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Offline gawalione

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Addon detection wrong?
« on: October 31, 2015, 12:15:00 »
Hi there,
lately i made a "pro" version of my addon to make it easier for me to test features. Both versions of the addon use
<manifest package="locus.addon.mcs" ...> in the manifest. Each version gets a different applicationId during build by gradle (applicationId "locus.addon.mcs" and applicationId "locus.addon.mcs.pro"). Locus only detects the standard version of the addon where packagename and applicationId are the same. Can you please take a look into this?
 

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Re: Addon detection wrong?
« Reply #1 on: October 31, 2015, 17:01:14 »
Hello gawalione,

not sure I understand what do not work as expected.

If we talk about list of add-ons in Locus, that it is correct. This list if not generated dynamically, but is hardcoded in Locus. So if you wants change something in this list, let me know (icon, link on app, etc.).

On all other places, content is generated by definition in your manifests. If something expect list of add-ons do not work, feel free to send me two APK files, information "what you expect" and I'll test it.

Also consider to use new icons for Locus ;) ( they are in Locus API - Android, sample, in all sizes )
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