Can you elaborate on this?It works with hooks that I add to the template code.
The answer to this is yes.Will it support external library (.jar file) ? If yes, can I compile it to B4A wrapper?
Yes. This is exactly the example in the first post.- There is a possibility of running setTheme in onCreate BEFORE calling super.onCreate and setContentView to change the theme at runtime
- There is a possibility of running onPreparedOptionsMenu AFTER the template code to decontruct and reconstruct the menu
- There is a possiblity of completely overriding events like onPrepareOptions (not a good option, but it means you dont have to deconstruct things)
That is very impressive then.Yes. This is exactly the example in the first post.
You will be able to prevent the standard onPreparedOptionsMenu from running at all and run your code instead (or run both where your code runs first).
But, will there ever be a situation when #If Java is false? And, if there is, wouldn't that kind of break the useability of this feature pretty hard?You can say the same thing about #If B4A or #IF B4J.
The inline Java feature is based on the same conditional compilation system.
Is this ironical?Thank you Erel so much, you succeeded in dragging me to java that I always didn't like.. now I can tweet java codes until I learn the language and one day can write entire app with java.