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<!-- This file describes the code in the SkeletonApp package, which is
used by the system to determine how to start your application and
integrate it with the rest of the system. -->
<!-- Declare the contents of this Android application. The namespace
attribute brings in the Android platform namespace, and the package
supplies a unique name for the application. When writing your
own application, the package name must be changed from "com.example.*"
to come from a domain that you own or have control over. -->
<manifest xmlns:android=""
<uses-sdk android:targetSdkVersion="11"/>
<!-- This package contains an application... The 'label' is the name
to display to the user for the overall application, and provides
a default label for all following components. The syntax here is a
reference to one of our string resources.-->
<application android:label="@string/skeleton_app">
<!-- An Activity in the application - this is something the user
can launch and interact with. The "name" attribute is the
name of the class within your package that implements this
activity. -->
<activity android:name="SkeletonActivity">
<!-- An IntentFilter tells the system when it should use your
activity. This allows the user to get to your activity
without someone having to explicitly know to launch your
class "". -->
<!-- The MAIN action describes a main entry point into an
activity, without any associated data. -->
<action android:name="android.intent.action.MAIN" />
<!-- This places this activity into the main app list. -->
<category android:name="android.intent.category.LAUNCHER" />