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accepted How does package naming affects Android application once deployed
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accepted Why are string resources generally kept external to the code and not inside the code?
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revised Why are string resources generally kept external to the code and not inside the code?
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comment Why are string resources generally kept external to the code and not inside the code?
Still the only person who understood the question.
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comment Why are string resources generally kept external to the code and not inside the code?
I'm talking about including the resources directly in the code and then handling everything inside the program, so it is more PCL/Cross-platform friendly.
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comment Why are string resources generally kept external to the code and not inside the code?
Well, there is no difference between a file that is included in the project and a resource file. The problem is not there.
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comment Why are string resources generally kept external to the code and not inside the code?
Nope, my concerns aren't about Internationalization, and rather about architecture and cross-platform, sorry.
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comment Why are string resources generally kept external to the code and not inside the code?
This relink vs recompile is a good reason, thanks.
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