I have been trying unsuccessfully for some time to import a custom android module into an application in Titanium Studio running on Ubuntu Linux. Thinking there must be doing something wrong I decided to try compiling a sample application from an appcelerator tutorial for an app called twisti.
The github repo for the app: https://github.com/appcelerator-developer-relations/Forging-Titanium/tree/master/ep-015/twisti-ep015
and the tutorial can be found at:http://developer.appcelerator.com/blog/2011/11/forging-titanium-episode-15-twisti-part-2-3d-with-three-js.html
I tried compiling this app in Titanium Studio, but relieved the same error as in my previous tests:
>Error message : >Error evaluating source: Wrapped java.lang.Exception: Module file app://ti.>twisti.js does not exist. (file:///android_asset/Resources/app.js#35)
As was suggested to someone else experiencing the same problem (see the comments section at the end of the tutorial), I tried both doing a fresh import and a clean build of the project from the git repo, and doing a fresh build of the module, but still the same error.
I tried the sample applications for every stage of the twisti app, but every time I got the same result.
Is this a bug?
Has anyone successfully managed to include a module when developing on Ubuntu, and if so how?
Does anyone have a sample application that uses custom modules that does work on Ubuntu?
i think u forgot to define ur module in tiapp.xml in module tag.
Yes, that is already included. I can confirm that the the same project compiled on OSX works without any changes, so it would seem to be an Ubuntu issue.
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