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    Hi All,

    I've been trying to get Sencha Touch 2 on my android tablet. I'm fairly new to ST2. So far, I created an app using 'sencha generate app MyApp path/to/my/App'. I'm assuming I need to do a native build so I ran the command 'sencha app build native'. When I run the command, I get a "Content is not allowed in trailing section" org.xml.sax.SAXParseException in my build.xml file in the android sdk directory. Also, I don't see any files being populated in the folder I specified in the output path. Any help would be appreciated. thanks

    Windows 7/ 64-bit/ Sencha2.0.1.1
    Bruce

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    Moved to ST2 forums.

    Scott.

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    Should this be moved to the Cmd forums instead?

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    You are correct .. Hopefully the OP does not get lost

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    Thanks guys,

    I've tried all the tutorials and documents online but no luck. I'm still looking into it. thanks in advance.


    Bruce

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    Hi,

    Update. I still can't successfully build the package. However, I did manage to view the semi-build before it gave me the error: "filename or extension is too long". I'm trying to deploy a generic code using sencha on my tablet without using a web server. thanks

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    If you can upgrade to Sencha Touch 2.1 Beta 3, you can use the new packager in Sencha Cmd V3 which has a lot of bug fixes.

    If you need to stick with Sencha Touch 2.0.x, you'll need to use Sencha SDK Tools V2.

    It looks like you are using Sencha Touch 2.0.1.1, but what about the version of the tooling?
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    Hi,

    I'm using Sencha Touch 2.0.1.1 and SDK Tool 2.0.0-Beta3. I don't see any version listed. Should I uninstall and use version 2.1 Beta 3? Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by abrizvi View Post
    Hi,

    I'm using Sencha Touch 2.0.1.1 and SDK Tool 2.0.0-Beta3. I don't see any version listed. Should I uninstall and use version 2.1 Beta 3? Thanks
    That mostly depends on where you are in your project. If you can, upgrading to Sencha Touch 2.1 beta 3 and Cmd V3 should bring you a lot of bug fixes and such, but you will also have some beta issues to deal with.
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