05-01-2012 10:56 PM - edited 05-01-2012 10:57 PM
I downloaded the BlackBerry 10 NDK (Beta) so I could work with Cascades. I know Cascades is not avaliable for BlackBerry PlayBook OS 2.0.
I got some errors telling me that the functions I was looking for were avaliable in a different library and to use that. I realized that BlackBerry 10 has a library called "libm" that it kept wanting me to use. I can't because it's not on the PlayBook.
I know that the NDK has an option to change which SDK I want to use.
I changed the SDK settings for the specified projects to use NDK 2.0 instead of NDK 10. The libm errors are now gone. But now when I try to compile I get the following error:
cc: spawn of C:\bbndk-2.0.0\host\win32\x86\usr\lib\gcc\i486-pc-
nto-qnx8.0.0\4.6.3\cc1 failed: No such file or directory
I know this library (minus the bbndk-2.0.0 portion) exists in the NDK beta, but in NDK 2.0 it is an older version.
How do I compile a PlayBook compatible app/library within the BlackBerry 10 NDK?
05-02-2012 06:50 AM
the documentation for setting up the environment says you need the dev alpha device (or simulator):
"Download and install the simulator
If you have a BlackBerry 10 Alpha device, you don't need a simulator. But if you don't have a device, you'll need the BlackBerry 10 Dev Alpha Simulator to test your applications."
my guess is we will need to wait to get a playbook dev os build that will support the new frameworks.
05-02-2012 07:07 AM
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