08-16-2013 06:09 PM
first image is what I see when I first drag/drop the file onto chrome's extensions page.
second image is what I see after I click the continue button.
It's almost like it thinks I added that CRX file off a web site.
I'm fiddling w/ the Ant script now...it's probably easier if that actually works.
08-16-2013 06:13 PM
Remembered to try unzipping the CRX file and doing a Load Unpacked Extension from the Extensions page w/ the Developer checkbox turned on and it works. I can start up the services (amusing that it says something about Capt Picard :-)
So that's a viable workaround. Guess I don't have to fiddle w/ the Ant script but I probably will just to see if it works better...
08-16-2013 10:24 PM
Weird. Why does it show file:///H/Temp... ?
Are you dragging the file into the window, or into the address bar?
I dragged it onto the window. It'd be a lot harder to drag it into the address bar because you have to be a lot more accurate :-)
I thought it was weird that the URL changed as well but I thought that's just how Chrome showed things if you dragged a CRX file onto it..
At any rate, I'm all set. I got Ripple installed and it can package/sign now.
I also got the Ant script working and like it a lot better. It's a lot more natural thing to do if you're an Android developer. You guys should mention it on your webworks web page. It's a helluva lot better than that bbwp script from Hell :-)
Thanks for all the suggestions.
Now it's on to trying it in the simulator and trying to upload it onto BB World...
06-08-2014 11:34 PM
I have the solution, you have to use the ripple emulator provided by blackberry and not the one from the chrome store, and then when you have it downloaded you must not double click on it, what you must do is drag and drop the ripple emulator file from the folder to the extentions page of chrome.
There´s a better way to explain that in here:
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