Saturday, July 31, 2010

[android-developers] Re: Android preprocessor, //#ifdef...

I'm sorry for my rude and really not too much kind speaking,
but I can't belive that android doesn't support preprocessor.

I can't think on mobile programming without preprocessor, too many
different configurations,
think only to LVL and android market and preprocessor could be
Ok we can live without it, but codes becomes really unelegant...
Sincerely I really don't like the non preprocessor way but
masses told that android is good and I need to develop on it :)

On Jul 31, 10:58 pm, TreKing <> wrote:
> On Sat, Jul 31, 2010 at 3:00 PM, sblantipodi
> <>wrote:
> > How can you develop on a mobile without preprocessing?
> Quite easily, actually.
> > Sure android is really good for fart app, but what else?
> Is this is a serious question? Have you browsed through the Android Market
> (as painful as that is)? There's a lot more out there than "fart apps".
> > I don't want to troll but I really can't understand why I heard
> > many developers saying "viva android" when google released the first buggy
> > SDK.
> Probably simply because it's an alternative to iPhone.
> Now, someone with your experience developing for so many devices can surely
> adapt to not having a preprocessor. It's good for many things but definitely
> not a necessity and will certainly not cripple you when making an Android
> App.
> If you're personally that attached to having a preprocessor, no one is
> forcing you to develop on Android.
> Good luck.
> -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
> TreKing <> - Chicago
> transit tracking app for Android-powered devices

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