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From Brian>
Subject Re: Setting up Cordova Dev environment
Date Tue, 02 Jul 2013 17:46:19 GMT
Hey Becky, Andrew already kinda answered this in another thread but I
ganked that response into this wiki page:

Should help you figure how to get rolling quickly. (This part of our
story definitely needs some work.)

On Mon, Jul 1, 2013 at 12:15 PM, Becky Gibson <> wrote:
> So, I've been away from Cordova development for several months.  I thought
> I might look into fixing a few iOS bugs.
>    - I updated my cordova-ios repo and used the create script to create a
>    new test project as this seemed to be still available.  I know cli is
>    available but I didn't see options for working from the repos (like the
>    --shared option in the cordova-ios script lets me do).
>    -   I ran the project in the simulator and saw the familiar  logo and
>    device is ready. Yeah!
>    - Now I want to run mobile-spec to make sure everything works before I
>    start changing code.  I plopped the mobile-spec files into my www
>    directory.  The app builds but certainly doesn't run the tests properly.
>    - So, I figure that I need to build cordova.js.   And I suddenly realize
>    the world is completely different!
> There are all these new repos - cordova-plugin-*.  I'm wondering if there
> is an easy way to create all of these repos and keep them all updated?
>  Does anyone have any scripts to share?   If I am going to be a good
> Cordova developer I assume I should have a repo for each of the "native"
> plugins and build and run them if I make any Cordova infrastructure
> changes.  Is there any documentation for the best way to do this?   I got a
> little overwhelmed at having to create and pull 19 new cordova-plugin-*
> repos?   I guess that is what I get for not keeping up with the mailing
> list!
> I did search the wiki for any clues but didn't see any magic to help me
> manage all of the new repos - any quick advice to share or docs or
> particular email exchanges that would help me get back up to speed?
> thanks,
> -becky

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