05-13-2011 06:07 AM
Well, at one point I had a fully functioning SDK but it seems it somehow broke and I'm hoping someone here has seen this so I don't have to track it down.
This started after I installed my signing keys on this system, not sure if it's related or not, but it is the only thing that has changed.
Here's what I'm getting:
C:\Program Files\Research In Motion\BlackBerry WebWorks SDK for TabletOS 18.104.22.168
\bbwp>bbwp "c:\Projects\tbs\Hello World\HelloWorld.zip"
[INFO] Parsing command line options
[INFO] Parsing bbwp.properties
[INFO] Validating WebWorks archive
[INFO] Parsing config.xml
[WARNING] Failed to find a <feature> element
[WARNING] Failed to find the <author> element
[INFO] Populating application source
[INFO] Compiling WebWorks application
webworks\loadingScreen\Transitions.as(70): col: 13 Error: Access of undefined
I then get quite a few more errors basically saying wherever Tweener comes from is not being included...
Tried uninstalling it and making sure all the folders were gone, twice, to no avail.
Anyone have a good idea of a place to look?
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05-13-2011 09:45 AM
When I got that error, it was because I was using the wrong SDK. In my case, I had been using the SDK for phones while trying to run bbwp on my tablet application. Installed the right SDK, and the tweener problem went away.
05-13-2011 12:14 PM
Thanks! Gives me something to look at and see what I can find. The SDK installed is for sure the Playbook SDK as this is a development VM I setup just for that purpose. Also, as I said before I was getting a complete compile no more then a day or two ago, this started up after I installed my signing keys and deployed a debug token to my Playbook.
I'll take a look at the blackberry-tablet-sdk folder and see if I can find any recent changes in it. Maybe even a reinstall of the Adobe AIr SDK would help as well. (Air and WebWorks SDK are installed, Air SDK works fine still)
05-13-2011 02:14 PM
Found my issue! When I installed it I pointed it at the 4.5 folder for the AIR SDK, I reinstalled it with it pointed at the blackberry-tablet-sdk-1.0.1 folder and life is good now!
Now I've just got to get over the failure 500, unsigned bar file error when deploying with a debug token....
05-13-2011 03:47 PM
Be sure to read this thread:
In short, you need to include a blackberry-tablet.xml file (storing the author and authorId) alongside the config.xml file when you package your bar file.