[Libreoffice] GSOC 2011 - Android project - pointers ...
detective.conan.1412 at gmail.com
Mon Mar 28 08:46:25 PDT 2011
Hello Maxime and Michael
IMO I would like to use 2.2 from the reason you've said and because I
personally have 2.2 phone ;-)
Anyway, since I'm just a newbie here, I prefer more opinion on this.
2011/3/26 Maxime Côté <cote.maxime1 at gmail.com>
> First of all thanks for your answer
> On Fri, Mar 25, 2011 at 2:42 AM, Michael Meeks <michael.meeks at novell.com>wrote:
>> Hi Korrawit,
>> On Fri, 2011-03-25 at 12:53 +0700, Korrawit Pruegsanusak wrote:
>> > > Personally (what with time-to-market etc.) I think we should
>> target the
>> > > latest android API version - ie. API level 9 - which gives us a lot of
>> > > nice (pre-wrapped) C APIs for talking to the system.
>> > Shouldn't we use the lastest API level 11, of Android 3.0 platform?
>> > Details at http://developer.android.com/sdk/android-3.0.html
>> You're right - it's not the latest API level ;-) but it is the
>> API level mentioned in the latest NDK you can download (my mistake). It
>> is also the case, that I only have a device running 2.3.3
>> (personally) ;-) so I'm biased.
>> Its not clear to me that 3.0 gives us a lot more in the area of
>> event handling / rendering too; clearly if there is something that makes
>> our job far easier there then we should use it, otherwise I'd prefer to
>> see 2.3.0 used personally :-)
> After some research it's true that the 3.0 API would be great as it provide
> interesting new features, like copy/paste and better keyboard support, but
> it's not really widely use (at least for now) and the same goes for 2.3.3 so
> wouldn't it be better to use 2.2.x instead so more people could use it ?
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