kandi X-RAY | termux-app Summary
kandi X-RAY | termux-app Summary
Termux is an Android terminal application and Linux environment. Note that this repository is for the app itself (the user interface and the terminal emulation). For the packages installable inside the app, see termux/termux-packages. Quick how-to about Termux package management is available at Package Management. It also has info on how to fix repository is under maintenance or down errors when running apt or pkg commands. Issue needs extra attention.
Top functions reviewed by kandi - BETA
- Process an intent
- Build the notification
- Replace a sub - string in a String array
- Validates the regular file at the given path
- Called when the activity is created
- Initialize the terminal toolbar view
- Sets the term - terminal view and sessions
- Handle the given code point
- Toggle the terminal toolbar
- Handle a key down
- Initialize the application
- Process AM command from client socket
- Handle a touch event
- Invoked when a service is started
- Show a popup window
- Returns Markdown string for important links
- Creates input connection
- Called when the activity is started
- Renders an intent
- Updates the position based on the text selection
- Resume an intent
- Get the view for the terminal
- Initializes the extra key buttons
- Accept a new local socket
- Called when a context menu item is selected
- Creates the web view
termux-app Key Features
termux-app Examples and Code Snippets
Trending Discussions on termux-app
My Android app includes a set of executables that are extracted to app directory (/data/data/%package%/) on the first run. It worked just fine if targeted to Android 28 (
targetSdkVersion). Since November 2, 2020 it not allowed in Google Play and all the apps must target to 29. So it stopped working with permission exception.
What directory should executables be put to now?
PS. Some similar apps have the same issue....
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Nov-11 at 18:33
When targeting API 29 (Android 10 / Q) or above, it is not possible anymore to have execute permission for files stored within the app's home directory (data), which is exactly what you are describing (/data/data/%package%/).
This Android 10 modification was introduced in commit: https://android-review.googlesource.com/c/platform/system/sepolicy/+/804149 and was then confirmed officially by Google here: https://issuetracker.google.com/issues/128554619
This significant change is being discussed by various projects, in termux/termux-app#1072 for instance. One recommended and (hopefully) future-proof way is to extract program binaries into the application's native lib directory (with android:extractNativeLibs=true), where files can still be executed but are stored read-only for improved security.
Here are examples showing how to handle this change, in Termux with commit f6c3b6f in the android-10 branch or in this other project showing how to run the Erlang runtime on Android by exctrating all the files from a .zip archive into the jniLibs/"abi" subdirectory ("abi" being arm64-v8a for 64-bit ARM, armeabi-v7a for 32-bit ARM, etc.) with the imposed lib___.so filename format expected by the Android platform. Executable files can simply be moved in the right project folder manually, the important part is to use the lib___.so format for the filenames.
In the Android Manifest file, setting the attribute android:extractNativeLibs="true" will get these lib___.so files extracted at installation time in the right native lib directory, with support for execute permission. Symlinks can finally be created if needed in the usual app directory to use the regular executable names, instead of the harder-to-manipulate lib___.so versions.
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