context was:(profile=epp.package.java,
 phase=org.eclipse.equinox.internal.provisional.p2.engine.phases.Collect,
 operand=, action=).
  No repository found containing: osgi.bundle,org.eclipse.ant.ui,
 3.4.1.v20090901_r351
  No repository found containing: osgi.bundle,org.eclipse.cvs,
 1.0.300.v200909170800
  No repository found containing: osgi.bundle,org.eclipse.jdt,
 3.5.1.v200909170800
  No repository found containing: osgi.bundle,org.eclipse.jdt.apt.core,
 3.3.201.R35x_v20090818-0235
  No repository found containing:
 osgi.bundle,org.eclipse.jdt.apt.pluggable.core,
 1.0.201.R35x_v20090818-0225
  No repository found containing:
 osgi.bundle,org.eclipse.jdt.compiler.apt,1.0.201.R35x_v20090825-1530
  No repository found containing:
 osgi.bundle,org.eclipse.jdt.compiler.tool,1.0.100.v_972_R35x
  No repository found containing: osgi.bundle,org.eclipse.jdt.core,
 3.5.1.v_972_R35x
  No repository found containing: osgi.bundle,org.eclipse.jdt.debug.ui,
 3.4.1.v20090811_r351
  No repository found containing: osgi.bundle,org.eclipse.jdt.doc.user,
 3.5.1.r351_v20090821-0800
  No repository found containing: osgi.bundle,org.eclipse.jdt.junit,
 3.5.1.r351_v20090708-0800
  No repository found containing: osgi.bundle,org.eclipse.jdt.ui,
 3.5.1.r351_v20090821-0800
  No repository found containing: osgi.bundle,org.eclipse.team.cvs.ui,
 3.3.201.R35x_v20090826-0905
  No repository found containing: osgi.bundle,org.eclipse.ui.views.log,
 1.0.100.v20090731
  No repository found containing:
 osgi.bundle,org.junit4,4.5.0.v20090824
  No repository found containing:
 org.eclipse.update.feature,org.eclipse.cvs,
 1.1.101.R35x_v20090811-7E79FEd9KKF5H2YDWFLLBL01A16
  No repository found containing: binary,org.eclipse.cvs_root,
 1.1.101.R35x_v20090811-7E79FEd9KKF5H2YDWFLLBL01A16
  No repository found containing:
 org.eclipse.update.feature,org.eclipse.jdt,
 3.5.1.r351_v20090810-0600-7r88FEoFI0WTo6Az-1qFRHm37ChJ
  No repository found containing: binary,org.eclipse.jdt_root,
 3.5.1.r351_v20090810-0600-7r88FEoFI0WTo6Az-1qFRHm37ChJ

 Can anybody point in the right direction? Thanks
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[android-beginners] Re: About ERROR: unknown virtual device name: 'myavd'

2009-09-16 Thread Xavier Ducrohet

Nicolas,

what's the problem exactly? To be honest, nothing has been done on the
AVD handling since this thread was originally created.

Xav

On Wed, Sep 16, 2009 at 4:32 AM, Nicolas Gramlich stoeps...@gmx.de wrote:

 Hi,

 just tried this again with the ADT 0.9.3 (downloaded today) and
 Android 1.6 r1 (also from today) and in the Virtual Devices-Window I
 can see my newly created AVD with a green checker to the left: A
 valid Android Virtual Device.

 ANDROID_SDK_HOME is properly set to C:\Users\nico; for user and
 system-environment variables.

 I can also see the emulator-image being properly created in C:\Users
 \nico\.android\avd\Emu_1_6.avd\userdata.img.

 I'm using Windows7 RC 64Bit with a 64 Bit JDK and Eclipse is running
 (or has to run) with its own 32 Bit JRE.

 Any ideas?


 On 27 Aug., 03:21, Xavier Ducrohet x...@android.com wrote:
 On Wed, Aug 26, 2009 at 4:21 AM, Phoenixphoenixsen...@gmail.com wrote:

  On Aug 25, 4:41 pm, Xavier Ducrohet x...@android.com wrote:
  I see that you have changed the location of the user folders (in S:
  instead of C:)

  There are user folders on both S: and C:.  Only the Desktop and My
  Documents special folders are on S:.  Everything else (including App
  Data) is on C:.  [The documents are shared between operating systems
  on different partitions]

  Android (or Eclipse?) has been the only thing to use S:.

  When the user location is not the default one, we have seen some cases
  where windows reports the location of the user folder differently
  depending on which API you use (the command line tool and Eclipse use
  a Java API, while the emulator use a windows C++ API).

  That would explain why the command line tools and Eclipse could see
  my_avd just fine, but the emulator could not find it.

  But, shouldn't Android be set up to use HOMEDRIVE/HOMEPATH?  Standard
  environment variables.

 I think there are difference on XP/Vista which makes using those hard
 to use (back in the previous SDK we were using LOCALAPPDATA but we
 ended up having the same problem).

 What we use on java is the user.home property setup by the VM. Looks
 like the Java VM thinks your home is in S:\...
 I look again into these 2 env variables and see if they could be used.

  Also, a single line in the installation instructions could have
  prevented this confusion.  When Android can see the AVD from the
  command line and the Eclipse gui, but not from the emulator, and no
  explanation is given (especially on the first test project), it's ...
  disheartening.

 I agree. We should at least have the emulator output a message saying
 where it's looking for the AVD and how to fix the problem if it's not
 where the AVDs are created.

  In any event, with the ANDROID_SDK_HOME variable set to the S:
  home (which is not the real home directory, that is on C:), the
  emulator now works.

 Well we don't want to go and set a permanent env on your machine. I
 guess we could but relying on existing standard env variables should
 be better. I mean, what happens if the user removes it or change the
 location of his/her home folder but doesn't update this?

 In any case we do need to find a solution.

 Xav
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[android-beginners] Re: Android 1.6 SDK is here!

2009-09-16 Thread Xavier Ducrohet

Oops, thanks for the info Kent!

Xav

On Wed, Sep 16, 2009 at 8:22 AM, Kent Loobey k...@uoregon.edu wrote:

 On Tuesday 15 September 2009 15:22:07 Xavier Ducrohet wrote:
 http://android-developers.blogspot.com/2009/09/android-16-sdk-is-here.html

 Enjoy!

 From the following link:
 http://developer.android.com/sdk/download.html?v=ADT-0.9.3.zip

 I downloaded ADT-0.9.3.zip.  I then clicked on the link to:
 http://developer.android.com/sdk/0.9.3/upgrading.html

 to read the upgrade notes and got the following resullt:

 Error 404
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[android-beginners] Re: Must have missed something...1.5-1.6

2009-09-16 Thread Xavier Ducrohet

I'm guessing this is Eclipse showing you that?

If so, can you post your .log file (located in your workspace in the
.metadata folder)
(it may be big, try to only post the end of it, or whatever part
contain the error)

thanks
xav

On Wed, Sep 16, 2009 at 5:51 AM, Michael Dorin bsddo...@gmail.com wrote:

 I thought I followed all the instructions to update the SDK.
 I have updated a couple projects and no errors are shown.
 When I attempt to launch though, I get:

 'Launching ...' has encountered a problem.
 An internal error occurred during: Launching ... 

 java.lang.NullPointerException

 I am running on vista.

 Any ideas as to what I may have done wrong?

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[android-beginners] Re: Must have missed something...1.5-1.6

2009-09-16 Thread Xavier Ducrohet

Hmm this shouldn't have been needed. I'll try to reproduce it here.

Xav

On Wed, Sep 16, 2009 at 8:43 AM, Michael Dorin bsddo...@gmail.com wrote:

 Found it.
 I didn't re-do the run configuration for my project.
 Once I did that it started to work.

 -Mike

 On Wed, Sep 16, 2009 at 10:34 AM, Xavier Ducrohet x...@android.com wrote:

 I'm guessing this is Eclipse showing you that?

 If so, can you post your .log file (located in your workspace in the
 .metadata folder)
 (it may be big, try to only post the end of it, or whatever part
 contain the error)

 thanks
 xav

 On Wed, Sep 16, 2009 at 5:51 AM, Michael Dorin bsddo...@gmail.com wrote:

 I thought I followed all the instructions to update the SDK.
 I have updated a couple projects and no errors are shown.
 When I attempt to launch though, I get:

 'Launching ...' has encountered a problem.
 An internal error occurred during: Launching ... 

 java.lang.NullPointerException

 I am running on vista.

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[android-beginners] Re: Android 1.6 SDK is here!

2009-09-16 Thread Xavier Ducrohet

When did you download the SDK?
See my other message sent last night:
http://groups.google.com/group/android-beginners/msg/c8ac776bd538f8f6

Xav

On Wed, Sep 16, 2009 at 10:32 AM, Natalya Dobry natalyado...@gmail.com wrote:
 I downloaded the SDK 1.6 , i run emulator and i do not see TTS and other
 feature why ?
 Natalya

 On Wed, Sep 16, 2009 at 6:18 PM, Romain Guy romain...@google.com wrote:

 Hi Neil,

 Sorry for that. Unfortunately we cannot fix all known bugs, we have to
 prioritize. Last time I checked we fixed more than 1,300 bugs from our
 internal database in Donut btw :)

 On Wed, Sep 16, 2009 at 6:04 AM, Neil neilb...@gmail.com wrote:
 
  I'm very disappointed that bluetooth still doesn't seem to be fixed.
 
  I'm specifically interested in these issues - not being able to use
  handsfree:
  http://code.google.com/p/android/issues/detail?id=2647
  http://code.google.com/p/android/issues/detail?id=2855
 
  Neil
 
 
  On Sep 16, 12:22 am, Xavier Ducrohet x...@android.com wrote:
 
  http://android-developers.blogspot.com/2009/09/android-16-sdk-is-here...
 
  Enjoy!
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[android-beginners] Re: Android 1.6 SDK is here!

2009-09-16 Thread Xavier Ducrohet

What do you mean by TTS is not there (What did you try exactly)?

Did you go to Settings  Speech Synthesis ? The Listen to an example
item should be enabled.

Xav

On Wed, Sep 16, 2009 at 11:37 AM, Natalya Dobry natalyado...@gmail.com wrote:
 I downloaded the new one i see Google Map but TTS and Speech recognition is
 not there
 PS: I work on emulator
 May be  i need to download the libraries from some where can you gave me the
 link ?

 On Wed, Sep 16, 2009 at 9:03 PM, Natalya Dobry natalyado...@gmail.com
 wrote:

 I will try to download the new one but the Speech recognition i do not
 have too.

 On Wed, Sep 16, 2009 at 8:40 PM, Xavier Ducrohet x...@android.com wrote:

 When did you download the SDK?
 See my other message sent last night:
 http://groups.google.com/group/android-beginners/msg/c8ac776bd538f8f6

 Xav

 On Wed, Sep 16, 2009 at 10:32 AM, Natalya Dobry natalyado...@gmail.com
 wrote:
  I downloaded the SDK 1.6 , i run emulator and i do not see TTS and
  other
  feature why ?
  Natalya
 
  On Wed, Sep 16, 2009 at 6:18 PM, Romain Guy romain...@google.com
  wrote:
 
  Hi Neil,
 
  Sorry for that. Unfortunately we cannot fix all known bugs, we have to
  prioritize. Last time I checked we fixed more than 1,300 bugs from our
  internal database in Donut btw :)
 
  On Wed, Sep 16, 2009 at 6:04 AM, Neil neilb...@gmail.com wrote:
  
   I'm very disappointed that bluetooth still doesn't seem to be fixed.
  
   I'm specifically interested in these issues - not being able to use
   handsfree:
   http://code.google.com/p/android/issues/detail?id=2647
   http://code.google.com/p/android/issues/detail?id=2855
  
   Neil
  
  
   On Sep 16, 12:22 am, Xavier Ducrohet x...@android.com wrote:
  
  
   http://android-developers.blogspot.com/2009/09/android-16-sdk-is-here...
  
   Enjoy!
   --
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   Android Developer Tools Engineer
   Google Inc.
   
  
 
 
 
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  romain...@android.com
 
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[android-beginners] Re: Android 1.6 SDK is here!

2009-09-16 Thread Xavier Ducrohet

this release is for the SDK. Device updates are completely unrelated to this.

Xav

On Wed, Sep 16, 2009 at 12:30 PM, Nox v.beh...@googlemail.com wrote:

 Hello everybody,
 I´m new with Android and I´ve got a Samsung Galaxy, but it doesn´t
 display that there´s an update!!!

 Do you know what to do???


 Thanks in advance
 Viktor

 On 16 Sep., 20:58, Natalya Dobry natalyado...@gmail.com wrote:
 Ok Thanks a lot , I found it, i thought that it is should looks like in
 Video guide.
 How can i found speech recognition ?
 in SDK 1.5 i had speech recognition enabled i saw the microphone symbol near
 the google search but now
 i do not see it.Can you help me with this.

 Regards,
 Natalya

 On Wed, Sep 16, 2009 at 9:47 PM, Xavier Ducrohet x...@android.com wrote:

  What do you mean by TTS is not there (What did you try exactly)?

  Did you go to Settings  Speech Synthesis ? The Listen to an example
  item should be enabled.

  Xav

  On Wed, Sep 16, 2009 at 11:37 AM, Natalya Dobry natalyado...@gmail.com
  wrote:
   I downloaded the new one i see Google Map but TTS and Speech recognition
  is
   not there
   PS: I work on emulator
   May be  i need to download the libraries from some where can you gave me
  the
   link ?

   On Wed, Sep 16, 2009 at 9:03 PM, Natalya Dobry natalyado...@gmail.com
   wrote:

   I will try to download the new one but the Speech recognition i do not
   have too.

   On Wed, Sep 16, 2009 at 8:40 PM, Xavier Ducrohet x...@android.com
  wrote:

   When did you download the SDK?
   See my other message sent last night:
  http://groups.google.com/group/android-beginners/msg/c8ac776bd538f8f6

   Xav

   On Wed, Sep 16, 2009 at 10:32 AM, Natalya Dobry 
  natalyado...@gmail.com
   wrote:
I downloaded the SDK 1.6 , i run emulator and i do not see TTS and
other
feature why ?
Natalya

On Wed, Sep 16, 2009 at 6:18 PM, Romain Guy romain...@google.com
wrote:

Hi Neil,

Sorry for that. Unfortunately we cannot fix all known bugs, we have
  to
prioritize. Last time I checked we fixed more than 1,300 bugs from
  our
internal database in Donut btw :)

On Wed, Sep 16, 2009 at 6:04 AM, Neil neilb...@gmail.com wrote:

 I'm very disappointed that bluetooth still doesn't seem to be
  fixed.

 I'm specifically interested in these issues - not being able to
  use
 handsfree:
http://code.google.com/p/android/issues/detail?id=2647
http://code.google.com/p/android/issues/detail?id=2855

 Neil

 On Sep 16, 12:22 am, Xavier Ducrohet x...@android.com wrote:

 http://android-developers.blogspot.com/2009/09/android-16-sdk-is-here...

 Enjoy!
 --
 Xavier Ducrohet
 Android Developer Tools Engineer
 Google Inc.

--
Romain Guy
Android framework engineer
romain...@android.com

Note: please don't send private questions to me, as I don't have
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to provide private support.  All such questions should be posted on
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[android-beginners] Android 1.6 SDK is here!

2009-09-15 Thread Xavier Ducrohet

http://android-developers.blogspot.com/2009/09/android-16-sdk-is-here.html

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[android-beginners] Re: aapt is present - Hello, World application.

2009-09-15 Thread Xavier Ducrohet

Can use execute aapt manually from the command line?
What OS are you running?

On Sat, Sep 12, 2009 at 3:46 PM, Lee Jarvis ljjar...@googlemail.com wrote:

 Hey guys, I'm trying to run the hello world application from the
 documentation example, but to no avail..

 This is my error:

 Error executing aapt. Please check aapt is present at /home/haze/
 android/platforms/android-1.1/tools/aapt

 $ ls /home/haze/android/platforms/android-1.1/tools/
 aapt  aidl  dexdump  dx  lib

 aapt is also executable, so I'm not quite sure what the problem is. I
 realize this question has been asked many times before, but even with
 that I was unable to resolve it.

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[android-beginners] Re: Android 1.6 SDK is here!

2009-09-15 Thread Xavier Ducrohet

A last minute mix-up had us upload the wrong SDK packages :(

The only difference is the lack of TTS language files and of the
Accessibility apps (TalkBack, SoundBack and KickBack)

If you don't care about this you can keep using your 1.6 SDK. If you
care about these features, I've just uploaded the correct archives.

We apologize for the inconvenience.

Xav

On Tue, Sep 15, 2009 at 3:22 PM, Xavier Ducrohet x...@android.com wrote:
 http://android-developers.blogspot.com/2009/09/android-16-sdk-is-here.html

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[android-beginners] Re: findViewById bug or documentation problem

2009-09-11 Thread Xavier Ducrohet

Looks like the page has some id attribute with the proper namespace
prefix and some that are missing it.

I've filed a bug internally to make sure this gets fixed.

thanks!
Xav

On Fri, Sep 11, 2009 at 9:08 AM, Mark Murphy mmur...@commonsware.com wrote:

 jotobjects wrote:
 ERROR IN DOCUMENTATION - see

        
 http://developer.android.com/guide/topics/resources/available-resources.html

 --- quote --
 When declaring an ID value for an XML tag, use this syntax. Example:
 TextView id=@+id/nameTextbox/, and refer to it this way in Java:
 findViewById(R.id.nameTextbox)
 -- end quote --

 The above example is WRONG.  It should be this way --  TextView
 android:id=@+id/nameTextbox/

 Way back in the spring of 2008, you did not need the android: prefix on
 android:id. They changed that, but apparently missed this reference in
 the documentation. Most of the documentation is correct, AFAICT.

 You may wish to post this to http://b.android.com if it is not already
 there.

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[android-beginners] Re: No dx or aapt in tools directory

2009-09-09 Thread Xavier Ducrohet

dx and aapt are in the platform folders: SDK/platforms/platform/tools/

Xav

On Tue, Sep 8, 2009 at 3:07 PM, winf3redwinfred.b...@gmail.com wrote:

 Hi All,

 I am having some trouble with multiple instances of the same class
 file being compiled to my android package by ADT.  I have been unable
 to find multiple references in my eclipse view, so I thought I would
 try to use dx to do this in a more manual fashion.  To my surprise,
 there is no executable or script for dx or aapt in the tools directory
 of my android install.  Further, there are tools not described in the
 documentation (e.g. apkbuilder.bat) in my tools directory.

 I have double checked the file (android-sdk-windows-1.5_r3.zip) on the
 website and checked the md5 sum.  Everything looks good, so what am I
 missing?  Have I downloaded the wrong bundle thinking I was getting
 the SDK but actually something else?  Are things named differently on
 my platform (windows XP 32 bit) and I just didn't read the correct
 docs?  How does Eclipse ADT function, since my understanding is it
 depends on finding dx somewhere on the system?

 Does anyone else see this or have any ideas?

 Best Regards,
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[android-beginners] Re: Okay.... I give up

2009-09-08 Thread Xavier Ducrohet

You're only missing the part about creating an AVD:
http://d.android.com/guide/developing/tools/avd.html

btw, you can only launch the emulator manually from the command line
(because you need to give the avd name).

Xav

On Sat, Sep 5, 2009 at 5:47 PM, furbywookie...@gmail.com wrote:

 I have now spent the better part of 12 hours trying to just get my
 development environment to run I am trying to use NetBeans to
 develop a simple Android app. I downloaded the Android dev kit and
 unpacked it to my C:/ drive. Then I grabbed the latest version of
 NetBeans. And then I installed nbandroid for NetBeans. I create a new
 project and choose the Android type of project. All is well... then I
 take that base project and try to run it and NetBeans asks me to
 either select a running device or start AVD... Both lists are blank.

 So I figured that perhaps I ought to start the emulator running before
 I try to run the project from the NetBeans side. I go to the ADK
 directory and try double clicking on the Android jar file... nothing.
 I figure The emuilator must be in the tools directory and so I go
 there and double click on the android.bat file... nothing. So I think
 Maybe it is the exe file called Android and double click on that -
 nothing.

 At that point I thought I had missed something in installing the
 ADK... I go to the web page that describes installing it - Apparently
 the only thing for windows (After unpacking the zip file) is to update
 the Path system variable - which I did and have now checked 4 times
 to make sure I didn't point it at the wrong directory... with the same
 results as before.

 What am I doing wrong? I know it isn't a google mistake - enough
 people have made this work before me - so it has to be me. What did I
 miss?

 




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[android-beginners] Re: Installing the SDK alongside Amazon EC2 Tools on Mac

2009-09-08 Thread Xavier Ducrohet

You could just add the line as it takes your current path and add the
sdk to it, or you can just edit your current line to read

export PATH=$PATH:$EC2_HOME/bin:android sdk/tools

Xav

On Sat, Sep 5, 2009 at 4:37 PM, Stevesgmbest12...@gmail.com wrote:

 Hello,
 I recently went to install the Android SDK and noticed a potential
 problem.
 I have the amazon ec2 tools installed and it uses a the PATH variable
 in ~/.bash_profile
 the line i have for ec2 tools is: export PATH=$PATH:$EC2_HOME/bin
 the android sdk wants me to add export PATH=${PATH}:your_sdk_dir/
 tools to ~/.bash_profile
 i was wondering is there was anyway to use a different variable so i
 can have both at the same time or will i have to do what im doing now
 and comment out one of the lines to use the other.
 thanks in advance
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[android-beginners] Re: Ant build for android-1.5/samples

2009-09-03 Thread Xavier Ducrohet

'android create project' should really not touch any existing files.
I've filed a bug internally so that we can fix this asap.

thanks,
Xav

On Wed, Sep 2, 2009 at 1:09 PM, jotobjectsjotobje...@gmail.com wrote:

 I figured this out on my own.  android update project does the right
 thing if and only if AndroidManifest.xml exists in the target
 directory (it does for the samples).

 Example (first start emulator for install)

 cd platfrom/android-1.5/ApiDemos
 android update project -t 2 -p .
 ant debug
 adb install bin/ApiDemos-debug.apk

 A readme file in the samples directory with the steps for building the
 samples would be helpful for newbies.  It seems I encountered a bug in
 android create project as it destructively over wrote files like
 strings.xml in an existing project - maybe the tool should not allow
 you to shoot yourself in the foot so easily :-).

 On Sep 1, 12:46 pm, jotobjects jotobje...@gmail.com wrote:
 What is the cookbook way to build the sample apps in the android-1.5/
 samples SDK directory.  There are not any ant build.xml scripts.  I
 tried  android create project using the samples directory but that
 gave me an error saying the directory already existed and then
 proceeded to overwrite things strings.xml.  So that was clearly NOT
 the right thing to do.

 I thought it would be nice to build the samples and play with them.
 How do I do that?  I'm looking for the non-Eclipse way using ant - but
 I don't see how to do it with Eclipse either.

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[android-beginners] Re: About ERROR: unknown virtual device name: 'myavd'

2009-08-26 Thread Xavier Ducrohet

On Wed, Aug 26, 2009 at 4:21 AM, Phoenixphoenixsen...@gmail.com wrote:

 On Aug 25, 4:41 pm, Xavier Ducrohet x...@android.com wrote:
 I see that you have changed the location of the user folders (in S:
 instead of C:)

 There are user folders on both S: and C:.  Only the Desktop and My
 Documents special folders are on S:.  Everything else (including App
 Data) is on C:.  [The documents are shared between operating systems
 on different partitions]

 Android (or Eclipse?) has been the only thing to use S:.

 When the user location is not the default one, we have seen some cases
 where windows reports the location of the user folder differently
 depending on which API you use (the command line tool and Eclipse use
 a Java API, while the emulator use a windows C++ API).

 That would explain why the command line tools and Eclipse could see
 my_avd just fine, but the emulator could not find it.

 But, shouldn't Android be set up to use HOMEDRIVE/HOMEPATH?  Standard
 environment variables.

I think there are difference on XP/Vista which makes using those hard
to use (back in the previous SDK we were using LOCALAPPDATA but we
ended up having the same problem).

What we use on java is the user.home property setup by the VM. Looks
like the Java VM thinks your home is in S:\...
I look again into these 2 env variables and see if they could be used.

 Also, a single line in the installation instructions could have
 prevented this confusion.  When Android can see the AVD from the
 command line and the Eclipse gui, but not from the emulator, and no
 explanation is given (especially on the first test project), it's ...
 disheartening.

I agree. We should at least have the emulator output a message saying
where it's looking for the AVD and how to fix the problem if it's not
where the AVDs are created.

 In any event, with the ANDROID_SDK_HOME variable set to the S:
 home (which is not the real home directory, that is on C:), the
 emulator now works.

Well we don't want to go and set a permanent env on your machine. I
guess we could but relying on existing standard env variables should
be better. I mean, what happens if the user removes it or change the
location of his/her home folder but doesn't update this?

In any case we do need to find a solution.

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[android-beginners] Re: Using dom4j in Eclipse

2009-08-25 Thread Xavier Ducrohet

Don't put it in src/

It's common to put it in libs/ so that if someone wants to compile
your project with the Ant script they can (Ant will import and include
in your final APK any jar files located in libs/), then right click on
it in the Package Explorer view of Eclipse and choose Build Path  Add
to Build Path.. so that eclipse knows it's a library that is part of
the project.

Xav

On Tue, Aug 25, 2009 at 6:22 AM, Zonakusuzonak...@gmail.com wrote:

 Hi!

 I am creating an app that uses a lot of different XML files. Because
 there are so many I don't like the way SAXParser does it, it would
 result in many classes to read all different XML files.

 That's why I want to use a more simple XML parser such as dom4j. Does
 anyone has experience in importing it in Eclipse en running it on
 Android? When I import the .jar file in my /src folder I cant import
 org.dom4j.Document for example.

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[android-beginners] Re: About ERROR: unknown virtual device name: 'myavd'

2009-08-25 Thread Xavier Ducrohet

I see that you have changed the location of the user folders (in S:
instead of C:)

When the user location is not the default one, we have seen some cases
where windows reports the location of the user folder differently
depending on which API you use (the command line tool and Eclipse use
a Java API, while the emulator use a windows C++ API).

You can override the behavior of both by declaring an environment
variable called ANDROID_SDK_HOME
Make it point to your HOME folder (S:\Documents and Settings\Phoenix\
in this case) and both the emulator and the java based tools will read
and write into the same folder.

Xav

On Tue, Aug 25, 2009 at 6:21 AM, Phoenixphoenixsen...@gmail.com wrote:

 I also have the same error.

 I've tried creating the AVD on the command line and via the gui in the
 Eclipse plugin.  Both created the AVD with no problems, but the
 emulator still cannot find it.

 I've tried running with the configuration set to Automatic, and to
 Manual and manually selecting Launch a new Android Virtual Device and
 checking the box next to 'my_avd', and the emulator still cannot find
 it.  I know it exists, I can see it in S:Documents and Settings
 \Phoenix\.android\avd\my_avd.avd

 I've tried stopping and re-starting the ADB server, stopping and re-
 starting Eclipse... nothing has fixed it.

 This is on a new setup, just set up today.  Eclipse Galileo, Android
 SDK 1.5_r3 for Windows, on XP.

 The complete console:
 [2009-08-25 06:11:11 - HelloAndroid] --
 [2009-08-25 06:11:11 - HelloAndroid] Android Launch!
 [2009-08-25 06:11:11 - HelloAndroid] adb is running normally.
 [2009-08-25 06:11:11 - HelloAndroid] Performing
 com.example.helloandroid.HelloAndroid activity launch
 [2009-08-25 06:11:11 - HelloAndroid] Automatic Target Mode: Preferred
 AVD 'my_avd' is not available. Launching new emulator.
 [2009-08-25 06:11:11 - HelloAndroid] Launching a new emulator with
 Virtual Device 'my_avd'
 [2009-08-25 06:11:12 - Emulator] emulator: ERROR: unknown virtual
 device name: 'my_avd'
 [2009-08-25 06:11:12 - Emulator] emulator: could not find virtual
 device named 'my_avd'

 




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[android-beginners] Re: Plugin

2009-08-18 Thread Xavier Ducrohet

http://d.android.com/sdk/adt_download.html

Xav

On Mon, Aug 17, 2009 at 10:34 AM, Bishesh Manandharcoldda...@gmail.com wrote:
  Is it possible to download the android plugin without using eclipse

 i need to shift eclipse to another computer.. but there is no access to
 internet.. is it possible to download the android pluginsss...

 is it possible by shifting some  jar filess...


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[android-beginners] Re: XML Layout does not show AutoCompleteTextView

2009-08-11 Thread Xavier Ducrohet

Well, you can use it. it's just not supported by the layout editor in ADT.

Xav

On Tue, Aug 11, 2009 at 1:02 AM, fra111fra...@gmail.com wrote:

 So , until the next version,  there is no way to use autocompete text
 widget with this sdk?

 On Aug 5, 8:58 pm, Xavier Ducrohet x...@android.com wrote:
 This is a known issue which should be fixed in the next version.

 Xav

 On Wed, Aug 5, 2009 at 1:26 AM, Phill

 Perrymanphill.perry...@googlemail.com wrote:

  When I create a simple xml layout with a linear layout and add an auto
  complete text viewer all I get is a NullPointerException: null on the
  screen. This also happens when I open theautocompletesamples. I am
  using Eclipse Galileo and the latest android sdk. Am I doing something
  wrong or is this a bug.

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