10-20-2011 07:32 AM
10-20-2011 09:45 AM
Oops I got something else wrong:
adt -package -target ane ~/Downloads/HelloWorld.ane ~/Documents/Blackberry\ Projects/HelloWorldExtension/Library/descriptor.xm
l -swc ~/Documents/Blackberry\ Projects/HelloWorldExtension/Library/com.Endare.He lloWorld.extension.swc -platform QNX-ARM ~/Documents/bb-ndk/HelloWorldExtension/Device-Debu g/libHelloWorldExtension.so
Unexpected implementation for platform: QNX-ARM
adt -version 184.108.40.20680
Which adt should I use?
10-20-2011 09:54 AM
Thanks, that did it, I forget to edit the descriptor. I got a new error though (Missing 'library.swf' for platform: QNX-ARM), but I think I can find this one in the Adobe documentation.
10-20-2011 09:58 AM
Did you compile an ActionScript library project (maybe using FB)? If yes you can extract the library.swf from the project output ".swc" file. The ".swc" file is just a zip file.
The library.swf file needs to sit besides the native shared library in the directory.
Yes check the Adobe docs for details.
10-20-2011 10:36 AM
I am following this thread with great interest. Does anyone know if an opensource reposititory for AIR native extension is in the works? If not how would one go about organizing such a project? This would be a boon to non C programmers like myself. but it would require lots of support from the NDK community.
10-20-2011 11:29 AM
10-20-2011 11:32 AM
10-20-2011 11:41 AM
Adobe have a page up listing ANE's, but does not tell us how to submit new ones:
This is good information - this is exactly what I am looking for.
So what we need now is a mechanism for needy AIR developers like me to communicate with kind souls from the BB NDK community who might be able to add entries for our platform.
I would image that an offficial RIM mechanism would be best. Does anyone know who I could contact?