Compiling error: 'provider' undefined #3

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olishi opened this Issue Jul 6, 2010 · 13 comments

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@olishi
olishi commented Jul 6, 2010

I'm getting this error when compiling Player2:

/Users/Ozzapoo/Downloads/comex-frash/Player2/Classes/FlashViewController.m:88:0 /Users/Ozzapoo/Downloads/comex-frash/Player2/Classes/FlashViewController.m:88: error: 'provider' undeclared (first use in this function)

Can anyone help?

@grp
grp commented Jul 6, 2010

Compile the Plugin target, not the application.

@olishi
olishi commented Jul 6, 2010

So do I need to compile the Player2 application? Or is plugin the only one i need.

@cmoski
cmoski commented Jul 6, 2010

Ensure that you've placed a copy of IOKit in the Player2 directory from the simulator.

@grp
grp commented Jul 6, 2010

You only need the plugin: the application itself isn't useful anymore.

@olishi
olishi commented Jul 6, 2010

I got the plugin to compile, but why do i need the IOKit from simulator? Doesn't the one in iPhoneOS3.1.3.platform work?

@grp
grp commented Jul 6, 2010

Not sure. Try it and see!

@olishi
olishi commented Jul 7, 2010

Well I got it to compile, and as I expected it didn't work on iPhone :(

@grp
grp commented Jul 7, 2010

Well, then fix it! That's why the source is public :).

@olishi
olishi commented Jul 7, 2010

The flash logo appears, I press it, it disappears, then i get "Socket Error: Bad file descriptor". Upon looking at the syslog I found that food seems to get killed every 10 seconds or so. Seeing as I don't know Obj-C and I'm on iOS4 I don't know where to start :P

@grp
grp commented Jul 7, 2010

Ozzapoo: You shouldn't have been trying to use Frash at all at this point if you aren't a developer. This is not on Cydia for a reason.

@cmoski
cmoski commented Jul 7, 2010

Agree with that 100%, if you don't have the ability to troubleshoot and submit bug reports, actually having this out in the wild does more harm then good..

@grp
grp commented Jul 7, 2010

Ozzapoo: You also posted a deb of this publicly on a popular iPhone forum. That's not good. There's a reason it isn't released (hint: it isn't so you can "release" it yourself).

@comex
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comex commented Jul 7, 2010

I don't really mind the deb, but I hope whoever uses it realizes that a lot of stuff isn't implemented yet, crashes are probably my fault not Adobe's, etc...

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