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07-25-2013 03:47 PM
I'm developing a Blackberry application with a friend. We're using source control and always have trouble with x86 conflicts. It's my understanding that this x86 folder is purely for running the application on the simulator. Would it be possible to simply regenerate this folder on our separate machines when necessary?
This problem directly relates to:
But no solution was ever reached.
Please let me know if I can clarify.
07-25-2013 04:37 PM
if you're using Git
your .gitignore should include
/arm/ /x86/ /config.pri /.device *.qm /assets/.assets.index
07-26-2013 02:41 AM
As you said, x86 folder is created when we debug as simulator.
It is automatically generated, so no need to put it on as you say on source control like svn.