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CapQNX
Posts: 101
Registered: ‎01-11-2013
My Device: BlackBerry Curve
My Carrier: Docomo

Upgraded BlackBerry 10 Native SDK 10.1

Hi All,

I upgraded BlackBerry 10 Native sdk in Ubuntu 12.04 ,After that i am getting "An internal error occurred during: "QMLMarkerUpdater".
com.rim.tad.tools.qml.parser.ast.ASTUnaryExpression cannot be cast to com.rim.tad.tools.qml.parser.ast.ASTBinaryExpression" show error at loading time.
and also project execute very well but in qml code display error invalid propery. an also every line display could not be resolved in src file
i don't know , how to solve this issue ?

Thanks

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randob
Posts: 1
Registered: ‎05-15-2013
My Device: Q10 (Developer)
My Carrier: T-Mobile

Re: Upgraded BlackBerry 10 Native SDK 10.1

I had this problem and found the IDE didn't like this line in my QML file:

myListModel.changeQty(listView.activeItem, +1);

...until I removed the plus sign. Figured this out by copying & pasting various parts of my file into the editor.
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helex
Posts: 275
Registered: ‎02-14-2012
My Device: Nokia N950 / BB Playbook
My Carrier: -

Re: Upgraded BlackBerry 10 Native SDK 10.1

I had this also once, at the old SDK my code worked without any problems, beginning with 10.1.0.1020 I got the same error using this code:

 

    Slider {
        fromValue: -14
        toValue: +14
    }

 I had +14 there because I had a more symetric feeling during writing the code. :Innocent:

 

I needed some time to finding the reason why the error occured, this code works now:

    Slider {
        fromValue: -14
        toValue: 14
    }

 

Sometimes it simply hurts. :Wacko:

 

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slashkyle
Posts: 814
Registered: ‎10-16-2012
My Device: Red Z10, Dev Alpha C
My Carrier: Telus

Re: Upgraded BlackBerry 10 Native SDK 10.1

my guess would be that it already accounts for a posotive unless a - is thrown at it, adding the + makes it try to make a double posotive and it apparenlty isn't that enthusiastic :smileywink:

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