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bbwp web inspector

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Hello,

 

I'm trying to package my app and enable the web inspector with :

 

bbwp "C:\Users\Laurent\RippleSites\Output\NotesOnPictures.zip" -d -o "C:\Users\Laurent\RippleSites\Output\device\"

 

I got the following error message : [ERROR]: RangeError: maximum call stack size exceeded

 

What can I do ?

 

Thanks for your help,

Laurent

 

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My Device: 9360, PlayBook,10 Dev Alpha
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Re: bbwp web inspector

Hello Laurent!

I suppose you are have a Skype plugin Chrome, please uninstall it and try again.
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Re: bbwp web inspector

I'm not using Skype but maybe it's preinstalled within Google chrome. I'll check.

Thx 

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Re: bbwp web inspector

Or just use a command line
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Re: bbwp web inspector

Try this from the command line:

%SDKPATH%\third_party\node\windows\node.exe %SDKPATH%\lib\bbwp.js "C:\Users\Laurent\RippleSites\Output\NotesOnPictures.zip" -o "C:\Users\Laurent\RippleSites\Output\device\" -d

 

where %SDKPATH% is the path to where you've installed WebWorks.

 

 

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Re: bbwp web inspector

Try with another computer using W7 or mac ive never had problems with this
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Re: bbwp web inspector

I don't have skype google chrome extension and I got the same issue with the command line (or Olivier workaround).

 

I'm able to package my app with Ripple or with the command line but I got the issue if I want to package a web inspector enabled .bar !

 

Not sure how I can debug my app for now...

 

I need to test the invocation of the camera and the file picker and I can't do it in Ripple. When I load my app in the simulator, nothing happens when I click on the "open camera" or "open file picker" buttons.

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Re: bbwp web inspector

Maybe your file name is too long?

 

Just to be sure, you're saying that only adding -d generates this error? Without it you have no error?

 

Try turning on verbose mode to see if bbwp gives you more info.

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