Fixes tiapp.xml to allow building for android right after running `titanium-backbone new` #6

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svallory commented May 29, 2012

Adds the parameter -u (--puburl) to set the publisher url. Changes the
way app id is generated to use the reverse domain + app name. Adds an
app icon.png for android and iPhone.

I really think we should have a shorter name :)

fixes tiapp.xml to allow building for android right after running new
Adds the parameter er (--puburl) to set the publisher url. Changes the
way app id is generated to use the reverse domain + app name. Adds an
app icon.png for android and iPhone.

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Merge pull request #6 from svallory/master
Fixes tiapp.xml to allow building for android right after running `titanium-backbone new`

@trabianmatt trabianmatt merged commit 797e872 into trabian:master May 29, 2012

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@svallory, Thanks for the pull request -- I particularly like the appicon.

One thing I noticed while merging this is that I hadn't checked the KitchenSink against Titanium 2.0. I ended up needing to update a few sizes (setting ContentBlock height to Ti.UI.SIZE and table row heights to 44).

Note that we haven't done anything with Android within this app yet. On the production app that we're extracting this from we had two separate packaging scripts. They both included a base set of functionality but one included iOS-specific code (especially styles) and the other included Android-specific code.

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trabianmatt commented May 29, 2012

@svallory, Thanks for the pull request -- I particularly like the appicon.

One thing I noticed while merging this is that I hadn't checked the KitchenSink against Titanium 2.0. I ended up needing to update a few sizes (setting ContentBlock height to Ti.UI.SIZE and table row heights to 44).

Note that we haven't done anything with Android within this app yet. On the production app that we're extracting this from we had two separate packaging scripts. They both included a base set of functionality but one included iOS-specific code (especially styles) and the other included Android-specific code.

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