Coming real soon:
If you want to help translate DroidEdit into your own language, you just need to go to http://www.getlocalization.com/droidedit/ and contribute by starting with a new language or continuing a partially completed one.
Update: Swedish and Portuguese translations are ready and will be available in the next release.
Developing for so many different Android versions and screen sizes can be quite challenging. I’m aware that the current bottom menu and right document list aren’t exactly user friendly (specially on tablets). That’s why I added the action bar alternative, a couple of versions ago, for those having at least Honeycomb phones or tablets. I think this solution works great on tablets except I still didn’t like the document list on the right on small screens. So, in the next version there will be many different possible configuration that Honeycomb or ICS users can choose from:
Turning of the action bar in “preferences -> appearance” gets you the classical mode (funny how DroidEdit has a classical mode when I started coding it 3 months ago):
Action bar “on” and hide document list “off” gets you the action bar and the document list on your right. In this mode you can also change documents using the action bar:
Action bar “on” and hide document list “on” gets you the action bar and also hides the document list. In this mode you get a few more horizontal pixels and you’ll have to change documents using the action bar:
Action bar “on” and hide document list “off”and split action bar “on” gets you the action bar, right document list and adds an extra action bar to the bottom. Useful if you have a narrow screen and want to have more icons showing but will cost you some vertical space:
Action bar “on” and hide document list “on”and split action bar “on” gets you the action bar, no right document list but adds an extra action bar to the bottom:
With version 1.12.0, users of DroidEdit Pro with rooted devices can now edit system files. To enable root mode, just go to preferences/other and check the corresponding box.
Be warned that root support is still very new and has only been tested in a couple of rooted devices. It may not work for all. Please use this post to share your experiences and be careful.
One common feature request for DroidEdit is git support. Although not trivial, you can already use git with DroidEdit Pro and a SFTP connection. You just have to add some external commands. For example:
Alias: Git Add
Command: git add $(file)
Result: Show Result
Alias: Git Commit
Command: git commit -m ‘$(message)’
Result: Show Result
Alias: Git Log
Command: git log
Result: Open in new file
And there are many more things you can do with external commands. For example:
Alias: Tidy HTML
Command: tidy $(file)