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Android development tutorial

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article is about making applications for android.

to develop gingerbread you need:

Makes: 25 gingerbread people

Ingredients

125g unsalted butter

100g dark muscovado sugar

4 tbsp golden syrup

325g plain flour

1 tsp bicarbonate of soda

2 tsp ground ginger

Method

Preheat the oven to 170°C, gas mark 3. Line baking trays with baking parchment. Melt the butter, sugar and syrup in a medium saucepan, stirring occasionally, then remove from the heat.

Sieve the flour, bicarbonate of soda and ginger into a bowl and stir the melted ingredients into the dry ingredients to make a stiff dough.

Turn out onto a lightly floured surface and roll to a thickness of about 5mm. Dip biscuit cutters into flour before cutting the dough, or cut around templates, which you can find at waitrose.com/christmas. Place the shapes onto the lined baking trays and bake, in batches, for 9-10 minutes until light golden brown.

Remove from the oven. While still warm, and using a skewer or chopstick, make any holes that you will need to hang up the biscuits with ribbon or to make a yuletide garland. If you are decorating your Christmas cake with gingerbread people, make the holes in their arms so that ribbon can be threaded through at a later stage.

The gingerbread biscuits can be stored in an airtight container for up to two weeks.

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I'm trying not to laugh.

I was going to close this but I'll leave it open for now and see if anyone has any better recipes

And people may find it useful should they want to develop apps for gingerbread also.

Please do not flame the original poster, he was only trying to be helpful for which we thank him

but as stated, the instructions refer to making applications for gingerbread.

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:lol:

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article is about making applications for android.

to develop gingerbread you need:

Makes: 25 gingerbread people

Ingredients

125g unsalted butter

100g dark muscovado sugar

4 tbsp golden syrup

325g plain flour

1 tsp bicarbonate of soda

2 tsp ground ginger

Method

Preheat the oven to 170°C, gas mark 3. Line baking trays with baking parchment. Melt the butter, sugar and syrup in a medium saucepan, stirring occasionally, then remove from the heat.

Sieve the flour, bicarbonate of soda and ginger into a bowl and stir the melted ingredients into the dry ingredients to make a stiff dough.

Turn out onto a lightly floured surface and roll to a thickness of about 5mm. Dip biscuit cutters into flour before cutting the dough, or cut around templates, which you can find at waitrose.com/christmas. Place the shapes onto the lined baking trays and bake, in batches, for 9-10 minutes until light golden brown.

Remove from the oven. While still warm, and using a skewer or chopstick, make any holes that you will need to hang up the biscuits with ribbon or to make a yuletide garland. If you are decorating your Christmas cake with gingerbread people, make the holes in their arms so that ribbon can be threaded through at a later stage.

The gingerbread biscuits can be stored in an airtight container for up to two weeks.

LULZ!!!! :lol:

Excellent recipe!!! :)

More seriously, the description of the tutorial is misleading - The title is "Android Development Tutorial,To make gingerbread", one would think that's about building a gingerbread from the AOSP...

But thanks anyway for the tutorial.... fair play sir!!! :)

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:lol:

your welcome

im gona try the recipe :)

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a great site :lol:

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a great site :lol:

Nice signature you have there... :)

had to google translate that as my french is zero!!! :)

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Nice signature you have there... :lol:

had to google translate that as my french is zero!!! :)

if the body is mortal the soul is immortal

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Here is a bit of info, if it's wrong then feel free to correct....

Using the Code Aurora gingerbread branch for msm7627 (see https://www.codeaurora.org/xwiki/bin/QAEP/gingerbread)

mkdir gingerbread

cd gingerbread

repo init -u git://codeaurora.org/platform/manifest.git -b M76XXTSNCJNLYA6110 -m M76XXTSNCJNLYA6110.xml

repo sync

follow the build instructions here https://www.codeaurora.org/xwiki/bin/QAEP/

Edited by rjm2k
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Hmm, I thought about just adding the ginger to the 500g of flour I shove in my bread maker twice weekly. Plus sugar if I should feel so inclined.

Anyhow, seeing as though Windows is still the OS of choice for PC's might someone like to rephrase rjm2k's thoughtful response to cater for that significant majority. I've dabbled with cygwin (doable with a net connection) and tried it's little brother MySis or whatever, but it's probably less hassle to dual boot your system with Ubuntu or use a live edition which is hard to customize and probably too much for the likes of my Flash disked netbook.

Is there nothing for a plain windows enthusiast?

With 1.5G you can compile a kernel using Ubuntu Live, but has anyone tried the whole hog/droid?

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Hmm, I thought about just adding the ginger to the 500g of flour I shove in my bread maker twice weekly. Plus sugar if I should feel so inclined.

Anyhow, seeing as though Windows is still the OS of choice for PC's might someone like to rephrase rjm2k's thoughtful response to cater for that significant majority. I've dabbled with cygwin (doable with a net connection) and tried it's little brother MySis or whatever, but it's probably less hassle to dual boot your system with Ubuntu or use a live edition which is hard to customize and probably too much for the likes of my Flash disked netbook.

Is there nothing for a plain windows enthusiast?

With 1.5G you can compile a kernel using Ubuntu Live, but has anyone tried the whole hog/droid?

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(a hog, allegedly, in my edit window)

I don't think you can build the platform on windows, just linux and on gingerbread they don't even support 32 bit linux anymore!

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I don't think you can build the platform on windows, just linux and on gingerbread they don't even support 32 bit linux anymore!

have you had a successful build yet?

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have you had a successful build yet?

I've had various froyos (AOSP, CM) build all the way through with no errors but not managed to get anything to boot yet.

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That was the worst gingerbread recipe i've ever seen! ;) Take it from me, this is how you do it:

1 1/2 dl dark syrup

3 dl sugar

200 g butter

1 1/2 dl cream

1 tbsp ground ginger

1 tbsp ground cinnamon

1/2 tbsp ground clove

1/2 tbsp ground cardamon

1 tbsp baking soda

10-11 dl flour

The instructions were okey though.

And for some inspiration, heres my gingerbread house from this christmas(With me in the background)! ;)

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//Björn

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It's been made by a friend of mine, but it's cool ;)

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That original link's tutorial had problems in the code to begin with!

I found ways to fix it though, not bad for someone who's programming experience is a semseter doing Pascal 7 years ago and the Lifehacker nightschool series over the last week!

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I don't understand, I went through the recipe, and when I'd finished cooking gingerbread I removed my blade from the oven to find it has melted, what a silly recipe, I'll never use that one again! ;) :D ;)

Mike

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