Sunday, January 17, 2010

Version 0.10 is out

A new update is published and your feedback is welcomed. There are a few new things and changes
  • A new plugin supporting displaying of data from logcat from Nyerel.
  • Another patch by akochnev that adds support for recent version of Android SDK (r3 and r4)
  • JDK 1.6 is now required as a JDK used to run NetBeans IDE. Modules will not install / disable themselves if you use older JDK.
  • You will need NetBeans 6.7.1 or newer. I dropped support for 6.5 and if time permits this can simplify a few things in these plugins and make development easier.
Huge thanks for both contributions and I apologize for long delay before these were published. Of course any feedback or contributions are welcomed.

Enjoy it!

16 comments:

  1. So if java 6 is now required it means that the plugin cannot be used on Mac OS X 10.5, which by default is running java 5. That's too bad. And I can't upgrade to 10.6 as it's not supported by Google's platform build environment setup.

    Is it possible to publish nbandroid 0.9 nbm for direct download? Thank you.

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  2. AFAICT there is a Java 6 avaliable for MacOS10.5 and you can configure NetBeans to use it - http://wiki.netbeans.org/FaqJdkHome. Then of course you can setup your projects in the IDE to use JDK1.5 as their build platform.

    But yes, I can find 0.9 version and make it available somewhere.

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  3. Yes, I have figured this out too. Seems to be working fine so far. Thanks for you reply though.

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  4. I'm not sure how to see logcat. can you help?

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  5. To seet LogCat output go to Window | Output | ADB Log.

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  6. Thanks. It doesn't work due to some connection errors. I will post the log.

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  7. Good work! Netbeans is so much nicer than Eclipse.

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  8. Thanks for your great plugin.

    There's only one glitch - the selection of af device evry time I run. If would be cool with some accelerators (i.e. f.ex. if I could just press Alt-O to press the OK button).

    The "Prevent Selection of Target on Each Run" note on http://wiki.netbeans.org/IntroAndroidDevNetBeans doesent seem to work.

    Jacob

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  9. Thanks for your great plugin.
    But how it work with Android NDK?

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  10. How do I install this version? I have 0.1

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  11. How to configure avd to run from netbeans in wvga resolution. Now i can choose between qvga and hvga, additionaly when i choose to run in hvga (l or p) the AVD doesn't start. I have to switch back to qwga-l, then avd runs but not in landscape mode - it starts in portrait mode.

    Please answer me.

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  12. What about the issue with external libraries not getting packaged?

    What if you want nbandroid to add libHello.so to the .apk?

    For example, on compile it should automatically check for /libs/armeabi/* add the folder /lib/armeabi/* to the .apk, but at the moment it doesn't.

    The same issue exists when trying to add external JAR files to the project - it will not include them in the .apk - we are forced to manually add them or modify the ANT script to tell it to add them.

    What I haven't yet figured out though, is how to modify the ANT script to check for a /libs directory and add it as /lib/armeabi/* (using this .so as an example).

    Any thoughts?

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  13. How does one compile their application for public release (not debug) using nbandroid? Or is this a manual process?

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  14. niiiiiiiiiiiiice plugin , thanks

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  15. great plugin very easy..found it less confusing than the eclipse .
    however...please continue development..dont stop!
    dont let oracle baddies distract on android development pls! :D
    ...a cool feature would be a good WYSIWG for playing with the main.xml

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  16. it's possible with this plugin the autocomplete features for xml layout documents ?

    Thanks!

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