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From Jeffrey Heifetz <jheif...@blackberry.com>
Subject Re: plug man and <lib-file> tags
Date Fri, 03 May 2013 19:19:49 GMT
If you feel framework is a better choice I'm fine with that, I just
thought that frameworks were a part of the os/platform, but this would be
a native shared object made by the developer.

On 13-05-03 3:14 PM, "Filip Maj" <fil@adobe.com> wrote:

>What about using <framework> elements for that? We can add a `target`
>attribute to it to satisfy BB's needs.
>
>On 5/3/13 12:07 PM, "Jeffrey Heifetz" <jheifetz@blackberry.com> wrote:
>
>>While implementing the BlackBerry10 platform updates in plugman I've
>>noticed that the <lib-file> tags have been removed. I wanted to know if
>>this was a conscious decision and if so would anyone object to me
>>reviving them. In BlackBerry 10 some plugins require the use of
>>sharedObject libraries I would like to reference using the tag.
>>
>>Additionally I'd like to add an attribute "target" that would say the
>>architecture the lib-file was built for. For BB10 the libraries are built
>>for device and simulator and we must install the library files
>>appropriate depending on the target at build time.
>>
>>So long as there are no objections, this will be merged in as part of the
>>BlackBerry10 merge Lorin is helping us with in the not too distant
>>future.
>>
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