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- ActionBarSherlock compatibility library
- Iconic icon set
- Icomoon icon set
- Sample codes from The Busy Coder's Guide to Android Development!
- Android SeekBar preference
- Universal Image Loader
- Simple RSS parser
BUGS AND FEATURES
If you find a bug or need a feature, please report it to https://bitbucket.org/saibotd/bitbeaker/issues. Please keep in mind that this is free software with very few volunteers working on it in their free time.
Contribution is very welcome! If you want to add a feature or fix a bug yourself, please fork the repository at https://bitbucket.org/saibotd/bitbeaker, do your changes and send a pull request.
First make sure you have set a username in Mercurial.
Add something like this to
~/.hgrc (*nix) or
[ui] username = John Doe <email@example.com>
The rest of this guide assumes you use Eclipse. After you have added Bitbeaker into Eclipse's workspace, you need to download and prepare
ActionBarSherlock library project (see option 1. in Usage: Including In Your Project).
Check that you have set path of ActionBarSherlock correctly (you should see green check mark) by following this:
Referencing a library project.
You may need to remove the old reference of ActionBarSherlock first. Since we might have different library path, please
do not commit/push your changes of
project.properties file to our repository. To prevent accidentally commiting modified path
of ActionBarSherlock to repository, add this to your
.hg/hgrc configuration file
[alias] commit = commit -X project.properties
Note: this may cause problems during merge. If you get errors like this
abort: cannot partially commit a merge (do not specify files or patterns)
even when you commit your merge with
hg commit -m 'merge', disable that alias temporarily. If you have better solution for not committing
project.properties accidentally, please answer to question at http://stackoverflow.com/questions/12483244/eclipse-override-library-path-defined-in-project-properties.