Student’s Pet 1.2.7 Release Delayed

May 5, 2010 at 6:16 am | Posted in Uncategorized | Leave a comment

I have been in communication with a few users and have been working on implementing various features and fixing certain things.

True multi calendar support, revised user interface, user selected icons for assignment types, revising base types to be user definable and several others.

I have decided to delay the 1.2.7 release until these features are done and They it will be released as 1.3.0. Sorry for the delay, but it’s for the best 🙂


Student’s Pet 1.2.4 Released

April 25, 2010 at 8:01 pm | Posted in Uncategorized | Leave a comment

Version 1.2.4 has been released completely fixing the crashing error with the HTC Desire running android 2.1

The Crash would occur because calendars collected from the phone didn’t have names and were added to the list of calendars to display anyways. With the version of Android running on the Motorola Droid this is not a big issue, you can catch the exception if one is thrown. It appears that at least on the Desire it was impossible to catch the exception. To temporarily resolve the issue I made it check if the calendar had a name before adding it to the list, but as this isn’t a good solution I reworked it with the bug finder yesterday. I found that the calendars had no names, but they had display names. So, I made it use those and everything is working as it should.

By version 1.3.0 I’m hoping to have built in error reporting so that if the application crashes you can choose to send the error report to me. Please keep in mind that the error report will contain information pertaining to all applications logging to the android console. This can include your email address, your calendar address, your phone number? Even your GPS coordinates. If you would like to send me error reports as is that is fine I will keep any and all personal information confidential, however you can choose to truncate any log items that don’t pertain to my application. I will post more on this as it moves further into development.

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