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Blackberry GamePlay Sample games

Hi guys


I downloaded the blackberry GamePlay SDK with : 

git clone https://github.com/blackberry/GamePlay.git


Then I imported all the samples into my QNX IDE, the gold version. I didn't try this with the previous versions.

I highlight all the projects and right click and build.


I get this result: 

the actual url if the image link is broken is : http://screencloud.net/v/2lw


if I try to deploy the apps that don't have errors I get no binaries error.


I hope that you guys can help me building these building errors.

Posts: 18
Registered: ‎11-28-2012
My Device: none
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Re: Blackberry GamePlay Sample games

I want to say I solved this issue, I don't know how to edit the title to show solved.


If your building gameplay sdk on linux you need to be running a 64 bit linux version.

I made a post over at gameplay3d.org forum : http://www.gameplay3d.org/forums/viewtopic.php?f=3&t=221&p=943&sid=569d8de379ac2466cf741f96607b6ac3#...


Without following the link here's a quick tutorial. 

Remember linux users need to use a 64 bit version.


git clone https://github.com/blackberry/GamePlay.git
cd GamePlay
cmake .

wait a bit
Open up QNX then
click file, import (under general->existing projects into workspace)
press next, browse to the "GamePlay" folder
make sure (Copy projects into workspace is NOT checked)
click finish.

Right click on gamplay, build project.
It will take a bit to build but then you can go through and build the projects and test them.

***you might run into a security error to make your builds fail, if you do. Right click on the project or press (alt + enter) on linux.

under C/C++ build -> Settings
look for output control, uncheck Enhanced security check (-fstack-protector-strong)
===== I'd like some feedback on that above statement what exactly is -fstack-protector-strong, can disabling it have negative consequences?

build and launch the test apps.