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Looking to extend Eclipse ADT plugin

From: user 1.
Sent on: Friday, September 27, 2013 10:44 AM
Hi guys,

 You might have seen my earlier email about creating Android tutorial. I have got some response from here & elsewhere on that.

 We have been brainstorming on inculcating best practices when we teach Android app development in our tutorial. One of the ideas is to let users download a pre-configured Android app from our server, import it in Eclipse & then follow instructions on our site.

 Now we plan to bundle some JUnit/Robolectric tests in the Android app. We want the tests to run everytime the user deploys the app. I researched a bit & figured that Eclipse ADT plugin does not provide any parameters inside 'Run Configuration' which I can use. I am now thinking of extending the Eclipse ADT plugin or probably make another Eclipse plugin from scratch which exposes a custom Run button that does what I want. 

 I am new to Android & Eclipse. Anybody here who can provide a suggestion on how about going to do this.


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