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Re: [higgins-dev] Current status about Android I-Card Selector
Android I-Card Selector is at development progress now. It may be
included into Higgins M.8 release.
org.eclipse.higgins.android.icard.npapi - rc, but needs clean up.
org.eclipse.higgins.android.icard.selector - alpha version,
features: viewing and selecting cards.
org.eclipse.higgins.android.icard.service - alpha version, features:
communicate with card provider, storing cards (and some settings)
Main difference between Android Selector and iPhone's is less
functionality: Android's Selector can't manage and delete cards. Other
difference is that Android Selector consists of three components that's
working as one application.
You need the following tools and components for building Android I-Card
Android SDK (http://developer.android.com/) (I recommend to install
Eclipse with ADT);
Android's source (http://source.android.com/) - about 2 Gb;
Eclipse with CDT plugin (it is possible gmake or other for building
Instructions for building:
(http://code.google.com/p/ksoap2-android/) in classpath of service
build selector and service as simple Android applications;
change ANDROID_BUILD_TOP property (in C/C++ Build -> Environment) of
npapi project with path to your Android's sources;
build npapi project as C/C++ project (with run Android' emulator);
I want to try Android I-Card Slector, but executable package is not
Before downloading and building the following projects, I want to begin
with figuring out current features, status and roadmap...
I've already used iPhone Selector. If feasible, please let me know...
what differences are there between Android Selector and iPhone's one?
Is there any instruction for building Android Selector
Thanks to all