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From "Benjamin Clot (JIRA)" <j...@apache.org>
Subject [jira] [Comment Edited] (CB-4316) Android library not getting properly downloaded/installed
Date Thu, 01 Aug 2013 10:35:49 GMT

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Benjamin Clot edited comment on CB-4316 at 8/1/13 10:35 AM:
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I just updated all modules: although it's now downloading 3.0.0 (final), the exact same thing
still happens, that is my last log line is "Requesting https://git-wip-us.apache.org/repos/asf?p=cordova-android.git;a=snapshot;h=3.0.0;sf=tgz..."
and I get a *partially untarred folder* in "C:\Users\Benjamin\.cordova\lib\android\cordova\3.0.0\cordova-android-3.0.0-d0b3f41".

As far as I'm concerned, the culprit is either the request.get() or the tar.Extract() operation,
because if I manually extract "cordova-android-3.0.0-d0b3f41.tar.gz" to "C:\Users\Benjamin\.cordova\lib\android\cordova\3.0.0",
then run the build command, it works.

Is the tar downloaded somewhere then extracted or is decompressing done on the fly?

*EDIT*
Something strange just happened. I was browsing through the request module and added a {{console.log(this);}}
to line 1173 (beginning of the pipe function). Then I ran the {{cordova --verbose build android}}
command and:
# pipe was called only once (although there are two instances in {{lazy-load.js}}, one to
create the unzip, one to untar)
# the file downloaded and extracted successfully and the build passed.

One a related matter: why is there no request module in my npm_modules in phonegap, when there
is one in cordova? (and both seem to use it)
                
      was (Author: bclot):
    I just updated all modules: although it's now downloading 3.0.0 (final), the exact same
thing still happens, that is my last log line is "Requesting https://git-wip-us.apache.org/repos/asf?p=cordova-android.git;a=snapshot;h=3.0.0;sf=tgz..."
and I get a *partially untarred folder* in "C:\Users\Benjamin\.cordova\lib\android\cordova\3.0.0\cordova-android-3.0.0-d0b3f41".

As far as I'm concerned, the culprit is either the request.get() or the tar.Extract() operation,
because if I manually extract "cordova-android-3.0.0-d0b3f41.tar.gz" to "C:\Users\Benjamin\.cordova\lib\android\cordova\3.0.0",
then run the build command, it works.

Is the tar downloaded somewhere then extracted or is decompressing done on the fly?

*EDIT*
Something strange just happened. I was browsing through the request module and added a {{console.log(this);}}
to line 1173 (beginning of the pipe function). Then I ran the {{cordova --verbose build android}}
command and:
# pipe was called only once (although there are two instances in {{lazy-load.js}}, one to
create the unzip, one to untar)
# the file downloaded and extracted successfully and the build passed.
                  
> Android library not getting properly downloaded/installed
> ---------------------------------------------------------
>
>                 Key: CB-4316
>                 URL: https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/CB-4316
>             Project: Apache Cordova
>          Issue Type: Bug
>          Components: Android, CLI
>    Affects Versions: 3.0.0
>         Environment: Windows 8
>            Reporter: Benjamin Clot
>            Assignee: Michael Brooks
>
> This a follow-up to [this issue|https://github.com/mwbrooks/phonegap-cli/issues/77#issuecomment-21170828]
on the PhoneGap CLI GitHub.
> Basically, after running {{cordova --verbose platform add android}}, I get downloading
<url> and requesting <url> but then it stops and I only have a {{%userdir%\.cordova\lib\android\cordova\3.0.0rc1\cordova-android-3.0.0rc1-25bb215}}
directory.

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