Originally Posted by Ozz465
Any plans for GB support?
We have gingerbread support for nightlies ( not the 7.2 stable snapshot which is just the nightlies as of the release date with some newer commits) with the auto-patcher. Get a current nightly and follow the link in my sig. The program now works on Linux, OSX, and Windows (w/ Cygwin) so anyone should be able to get PDroid/V6 support for CM7.
I am not going to add any packages to botbrew since I created that tool which let's users update for themselves, for any device.
Originally Posted by chrootz
Any planning PDroid for JellyBean like twa_priv's JB CM10?
...for JB. Yes, we are working on JB right now. I am upgrading my machine to 64 bits since it looks like JB necessitates it. There is just the hassle of backing up all my little projects since I will have to wipe the machine.
There are some issues with framework.jar to be addressed. Aosp is right up next to the maximum amount of methods slowed in the code. Cm10 is splitting it in two, and we can patch it that way. But it will take us another week or so (hopefully less than that..and not more) before we have JB support.
When we do, it will be added to the autopatcher. But if there is enough interest here, I could be persuaded to host some packages foe the kindle and nook color only. We'll see. I will post when we get JB supported. In the meantime, why didn't you guys look at the autopatcher and see if you still want botbrew packages.
Botbrew and package management is awesome there are a bunch of advantages to that approach. But as a maintainer, I leave something to be desired because I don't own the device. Ideally, someone would be testing the packages and updating them as they go out of date instead if waiting for user requests.
With the autopatcher, the power of updating support is in your hands. Think it over and let me know.
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