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  • #11
    Originally posted by AJenbo View Post
    Google is your find...
    Does this mean that we don't have to download the Google Android SDK and the Android plugin for Eclipse now?

    Because the only way I know of to test Android code on the Android emulator in Linux is to use Eclipse with both Google's ADT plugin and Android SDK. The Android SDK contains emulators and images for different Android versions and the ADT plugin for Eclipse acts as a middleman that allows Eclipse to 'see' and use all the tools provided by the SDK.

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    • #12
      Originally posted by Sonadow View Post
      Does this mean that we don't have to download the Google Android SDK and the Android plugin for Eclipse now?

      Because the only way I know of to test Android code on the Android emulator in Linux is to use Eclipse with both Google's ADT plugin and Android SDK. The Android SDK contains emulators and images for different Android versions and the ADT plugin for Eclipse acts as a middleman that allows Eclipse to 'see' and use all the tools provided by the SDK.
      No, it means that you can test vanilla Linux in the Android emulator.

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      • #13
        Why did they disable the ability to disable extended attributes in ext4?

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        • #14
          Originally posted by LightBit View Post
          Why did they disable the ability to disable extended attributes in ext4?
          "inline data depends its implementation on xattr"
          https://git.kernel.org/?p=linux/kern...2012c177000e96

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