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While developing my latest app, I added some database code and could no longer do a production build of the app. It simply hangs while "Resolving your application dependencies". I boiled the problem down a single line in my code and tested it with a clean project. The following method call seems to be the culprit thats causing some sort of cyclic dependency that breaks the build:
I ended up resolving it by moving the location of this call to a later view (I originally had it in the controller for my first view, changed it to my second view which was really when I needed the database created anyway and it worked). Don't know why this resolved the issue, but it did.
Well crap, I actually thought the phantomJS database was the problem but it seems it wasn't. Well it was A problem but not the only problem.
Apparently you are correct that if the database is opened at "some point" it causes a hang in the build. I do not have the option to move my database calls later as i need them first thing when the application opens.
I know its hacky, but i do need the application to build
If you absolutely have to, one thing I did before I fixed mine was build without the openDatabase call then manually insert it afterwords into the build's app.js on the line you need it. It's a pain to do, but it works...