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I have noticed that you have to manually add the package name to the AndroidManifest.xml when importing the project into eclipse or into android studio.

Is there any way to add this feature to the Project settings menu under General. I have noticed this when Mike posted about eclipse compiling errors when i was looking though the exported android folder and the flappy bird file This will help with exporting and importing into the IDE's thus less manually having to edit stuff after exporting from buildbox because with the windows and windows metro all you have to do is export using build box and load up the PTPlayer.sln in Visual Studio 2013 and click build and poof you have a working game unlike Android and Amazon which you have to manually edit stuff to get them to build in eclipse or Android Studio

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In your settings switch the store from Apple to Google (or Amazon).  You can have different settings for each platform.  You should NOT have to edit any settings in the projects manually.  If you do then your missing some settings or there is a bug.  :-)

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I was leaving that spot blank. I just assigned a custom name to it and it fixed the issue so it just a minor bug that should be if left blank default to org.buildbox.player.

I have not read the manual to its entirety I guess I have some reading to do on all the menu functions and What All ID slots are used for.

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and if you look inside the PTPlayer.java

the very first link is package just written there with no code and it is a huge error

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then it is a bug because the package name is not set it is blank and in the


amazon https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/12310125/Buildbox/amazon/AndroidManifest.xml


Android https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/12310125/Buildbox/android/AndroidManifest.xml


As you can see the android package name is blank in bothand another issue is this


amazon https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/12310125/Buildbox/amazon/src/PTPlayer.java

This should be in the src\org\buildbox\player fold and look like this

src\org\buildbox\player\PTPlayer.java


Android https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/12310125/Buildbox/android/src/PTPlayer.java

This should be in the src\org\buildbox\player fold and look like this

src\org\buildbox\player\PTPlayer.java

  • Andy Tarkinson
    In BuildBox general project settings are you setting the bundle ID separately for each store in the drop down menu (Apple, Google, Amazon)? This works with no issue for me, I test this on every build.
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