Isn’t it strange? Even on Android, we still use the floppy disk icon to convey “save”. No device ever had a disk drive and by now, most users probably never handled a floppy to begin with.
Now, that was a waste of time! Tried to rewrite Raccoon’s protocol buffer definitions from proto2 to proto3. Turns out that in their infinite wisdom, Google retired the
required keywords. As a result, hazzer functions are no longer supported. In other words, it is impossible to tell the difference between a field that has not been set and a field that has been set to its default value. Needless to say that the DFE API (“Google Play”) makes heavy use messages with unset fields.
Why Google? Why?!
The Android ecosystem never fails to present new and fascinating get-rich-schemes.
Just wasted an hour looking at Android vs. IOS memes. Good thing, fanpeople never bother looking under the hood of their phones. Otherwise those memes would look like the love child of Franz Kafka and H.P. Lovecraft.