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03-26-2013 03:07 PM
The unzip api needs Jnext it seems. Get errormessage related to JNext when trying to run on simulator
How to install? I downloaded Jnext and run install and it installed on all browsers
Require Error Can't find /usr/lib/webplatform/plugins/jnext/unzipjnext.so Library cannot be found.
I have put the requirde information in the ext folder as per instructions. its just the jNext that should be "installed"
03-28-2013 03:08 PM
Has anyone succeeded in installating this tool?
I took a closer look at the error message. Build and deploy works without error messages.
Message below pops directly after B&D has finished before I even try to start my app.
Require Error Can't find
Library cannot be found
Very strange path indeed. dDoes not really exist.
unzipJnext.so is installed in framework\ext\community.unzip\simulator\
in the SDK in accordance with the instructions on Github
running SDK 126.96.36.199
04-01-2013 07:16 AM
I don't think the *.so file downloaded from Github is compatible with simulators, only live devices.
Why? The SIM requires x86 binaries while live devices are ARM format. Looking in Github, I see that author only provided the /device binaries.
You have two options:
1) Recompile the native extension yourself, but make sure that both Device-Release and Simulator-Debug build configurations are selected. Full instructions on how to do this are here https://github.com/blackberry/WebWorks-Community-A
2) Open an issue in github and hope someone else publishes it for you
04-02-2013 06:21 AM
I replaced the .so file I got from "helpful peardox" and placed it in folder "simulator" on the same "level" as "device"
The same error persists:
I still have some kind of problem with jNext it seems Actually the same error I have had all the time.
Packaging and deploy runs without problem. Att launch of app in simulator I get:
"Require Error Cant find /usr/lib/webplatform/plugins/jnext/unzipJnext.so Library cannot be found"
Strange path. Why does it expect the unzipJnext.so file to be in a folder "jnext"
And that is not the only strange thing about the path.
04-02-2013 07:35 AM
Not sure about that one my friend
I went on what I saw - even so far as to get you to rename the .so
I'll try diagnosing things a little later but at this particular moment you're out of luck
My Z10 just arrived
04-03-2013 04:14 PM
OK - I'm over the new device stuff now
Email be the source and I'll run it up on my Z10 so we at least know if it works or not
There are several reports regarding the SIM over extensions so the quick way to do it is to run it on a device
Playbook expected tomoz and MAY get you a Dev Alpha next week (it'll take a month to arrive)
04-03-2013 06:16 PM - edited 04-03-2013 06:18 PM
Downloading and write to disk works fine on ripple. On simulator I get an error message;
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