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How to start the Android command line shell

Android FAQ: How do I start the Android command line tool (so I can interact with my Android emulator or device)?

You start the Android command line with the adb shell command:

adb shell

This makes at least two assumptions:

  1. You have the Android SDK installed.
  2. You have an Android emulator (or physical device) running.

When you start the adb shell, you'll see a very simple prompt that looks like this:

Continuous integration software development best practice

Continuous integration is a key to a quality build process for any multi-developer software development project. I can't say it much better than the way Martin Fowler describes it, so I'll just include a portion of his summary here:

Continuous Integration is a software development practice where members of a team integrate their work frequently, usually each person integrates at least daily - leading to multiple integrations per day.

How to modify the JBuilder classpath (by editing jbuilder.config)

I recently started creating a few OpenTools for JBuilder. One of the instructions you see when you first start creating an OpenTool is that you need to modify your JBuilder classpath during OpenTool development so the classpath includes the location of your OpenTool files. But, the instructions I found were for old versions of JBuilder (that were no longer valid), which leads to the question "How can I modify the JBuilder CLASSPATH to recognize the location of my custom class files?"

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