I have an Air/Android app and I would like to make sure the user gets prompted to install the latest AIR runtime, in case he/she haven't updated in a while.
I understand that setting the minimumPatchLevel in the manifest will do the trick, but how do I find out the one that corresponds to Air 2.7.1 ?
Yeah this would be nice to know. I just had Amazon reject my binary telling me I need to link to the latest air within my app, sounds like they are confused as how to the whole Air thing works but this could also help.
In general, NativeApplication.nativeApplication.runtimePatchLevel reports the patch level of the runtime hosting the application.
However, unless you're interested in a specific minimum patch level (under a major runtime version), specifying the correct application descriptor namespace (e.g. http://ns.adobe.com/air/application/2.7) should be sufficient. For submission to the Amazon App Store, you'll need to ensure that the correct link for AIR is specified when packaging your application's .apk. More details can be found at: http://forums.adobe.com/thread/903573.
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