Non Web App Download Location
Apps created where "Suggested URL name" is blank cannot use the "Source URL" for a tarball or zip file.
The file downloads, but disappears. It is not found in /var/hda/tmp/amahi-download-cache or /tmp/amahi-download-cache locations.
The /var/hda/apps/appid directory is created, but it's empty.
I used the http://www.amahi.org/apps/test-variables application and added the app ID and SHA1SUM to output in the /var/log/amahi-app-installer.log file for verification.
#5 Updated by cpg about 7 years ago
i believe i have a fix for it patch at http://paste.fedoraproject.org/82188/42398139/ and binary for testing on 64 bits at alpha/tmp/hda-platform-7.1.5-5.x86_64.rpm
now, the file is left in the cache ... should it be moved to the app dir ( /var/hda/apps/<appid> ) ?
#9 Updated by cpg about 7 years ago
ok, try it at alpha/tmp/hda-platform-7.1.5-6.x86_64.rpm
the file is downloaded and then symlinked into the app directory to a file called (always)
(no extensions at all).
let's try this with a fixed name like that. the idea here is that if the source url and/or the sha1name changes, the install script does not need to change.
if this does not work well, we can try to just link to the name of the file as if it were downloaded, not the sha1 name in the cache.
#10 Updated by bigfoot65 about 7 years ago
That will work just fine. I just preferred having a name to use for tar or unzip. Using source-file will keep it simple as it will always be the same no matter the app :)
Is there going to be a platform update soon? With all these updates I am eager to use them in apps :D
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