Pride combines bash scripts, zenity, ant, ImageMagick, and the Android SDK tools to create a fast and simple POSIX alternative to Eclipse for Android development. It can be used from the desktop or command line or from any editor that makes exec calls, such as Emacs or Vim.
|Tags||Android IDE bash Zenity POSIX Ant imagemagick|
Release Notes: Two Activities, HelpScreen and MemoSDcard, were added to the injections. Several minor fixes and refinements were made in both the plate and some of the injections.
Release Notes: EdgeEffectListView was added to the object injections. This object can be added to any ListActivity to replace Android's default splash colors which appear when the user reaches the top or bottom of the list. The XMLdefaults method was added to pride.src, and res/values/defaults.xml was added to the project plate.
Release Notes: The PRAEula Activity has been added to the pride injections. This activity provides greater control over the entry sequence of activities and can be used to replace the default SimpleEula dialog.
Release Notes: Activity and Cluster injections have been reorganized to reflect their content. The PRAFileHandler class has been reorganized, re-documented, and cleaned up.
Release Notes: Pride now has Cluster, or activity group, injections. The first cluster is SetSubsetResult, which handles files of single-line data. Sets can be created, removed, imported, and exported. Subsets, or the lines of content, can be created, removed, or renamed. The Result activity is used to create the content lines. A bugfix was made to the PRAFileHandler class in getExtFileAs[Array/List].