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From Filip Maj <>
Subject Re: CordovaJS is broken on Android 2.x, rollback and re-tag?
Date Mon, 21 Jan 2013 20:15:07 GMT
According to the CI this isn't working properly on Android 4.x either.

I think part of this is the array check in the android exec:;a=blob;f=fram

If args[i] is null or undefined, then it will error out. That¹s why some
of the APIs which are unrelated to the array buffer work are failing. See for details.

Another issue is;a=blob;f=fram

`window.btoa` is probably not available/undefined on the older androids.

My vote would be to rollback the array buffer work, and land it in
cordova-js + the underlying platforms only once we have full support for
android, iOS, blackberry and windows phone.

On 1/21/13 11:56 AM, "Joe Bowser" <> wrote:

>We're going through the motions for release, and it seems that the we
>may have to roll back the recent changes to the JS so that we can tag
>for a release.  It seems that there were issues with the ArrayBuffer
>changes on Android (and likely others) and the most recent work is
>displaying alert errors when I start it up in Mobile-Spec.
>Should we rollback and re-tag the JS (and Android)? Or should we have
>an RC2 ASAP, because this candidate clearly has failed.

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