History log of /frameworks/base/tools/aapt/ResourceIdCache.h
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de898ff42912bd7ca1bfb099cd439562496765a4 30-Jan-2014 Adam Lesinski <adamlesinski@google.com> Shared library resource support

Shared libraries can now export resources for applications
to use.

Exporting resources works the same way the framework exports
resources, by defining the public symbols in res/values/public.xml.

Building a shared library requires aapt to be invoked with the
--shared-lib option. Shared libraries will be assigned a package
ID of 0x00 at build-time. At runtime, all loaded shared libraries
will be assigned a new package ID.

Currently, shared libraries should not import other shared libraries,
as those dependencies will not be loaded at runtime.

At runtime, reflection is used to update the package ID of resource
symbols in the shared library's R class file. The package name of
the R class file is assumed to be the same as the shared library's
package name declared in its manifest. This will be customizable in
a future commit.

See /tests/SharedLibrary/ for examples of a shared library and its

Change-Id: I60c0cb8ab87849f8f8a1a13431562fe8603020a7
91447d88f2bdf9c2bf8d1a53570efef6172fba74 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.

Change-Id: I899a56a9a182ee6be52b9389d1ae59266f5482e9
282e181b58cf72b6ca770dc7ca5f91f135444502 24-Jan-2014 Adam Lesinski <adamlesinski@google.com> Revert "Move frameworks/base/tools/ to frameworks/tools/"

This reverts commit 9f6a119c8aa276432ece4fe2118bd8a3c9b1067e.
9f6a119c8aa276432ece4fe2118bd8a3c9b1067e 28-Aug-2013 Mike Lockwood <lockwood@google.com> Move frameworks/base/tools/ to frameworks/tools/

Change-Id: I3ffafdab27cc4aca256c3a5806b630795b75d5c8
d8dde13a63565dcd72bcf03a5088407b737ba793 17-Nov-2012 Christopher Tate <ctate@google.com> Cache resource ID lookups in aapt

This speeds up certain workloads considerably, particularly
those involved in buildling apps via the SDK. Windows-based
use should particularly benefit from the change.

Change-Id: I29f4b3a77400b201ee219729cc28a5e359c0c5e8