Maybe i delivered what i meant wrong...
You can still inflate rows predefined using XML, but your the way to create
the specific inner layout would have to be created manually.
you want to do something like this:
You can't do that in android (well, you can, it just wouldn't work as you
expect it to).
The best option is to just do:
and then "inflate" all the information inside that linear layout.
Practically making your entire page one ListView (a listview is exactly
that.. a linear layout inside a scrollview with some fancy wrapper code to
make your life easier)
Your "adapter" would just have to know how to inflate the "rows"
differently according to their type.
i.e - the first row is just a regular textview (the header).
the second to X row would be rows of the first "listview" you wanted.
X+1 row is again a textview (the footer) and then X+2 to the end are rows
of the second listview type.