The old Sencha architect allowed me to Deploy a copy of my app that I could then load into eclipse and from there I could add phonegap. The new build 676 doesn't seem to give me the option of copying and including the necessary Sencha files. Is this actually missing or is there a better way for me to do this.
publishing is like deploy, open a url to your localhost(127.0.0.1/path to your deploy folder(assets/www/)
most likely it is in assets/www/app and so on, just set your deploy path to there. then you are all set, when you hit publish, your files in assets get updated.
Thanks, I guess what has me confused is the difference between two output locations. The first output location is defined under SETTINGS/PROJECT/Publish_path.
The second output location is defined within project inspector under RESOURCES/PACKAGER/Output_Path.
I see both of these destinations being populated. Not sure what Sencha intends the difference to be. I notice that the output_path default setting is ../build, and that it includes some architect files.
In terms of what I should use as a starting point for eclipse, my gut feeling is that I should use the files that sencha outputs to publish path?
Architect uses output location defined within Settings Publish Path.
I used this to create a file set that I then included within a Phonegap 2.2 project. Actually worked very nicely.
BTW, I had been using a dated version of eclipse. I updated to the latest version from the google android site and this really helped me. If you have not taken a look at this new eclipse IDE with build in ADT/SDK I would recommend that you do.