since installing MMF2 Dev 253 (onto MMF2 Dev build 252 beta 4 with
iOS and Flash-Exporter) I realized two issues that did not occur
to me before:
1. When building an Application with MMF as Final-iOS-X-Code Project
that includes a Clickteam Movement Controller Object, I always get the following
Error in X-Code (v.4.1) when trying to compile the Application:
! *: No such file or directory
CRunclickteam_movement_controller.h: No such file or directory
!'*' undeclared (first use in this function)
'CRunclickteam_movement_controller' undeclared (first use in this function)"
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It seems that this issue can be solved just by copying the two missing files
"CRunclickteam_movement_contoller.h" and "CRunclickteam_mnovement_controller.m"
(which you can get from every MMF generated full-iOS-X-Code-Project) via Drag&Drop
into the /Classes/Extensions folder of the opened Final-iOS-X-Code-Project.
Nevertheless, it would be better of course if those required files of the
Clickteam Movement Controller Extension where directly
included in the Final-iOS-Xcode-Project.
2. When building an Application with MMF as iOS-X-Code Project
(the full version that includes all extensions) I now always get the
following Error message by MMF:
"Warning: problem in c:\Program Files (x86)\Multimedia Fusion Developer 2\Data\Runtime\iPhone\KcRuntime.ext
This extension can't be included"
The error message obviously concerns the Runtime-Extension.
In spite of this error-message a working iOS-X-Code Project still
is created by MMF but only as long as I do not
insert an Object of the Runtime-Extension to my Project,
because then the first error message is followed by another
"an unnamed files was not found"
...and MMF does not create the iOS-Xcode-Project.
Removing and reinstalling the Runtime-Extension using Jaffobs
ExtensionView Program (v.2.1.5) did not solve this issue and
even removing the Runtime-Extension without reinstalling it does
not prevent MMF from showing the first Error-Message every time I
build a full iOS-X-Code Project. If I build a Windows-Application with
MMF there are no problems at all with the Runtime-Extension.