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01-14-2013 01:57 AM
I am following the tutorial for signing an application at https://developer.blackberry.com/html5/documentati
It says you should put, e.g. 1.0.0.x in the bundle number field.
But what this "x" should be? And what is the bundle number? I'm totally new to the BB world :-)
01-14-2013 02:09 AM
Well, this last number is there in place to make sure that every signed (caution: not debug-signed) application version is unique.
If you use Ripple UI for signing it will automatically increase that number after each signing process for you.
01-14-2013 03:18 AM
So I can use any number for "x" for the first time, and it will get incremented automatically every time I sign my application using Ripple UI?
01-14-2013 03:23 AM
I'm pretty sure it just ignores the last digit (or character) at all. In my config.xmls I tend to put a zero (0) there (e.g. "184.108.40.206").
It just works as it should in Ripple.