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From Brian LeRoux...@brian.io>
Subject Re: blackberry10 build
Date Mon, 22 Jul 2013 19:40:46 GMT
Wow, this is awesome thanks Bryan!

On Mon, Jul 22, 2013 at 3:32 PM, Bryan Higgins <bryan@bryanhiggins.net> wrote:
> I've entered the following issues into JIRA and we will be working to get
> them resolved over the next two weeks.
>
> Code:
>
> - [CB-4273] CLI pass through of command line args
>
> - [CB-4340] Query device to get PIN (no longer required in
> blackberry10.json)
>
> - [CB-4342] Auto-detect connected USB device
>
> - [CB-4344] Auto-detect started simulator
>
> - [CB-4345] Improve error output for common failure scenarios
>
> - [CB-4346] Change DEFAULT_BAR_NAME, remove from create script
>
> Docs:
>
> - [CB-4347] Restore improvements with screen shots / BBNDK path instructions
>
> - [CB-4349] Add debug token section
>
> - [CB-4351] Add project settings section (config.xml)
>
>
> On Mon, Jul 22, 2013 at 11:49 AM, Bryan Higgins <bryan@bryanhiggins.net>wrote:
>
>> Matt - thanks for the detailed feedback!
>>
>> I'll be entering in JIRAs for the tasks needed to tighten up the bb10 CLI
>> experience today.
>>
>>
>> On Mon, Jul 22, 2013 at 11:20 AM, Lucas Holmquist <lholmqui@redhat.com>wrote:
>>
>>> Nice write up,
>>> On Jul 22, 2013, at 11:14 AM, Matt Lantz <mattlantz@gmail.com> wrote:
>>>
>>> > Developing a BlackBerry10 App with Cordova 3.0.0
>>> > ------------------------------------------------
>>> >
>>> > So, I started by downloading all the appropriate developer SDKs from
>>> BlackBerry. Though in retrospect I suppose I only needed the webworks one.
>>> > After downloading and installing those. I followed the instructions
>>> ensuring that I had nodejs installed, and performed an installation of
>>> cordova. I performed the create app which went fine. I decided first to
>>> test run iOS given that I live in an OSX world. I added iOS, made a couple
>>> tweaks and ran it in the simulator flawlessly. Awesome experience.
>>> >
>>> > On to BlackBerry. I first attempted to add the blackberry platform. It
>>> responded with no platform. Since I knew a handful of stuff that Gord had
>>> been working on for BlackBerry builds I attempted, qnx, playbook, bb10, and
>>> then blackberry10 that seemed to be the golden key. After getting the
>>> platform set, I decided to experiment a bit.
>>> >
>>> > I ran the build, and understood how it pulled over the www folder data
>>> to the platforms. I had a couple issues with this though. It seemed that
>>> any custom writing I had done in the platform itself (blackberry10) was
>>> overwritten, including the config.xml which meant if I did an upgrade to
>>> the www directory even changed the file config.xml with new name etc it
>>> overwrites the custom stuff I set in the blackberry10 platform, with
>>> default values of 'WebWorks Application' etc.
>>> >
>>> > So I set some details such as name and author and then added some text
>>> to the index.html page of the www directory for the blackberry10 platform
>>> directory. Then I decided to test run it on a blackberry device.
>>> >
>>> > Since I had previous experience doing this, I got my debug tokens and
>>> got all that set by following the instructions on BlackBerry's website.
>>> This hit a snag in that it appeared I had used a short password.
>>> BlackBerry's website says that the csjpin must be between 6-10 alphanumeric
>>> characters. But it then turns out that WebWorks needs at least 8
>>> alphanumeric characters. That was a pain, and lots of wasted time but I got
>>> through that.
>>> >
>>> > I didn't even bother installing the blackberry emulator since my
>>> previous experience with it sucked, I decided to try it on a real device. I
>>> had all the tokens in place and attempted to do a build with the
>>> instructions on the blackberry website. That failed with no signing
>>> password provided statement. I did some digging very confusingly since I
>>> had set all those details with my signing keys etc according to the
>>> blackberry website. I messaged the mailing list in the end, where Fil
>>> helped me out by suggesting I run the cordova run command.
>>> >
>>> > cordova -d run blackberry10
>>> >
>>> > I had no idea there was such a command since I had been following the
>>> CLI instructions on Phonegap's website, and didn't see that anywhere. I
>>> attempted that and it failed same statement of the no signing password
>>> provided. I was all the more confused, read everything scoured
>>> stackoverflow, and finally posted again to the mailing list, and got a
>>> response from Jeffrey Heifetz talking about the
>>> %home%/.cordova/blackberry10.json.
>>> >
>>> > Just before I got Jeff's response I had decided to try upgrading my
>>> version of Cordova. According to:
>>> >
>>> > cordova -v
>>> >
>>> > I had cordova 3.0.0rc1 which was not giving me any information about
>>> the blackberry10.json file I had to modify. After performing:
>>> >
>>> > sudo npm update -g cordova
>>> >
>>> > It stated I now had 3.0.0
>>> >
>>> > I attempted the cordova -d run blackberry10 again and this time I saw
>>> the %home%/.cordova/blackberry10.json statement. I went to the file
>>> immediately and added the "keystorepass" that I had used in my debug token.
>>> Called the run command and bam the app uploaded to the device. I was elated.
>>> >
>>> > I can honestly say I am stupefied as to how awesome the CLI is for
>>> Cordova everyone! I was amazed at how fast I could get something put
>>> together. However, documentation is still lacking, in particular with
>>> blackberry10. It was quite confusing for a relative outsider. I'm happy to
>>> fork the documentation and work on any inconsistencies/ issues I can help
>>> with.
>>> >
>>> >
>>> > On 20 July, 2013 at 9:17:46 PM, Filip Maj (fil@adobe.com) wrote:
>>> >
>>> >> Yeh Matt if you would be so kind as to summarize your experience then
>>> >> certainly we can formalize as issues and make sure to fix in the coming
>>> >> weeks so it's not as difficult. Appreciate you working through it!
>>> >>
>>> >> On 7/20/13 9:31 AM, "M. Lantz" <mattlantz@gmail.com> wrote:
>>> >>
>>> >> >Thanks Jeff, I finally caught on to that after upgrading my Cordova.
I
>>> >> >was on 3.0.0rc not 3.0.0 and noticed the the comments that indicated
>>> >> >that. Thanks though.
>>> >> >
>>> >> >M. Lantz
>>> >> >
>>> >> >On 2013-07-20, at 2:17 AM, Jeffrey Heifetz <jheifetz@blackberry.com>
>>> >> >wrote:
>>> >> >
>>> >> >> You haw no signing key provided so it's skipping debug token
>>> >> >>generation. You need to either add a key store pass value to
your
>>> >> >>%home%/.cordova/blackberry10.json or use the platform level
>>> cordova/run
>>> >> >>script with -k and your key store pass.
>>> >> >>
>>> >> >> Sent from my BlackBerry 10 smartphone on the Rogers network.
>>> >> >> From: Matt Lantz
>>> >> >> Sent: Friday, July 19, 2013 9:02 PM
>>> >> >> To: dev@cordova.apache.org
>>> >> >> Reply To: dev@cordova.apache.org
>>> >> >> Subject: Re: blackberry10 build
>>> >> >>
>>> >> >>
>>> >> >>
>>> >> >> Still having issues with this one Fil. Not sure what I'm missing.
>>> >> >>
>>> >> >> Thanks to everyone who can offer some advice. I feel like such
a
>>> n00b
>>> >> >>with this situation.
>>> >> >>
>>> >> >> I'm following the cordova cli instructions but I get this error:
>>> >> >>
>>> >> >>
>>> >> >> jarvis-3:cordova mlantz$ cordova -d run blackberry10
>>> >> >>
>>> >> >> cordova library for "blackberry10" already exists. No need
to
>>> download.
>>> >> >>Continuing.
>>> >> >>
>>> >> >> Wrote out BlackBerry application name to "Yo"
>>> >> >>
>>> >> >> Wrote out BlackBerry package name to "com.example.hello"
>>> >> >>
>>> >> >> Wrote out BlackBerry version to "0.0.1"
>>> >> >>
>>> >> >> Calling plugman.prepare for platform "blackberry10"
>>> >> >>
>>> >> >> Preparing blackberry10 project...
>>> >> >>
>>> >> >> Processing configuration changes for plugins.
>>> >> >>
>>> >> >> Iterating over installed plugins: []
>>> >> >>
>>> >> >> Writing out cordova_plugins.js...
>>> >> >>
>>> >> >> Running app on platform "blackberry10" with command
>>> >>
>>> >>""/Users/mlantz/Programming/PhoneGap/yo/platforms/blackberry10/cordova/ru
>>> >> >>n" --device" (output to follow)...
>>> >> >>
>>> >> >> [WARN] No signing password provided, will omit debug token
>>> generation
>>> >> >>
>>> >> >> [BUILD] Populating application source
>>> >> >>
>>> >> >> [BUILD] Parsing config.xml
>>> >> >>
>>> >> >> [BUILD] Generating output files
>>> >> >>
>>> >> >> [WARN] Failed to find debug token
>>> >> >>
>>> >> >> [INFO] Info: Package created:
>>> >>
>>> >>/Users/mlantz/Programming/PhoneGap/yo/platforms/blackberry10/build/simula
>>> >> >>tor/DEFAULT_BAR_NAME.bar
>>> >> >>
>>> >> >> [WARN] Failed to find debug token
>>> >> >>
>>> >> >> [INFO] Info: Package created:
>>> >>
>>> >>/Users/mlantz/Programming/PhoneGap/yo/platforms/blackberry10/build/device
>>> >> >>/DEFAULT_BAR_NAME.bar
>>> >> >>
>>> >> >> [BUILD] BAR packaging complete
>>> >> >>
>>> >> >> [INFO] Info: Sending request: Install and Launch
>>> >> >>
>>> >> >> [INFO] Info: Action: Install and Launch
>>> >> >>
>>> >> >> [INFO] Info: File size: 8096383
>>> >> >>
>>> >> >> [INFO] Info: Installing
>>> default.app.id.testDev_ault_app_id417e7455...
>>> >> >>
>>> >> >> [INFO] Info: Processing 8096383 bytes
>>> >> >>
>>> >> >> [INFO] actual_dname::
>>> >> >>
>>> >> >> [INFO] actual_id::actual_version::result::failure 881 application
>>> >> >>author does not match debug token author
>>> >> >>
>>> >> >>
>>> >> >> Error: An error occurred while running the blackberry10 project.
>>> [WARN]
>>> >> >> No signing password provided, will omit debug token generation
>>> >> >>
>>> >> >> [BUILD] Populating application source
>>> >> >>
>>> >> >> [BUILD] Parsing config.xml
>>> >> >>
>>> >> >> [BUILD] Generating output files
>>> >> >>
>>> >> >> [WARN] Failed to find debug token
>>> >> >>
>>> >> >> [INFO] Info: Package created:
>>> >>
>>> >>/Users/mlantz/Programming/PhoneGap/yo/platforms/blackberry10/build/simula
>>> >> >>tor/DEFAULT_BAR_NAME.bar
>>> >> >>
>>> >> >> [WARN] Failed to find debug token
>>> >> >>
>>> >> >> [INFO] Info: Package created:
>>> >>
>>> >>/Users/mlantz/Programming/PhoneGap/yo/platforms/blackberry10/build/device
>>> >> >>/DEFAULT_BAR_NAME.bar
>>> >> >>
>>> >> >> [BUILD] BAR packaging complete
>>> >> >>
>>> >> >> [INFO] Info: Sending request: Install and Launch
>>> >> >>
>>> >> >> [INFO] Info: Action: Install and Launch
>>> >> >>
>>> >> >> [INFO] Info: File size: 8096383
>>> >> >>
>>> >> >> [INFO] Info: Installing
>>> default.app.id.testDev_ault_app_id417e7455...
>>> >> >>
>>> >> >> [INFO] Info: Processing 8096383 bytes
>>> >> >>
>>> >> >> [INFO] actual_dname::
>>> >> >>
>>> >> >> [INFO] actual_id::actual_version::result::failure 881 application
>>> >> >>author does not match debug token author
>>> >> >>
>>> >> >>
>>> >> >> at /usr/local/lib/node_modules/cordova/src/run.js:49:23
>>> >> >>
>>> >> >> at
>>> >>
>>> >>/usr/local/lib/node_modules/cordova/node_modules/shelljs/shell.js:1707:7
>>> >> >>
>>> >> >> at ChildProcess.exithandler (child_process.js:641:7)
>>> >> >>
>>> >> >> at ChildProcess.EventEmitter.emit (events.js:98:17)
>>> >> >>
>>> >> >> at maybeClose (child_process.js:735:16)
>>> >> >>
>>> >> >> at Socket.<anonymous> (child_process.js:948:11)
>>> >> >>
>>> >> >> at Socket.EventEmitter.emit (events.js:95:17)
>>> >> >>
>>> >> >> at Pipe.close (net.js:466:12)
>>> >> >>
>>> >> >> jarvis-3:cordova mlantz$
>>> >> >>
>>> >> >> On 19 July, 2013 at 5:17:55 PM, Filip Maj (fil@adobe.com) wrote:
>>> >> >>
>>> >> >> Instead of using the ./blackberry-deploy script yourself, why
not
>>> use
>>> >> >> `cordova -d run blackberry10` from within the project if its
>>> generated
>>> >> >>by
>>> >> >> cordova-cli?
>>> >> >>
>>> >> >> The cordova-blackberry scripts (which cordova-cli consumes)
will
>>> deploy
>>> >> >>a
>>> >> >> new debug token to your device every time. You can do the same
by
>>> >> >>running
>>> >> >> `./cordova/run --device` from within the corova-blackberry10
app
>>> project
>>> >> >> dir
>>> >> >>
>>> >> >> On 7/19/13 2:10 PM, "Matt Lantz" <mattlantz@gmail.com>
wrote:
>>> >> >>
>>> >> >>> Thanks a bunch Filip.
>>> >> >>> Anyone else know what's up with this error I get when trying
to
>>> deploy
>>> >> >>>an
>>> >> >>> app to my Q10?
>>> >> >>>
>>> >> >>> jarvis-3:bin mlantz$ ./blackberry-deploy -installApp -password
>>> ######
>>> >> >>> -device ###.###.##.### -package
>>> >> >>>
>>> >>
>>> >>>~/Programming/PhoneGap/yo/platforms/blackberry10/build/device/DEFAULT_BA
>>> >> >>>R_
>>> >> >>> NAME.bar
>>> >> >>> Info: Sending request: Install
>>> >> >>> Info: Action: Install
>>> >> >>> Info: File size: 8096802
>>> >> >>> Info: Installing ...
>>> >> >>> Info: Processing 8096802 bytes
>>> >> >>> actual_dname::
>>> >> >>> actual_id::
>>> >> >>> actual_version::
>>> >> >>> result::failure 881 application author does not match debug
token
>>> >> >>>author
>>> >> >>>
>>> >> >>>
>>> >> >>> I don't know what I'm missing. :(
>>> >> >>
>>> >> >>
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