What's about an app that helps you with downloading openSUSE documentation?

Does a free app for managing gettext files (.pot, .po) already exist?

Looking for mad skills in:

android documentation gettext translation

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    • cwh
      over 3 years ago by cwh | Reply

      At least for the "Basics About Creating Android Apps"-part I'll join. ;)

    • VictorYang
      over 2 years ago by VictorYang | Reply

      I have some experience on Android App development. So I want to join this proj and I can only be part in remotely in China desktop team.

    • osynge
      over 2 years ago by osynge | Reply

      "intent" is a form of IPC in android. One thing I wanted when I played with android was an "intent" bridge to do debugging and functional testing, I was going to do this via RabbitMQ but sort of lost interest in Android. Maybe you should add this to your plans as it might help you make the product more "production quality" easier.

    • tserong
      over 2 years ago by tserong | Reply

      I'm running through http://developer.android.com/training/basics/firstapp/index.html - nice to see a "hello world" on my phone, even if it did require almost no effort to create ;-)

      OpenJDK seems to work fine, BTW, I didn't bother with the Oracle one, and I'm using Android Studio rather than Eclipse.

    • tserong
      over 2 years ago by tserong | Reply

      OK, I came up with this, for a bit of fun.