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If you download the whole SDK,
should work. You don't need to specify the path for Runtime.
I've already downloaded http://airdownload.adobe.com/air/win/download/latest/AdobeAIRSDK.zip
There's nothing to install or I'm blind ? The only thing I've found is a readme with "Put ../bin on your path"
That's wgat I did whith no success
There is nothing to install for SDK. ADL should use the default Runtime that comes with the SDK. That is why you don't specify for the -runtime option.
If you have installed AIR Runtime, you can use:
adl -runtime "C:\Program Files\Common Files" HelloWorld-app.xml
Even if i install j2eesdk-1_4_03-windows.exe I have the same error.
I'm sorry I cannot make adobe air working... Let's try on a real OS : linux
ADL doesn't use Java. Only ADT uses Java.
For ADT, you should use version 1.4.012 and up.
It doesn't use Java, ok ? What does it need ?
I've read all the doc, I've allready installed all the softwares you can find on Adobe and Java and you tell me "adl doesn't need anything" while adl command tells me it cannot find Adobe AIR.
"download the whole SDK" >> where ? Could you tell me which file please ?
Arghh, Moreover I can't believe how the windows terminal sucks.