History log of /frameworks/base/tools/aapt/ResourceFilter.cpp
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a2bb565db553e3def89a6e010b59f2fd1db98ff4 11-Nov-2014 Adam Lesinski <adamlesinski@google.com> AAPT: Ignore densities specified in -c flag

The --preferred-density flag knows how to handle missing resources of
specific densities. Using -c with a density leads to missing resources.

Change-Id: I2251d842f48c08ed083663bb7ed608e14c4983c8
a5cc002bfe7ca8a6536549189b44e7143c8611dc 22-Aug-2014 Adam Lesinski <adamlesinski@google.com> AAPT: Filtering resource fix

Previously, when filtering resources from an APK using
-c option, if one qualifier matched, we would keep the resource.
However, in the case of something like

-c fr-FR,sw360dp

and with a resource in the APK like so


we would want this resource to be excluded, as it does not
match the sw360dp qualifier (must be less than or equal to it).

This CL fixed the behavior of the filter to require that all
defined qualifier axis be matched.

Change-Id: Ie48f3d516a0e610abc7ba8a7ced4eb3ab52534d4
fab50875b98e8274ac8ee44b38ba42521bbbf1f9 16-Apr-2014 Adam Lesinski <adamlesinski@google.com> Add support for building split APKs

Build multiple APKs, each containing a disjoint subset
of configurations. These can then be loaded into the device
AssetManager and should operate as if they were never split.

Use the idea of building multiple sets of files, where each
set represents an APK. An ApkBuilder can place files
in a set based on its configuration, but you can actually
add directly to a set, in the case of the resources.arsc and
generated AndroidManifest.xml for splits.

Change-Id: Ic65d3f0ac1bbd290185695b9971d425c85ab1de3
a2ef5c0d4fb863c0382e77ae00f986a019b11cbe 12-Mar-2014 Anton Krumin <antkrumin@google.com> Pseudolocalizer improvements.

Fixes accented pseudolocalization and adds RTL pseudolocale.

This change contains following modifications in the pseudolocalization logic:
1) zz_ZZ pseudolocale was removed;
2) en_XA pseudolocale was added for pseudo-accented;
3) ar_XB pseudolocale was added for pseudo-rtl;
4) Pseudo RTL localization functionality was implemented;
5) Text expansion functionality was implemented;
6) Text bracketing was implemented;
7) Couple of issues of previous implementation were fixed.

Change-Id: I9f7f27bed717e39e82717d15c398decffc8bec3c
Signed-off-by: Anton Krumin <antkrumin@google.com>
788fa41482b9d398591b7db8b0b01839029611ad 21-Jan-2014 Narayan Kamath <narayan@google.com> Extended locales in AAPT / AssetManager.

Support 3 letter language codes, script codes &
variants. The bulk of the changes are related to
the implementation of command line filtering of
locales etc. The previous code assumed that the
value of each "axis" (locale, density, size etc.)
could be represented by a 4 byte type. This is
no longer the case.

This change introduces a new class, AaptLocaleValue
which holds a (normalized) locale parsed from a
directory name or a filter string. This class takes
responsibility for parsing locales as well as
writing them to ResTable_config structures, which is
their representation in the resource table.

This includes minor changes at the java / JNI level
for AssetManager. We now call locale.toLanguageTag()
to give the native layer a well formed BCP-47 tag.
I've removed some duplicated parsing code in
AssetManager.cpp and replaced them with functions on
ResTable_config. The native getLocales function has
been changed to return well formed BCP-47 locales as
well, so that the corresponding java function can use
Locale.forLanguageTag to construct a Locale object
out of it.

Finally, this change introduces default and copy
constructors for ResTable_config to prevent having
to memset() the associated memory to 0 on every
stack allocation.

(cherry-picked from commit 91447d88f2bdf9c2bf8d1a53570efef6172fba74)

Change-Id: I1b43086860661012f949fb8e5deb7df44519b854
e6b680364dd992907a8d2037685a2e500d188dfb 14-Oct-2011 Dianne Hackborn <hackbod@google.com> New aapt feature to do smarter filtering of configurations.

This adds a --preferred-configurations flag that specifies the
specific configurations you would like to have.

It is smarter than "-c" because it will avoid stripping a
configuration if that would result in there being no value
for the resource.

It is dumber than "-c" because it can't process as many kinds
of resources. It is really only intended for bitmaps and use
with density configs.

This required re-arranging AaptAssets to group files together
by config again, like they used to be. I think this hasn't
broken anything. Hopefully.

Change-Id: I4e9d12ff6e6dbd1abb8fd4cb1814c6674b19d0e5