9 May 2012 8:57 AM #1
Does Architect work with SDK_Tools 2.0.0?
I have not yet figured out how to deploy yet.
Copy does nothing.
I get this error trying to package:
[31m[1m[WARN] The current working directory (C:\Program Files\SenchaArchitect) is not a recognized Sencha SDK or application folder.<br> Running in backwards compatible mode.[22m[39m Sencha Command v2.0.0 Beta 3...
If not, will this be fixed in Architect at the same time the SDK_Tools are released?
9 May 2012 9:55 AM #2
I pressed deploy and then copy and it shows the copy popup which says running xcopy but nothing is copied.
Can anyone tell me what is supposed to happen?
It copied once and then never again. I tried deleting the contents of the deploy folder but now it is still empty.
9 May 2012 2:17 PM #3
Re: the first question regarding the current working directory this should be fixed in the next auto update of Sencha Architect.
Re: the xcopy, it won't copy anything if there have been no changes.Aaron Conran
9 May 2012 4:39 PM #4
I worked at trying trying to get this to work all day. I even deleted my deploy folder to see if that helped. Now nothing gets put there. I gave up on my Windows machine and moved to Ubuntu to see if that made a difference. I was able to get an example to work there. I used the CityBars example from the docs. Had a lot of problems with errors in that downloaded example. (see http://www.sencha.com/forum/showthre...ncha-Architect )
Anyway, from what you are saying, the deploy copy attempts to be smart and only copy changes.
If I change the deploy location will it copy it all?
Can I somehow reset something to get it to start copying?
Do I have to start over?
9 May 2012 7:42 PM #5
10 May 2012 4:55 AM #6
I got things working on a linux machine but what you are saying is not working correctly on my windows machine. I am using the downloaded project files from the bottom of this page:
I had to correct many things to get the app to work and still can only get it to deploy on my windows machine if I do not save the file to a different folder. If I change the deploy path and url and save the project to a new project folder it will not deploy.
To test this I deleted all folders and unzipped the file again. I loaded it up into Architect and changed the deploy path and url and saved to a different project name and folder(Save As). I then tried to deploy and nothing was copied. I closed Architect and reopened the new project name and tried again. Nothing in the deploy folder.
I tried the same thing on the linux machine and it seems to work correctly. I think from reading somewhere that I must use the windows machine and not linux to get a native package of an app.
What am I missing?
11 May 2012 12:32 AM #7
I am also trying to
sencha app build production
[ERROR] The current working directory (xxxxx) is not a recognized Sencha SDK or application folder
11 May 2012 5:30 AM #8
From what I can tell by experimentation, Architect does not set up the directory structure needed by the SDK_Tools to build a touch app. This directory change is new and apparently Architect has not been updated to be consistent.
So, if I build with Architect, how do I use the SDK_Tools to build an app? When will this be inconsistency be resolved?
As things seem to be changing fast in all areas, some things are lagging behind and causing problems. What is the best way to proceed with work and and not get stuck with a missing piece?
12 May 2012 9:42 PM #9
I'm hitting this issue as well
How often are these autoupdates pushed out?
Also, is there a workaround in the meantime?
13 May 2012 11:19 PM #10
It looks like SDK_Tools 2.0.0 and ST2 still does not work with Sencha Architect Build 439 (new version). Very sad, really need to use microloader.