It's interesting to note that there are existing modules being loaded in the screenshot that rovo89 posted. I doubt he totally changed the Xposed API, rather just the method that the framework integrates itself into Android.
It's highly likely that any modules that are targeted specifically at modifying a single app will probably still work. Any module that modifies anything at OS level will probably have to be at least slightly rewritten.
Nobody really knows for sure, but seeing preexisting modules being loaded is at least a small sign that some will work out of the box.
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My thoughts exactly.
Thanks. I didn't look at that issue before, so thanks for pointing it out to me.
You can probably count the people who really understand Xposed and how it works at one hand (and you'll basically have to start from scratch for lollipop).
On the other hand, I so much enjoyed his work that I feel bad not having some way to be more grateful than hitting the thanks button and filling his thank-o-meter.
I read all the stuff here. Some questions I have to ask from every one who don't like Xposed Framwork, including @Kryten2k35
Ok guys, you're right that every GOOD developer should be able to bring anything useful to his rom when his rom users ask.
But what about NOT wasting time of developer over these codes? Instead of hours of work for Nav Bar customization options, he can work for other things that no Xposed Module can bring. Like the one @JustArchi did on JustArchi's ArchiDroid Optimizations - Increases performance up to 6x
Now imagine if @JustArchi worked over 200 hours to make every byte of his rom customizable without Xposed Modules. What was the real benefit?