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From Deepak MS <megharajdee...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: How to avoid native extension execution?
Date Tue, 26 Nov 2013 07:04:20 GMT
Ok. So if I need to have 2 separate app.xml files, then I think I should be
removing 'extensions' node from xml file right? If so, I did try running
the app on desktop after removing that node, but still I get the same
error. Or is there something else I have to do in xml file to make it work?

On Tue, Nov 26, 2013 at 12:06 PM, Alex Harui <aharui@adobe.com> wrote:

> You might be able to set up a custom run/debug configuration that picks a
> different -app.xml file.
> On 11/25/13 9:57 PM, "Deepak MS" <megharajdeepak@gmail.com> wrote:
> >Hi there,
> >I'm using a native extension for one of my iPad app, which takes care of
> >unzipping large files on the device. Whenever there are any code changes
> >in
> >the app, I always have to test it on the device, as I cannot run the app
> >on
> >windows AIR simulator when I am using native extension. I get this error
> >message if I try to run it on desktop:
> >
> >"Process terminated unexpectedly.
> >
> >The content cannot be loaded because there was a problem loading an
> >extension: Error: Requested extension com.xyz.ane.ANEZip is not supported
> >for Windows-x86."
> >
> >It really takes lot of time to test it out on the device each and every
> >time when changes are done in the app.
> >
> >So I wanted to know if there is a way we can avoid native extension from
> >getting executed, while we want to test it on desktop?
> >
> >Right now I have created 2 projects! One with native extension and another
> >without native extension to test on desktop. I know for sure, this isn't
> >the right way.

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