I’m trying to import an SDKBOX plugin into an existing Cocos project in a Linux devel environment. The command I’m attempting, and the error I’m receiving are at the bottom of this post.
Based on the error, I looked in the the SDKBOX install location indicated, and (no surprise) found the folder did not exist. However, if I look in ‘~/.sdkbox/plugins/sdkbox-chartboost_v184.108.40.206/plugin/android/jni/’, I see two folders: PluginChartboost, and sdkbox. Given the error message, and the case-sensitive file-system in Linux, it would appear the SDKBOX import tool (or perhaps a meta-data file) is using improper case for the Android files. Have I done something wrong, or is this a bug in the import tool?
FWIW, the same basic issue is occurring for ‘pluginiap’, and others as well.
$ sdkbox import sdkboxadsplus
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Copyright © 2016-2018 SDKBOX Inc. v220.127.116.11
test speed of hosts…
- test host main: 593.98KB/s.
- test host china: 0.00KB/s.
choose the fastest server ‘main’, speed is 593.98KB/s.
#FATAL: Failed to find source file [home_folder_redacted]/.sdkbox/plugins/sdkbox-chartboost_v18.104.22.168/plugin/android/jni/pluginchartboost