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From Shazron <>
Subject Re: Supporting a "display name" in config.xml
Date Tue, 07 Jun 2016 00:49:40 GMT
Update the Platform's API functions, if available. For iOS, you would

Two issues [1][2] are asking for the same thing, but have no PR attached
(perhaps you can attach to one? and resolve as dupe for the newer one). For
Windows, there is support through preferences already [3]


On Mon, Jun 6, 2016 at 5:30 PM, Darryl Pogue <> wrote:

> One feature that has been requested a few times is the ability to specify a
> different display name for an app. On iOS this corresponds to
> CFBundleDisplayName, on Android this is the Activity label, and on Windows
> this is the DisplayName.
> It turns out that the W3C Widgets/Packaged Apps spec that config.xml is
> based on provides this feature via a `short` attribute on the <name>
> element.
> I've started a PR in cordova-lib[1] for supporting this, but I'm not
> entirely sure how we're handling API additions to cordova-common and the
> platform APIs in each of the platforms. Maybe it's not an issue as long as
> we update the cordova-common dependency version in the platform's
> package.json?
> Also, since I have no experience with the Windows platform, someone might
> need to give me some pointers there about where exactly the DisplayName
> should be set.
> [1]

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