obsqr - minimalistic QR scanner for Android =========================================== obsqr is a fast and lightweight QR scanner application for Android. Requirements ------------ To make it run on your Android device you need to have Andoird 1.6 or higher. Both, ARM and x86 architectures are supported. Build ----- obsqr uses zbar library to decode QR images, so before building obsqr you need to install zbar first. To make easier, there is a helper script called 'fetch-zbar.sh': $ bash fetch-zbar.sh This will fetch zbar sources from the official repository and create symlinks to the zbar sources inside `jni` directory. Then, update project accodring to your SDK version: $ android update project -p . -t <your-target> Edit local.properties by specifying path to the NDK: ... sdk.path=/path/to/sdk ndk.path=/path/to/ndk ... Finally, run ant to build obsqr: $ ant debug After this step, you should get an *.apk inside the 'bin' directory. License ------- obsqr is free software distributed under the terms of the MIT license. See LICENSE file for more details.
0b81963 - release version 2.6
a7f6481 - added wifi configuration qr parser; after parsing a device may be connected to a network due to new permissions in manifest: CHANGE_WIFI_STATE, ACCESS_WIFI_STATE
7216dff - improved MECARD contact parser to fully support escaped characters in contact information
8a86818 - added wifi QR code parser
0b78c78 - linted sources; set support since api level 9
.name TLD is not recognized as an URL
Implement ZXing-compatible Android Intent interface