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It provides general metadata (such as application name and description) to Adobe AIR, as well as information on how the application should be run. This includes specifying the root application file for the application and the window mode that the initial application window should use. xml) for our application, and then we will go into more detail on each item within the file. TIP You can find a sample application descriptor file in the AIR SDK in the templates folder. html The content should be pretty self-explanatory, but let’s go through it line by line to understand what is going on.
4. On the last screen of the install dialog box, make sure Run Application is checked. You application should launch and run. If it does not launch, or if you receive an error, check the following: 1. Make sure that you have correctly installed the Beta version of Adobe AIR. 2. Make sure that there were no errors when you created the AIR file via ADL. 3. Make sure that you have uninstalled any previous versions of Adobe AIR. Once you have confirmed that the application is installed and runs correctly, you can relaunch it by clicking its icon.
Setting Up the AIR SDK and Command-Line Tools | 27 9. If the file is empty, add the following line: export PATH=$PATH:/airsdk/bin 10. Save and close the file. 11. bashrc, if that is the file you edited). 12. You can confirm that the new settings have taken effect by typing echo $PATH and pressing Enter. Make sure that the