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ADL and AIR 25.0.0.126 - 64 bit

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So I've created an application utilizing more memory with the beta AIR 25 runtime for windows that is 64-bit.

I can export the application with the runtime embedded and all works well.

I'm attempting to run the 64-bit version with ADL so I can more easily debug.

>adl  -runtime "AIR25.0.0126/runtimes/air-captive/win" "<path>-app.xml"

Fails with a notice that AIR could not be found, although it's in the folder.

File named content is identical to the other runtime in the runtimes folder.  This line runs properly:

>adl  -runtime "AIR25.0.0.126/runtimes/air/win" "<path>-app.xml"

Am I missing something?

Am I pathing this incorrectly?

Do I need a specific AIR25.0.0.126 run time installed on my system?  Is there an installer somewhere?

Thanks

Keith R Morrison

Hi,

Thank you for posting your query.

We have released only captive runtime as 64 bit. The adl and the shared runtime are 32 bit only.

What you are trying to attempt is running 64 bit AIR runtime through 32 bit adl, thus receiving an error. Please do not use captive runtime while running your app through adl.

That is why

">adl  -runtime "AIR25.0.0.126/runtimes/air/win" "<path>-app.xml" is running properly.

Regards,

Rakshit Sareen | Adobe AIR Engineering Team

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ADL and AIR 25.0.0.126 - 64 bit

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So I've created an application utilizing more memory with the beta AIR 25 runtime for windows that is 64-bit.

I can export the application with the runtime embedded and all works well.

I'm attempting to run the 64-bit version with ADL so I can more easily debug.

>adl  -runtime "AIR25.0.0126/runtimes/air-captive/win" "<path>-app.xml"

Fails with a notice that AIR could not be found, although it's in the folder.

File named content is identical to the other runtime in the runtimes folder.  This line runs properly:

>adl  -runtime "AIR25.0.0.126/runtimes/air/win" "<path>-app.xml"

Am I missing something?

Am I pathing this incorrectly?

Do I need a specific AIR25.0.0.126 run time installed on my system?  Is there an installer somewhere?

Thanks

Keith R Morrison

Hi,

Thank you for posting your query.

We have released only captive runtime as 64 bit. The adl and the shared runtime are 32 bit only.

What you are trying to attempt is running 64 bit AIR runtime through 32 bit adl, thus receiving an error. Please do not use captive runtime while running your app through adl.

That is why

">adl  -runtime "AIR25.0.0.126/runtimes/air/win" "<path>-app.xml" is running properly.

Regards,

Rakshit Sareen | Adobe AIR Engineering Team

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Hi,

Thank you for posting your query.

We have released only captive runtime as 64 bit. The adl and the shared runtime are 32 bit only.

What you are trying to attempt is running 64 bit AIR runtime through 32 bit adl, thus receiving an error. Please do not use captive runtime while running your app through adl.

That is why

">adl  -runtime "AIR25.0.0.126/runtimes/air/win" "<path>-app.xml" is running properly.

Regards,

Rakshit Sareen | Adobe AIR Engineering Team

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Does this mean it's not possible to debug an app that is running as 64 bit at this time? If so, any plans on making that possible?

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Apr 24, 2018

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good to see some activity around this subject ...

we would like to use the 64bit implementation, so it would be good for us to have a full 64 bit SDK so we can test with an increased memory footprint, as we are experiencing some instability at present

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When will there be a 64 bit version of ADL?

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I actually need this too. It is a bit of a hassle right now. I can develop with a dataset that fits into the limited 32bit memory space, but i have to test it from time to time with the actual data. So having to package it each time to do so eats up a lot of time.

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This is a complete pain. There have been 64-bit versions of adl.exe in the past, we're using one for AIR 26, but they've since stopped being released alongside the main SDK, so there's no way to safely upgrade the runtime, as we can no longer debug our code.

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I'd like to know when this is going to be made available please. If what ScottY-R says is true, and a 64 bit adl.exe was made available in the 26 beta SDK, why is it not still being made available in present releases of AIR?

Effectively, without a debugger, 64 bit AIR for Windows is a job half done, and can't really be used for anything meaningful.

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Any movement on this, it's been 2 years and no 64 bit adl yet?  This is a show-stopper for those of us poor fools still using AIR.

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We would also like to be able to debug AIR apps in 64-bit mode. Did you find any other news on this jwatson000​ ?

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Guess I found the answer in another thread: Debug 64 bit application/native extension in Flash Builder.

According to this it is a planned feature by Harman.

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When will the 64-bit version of the adl.exe be available?

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We also need 64-bit adl. Can you please deliver it? Thanks

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I'd also like to know when 64-bit adl.exe will be available, are there any timelines for this?

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Firstly, many thanks for providing windows 64-bit runtimes. This is good news, but not having a 64-bit version of adl.exe is potentially a big problem for us, as we need debugging capabilities.

Is the 64-bit version of adl.exe on Adobe's roadmap? If so, when can we realistically expect this to be shipped?

Thanks,

Andrew

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Is there any news on the 64 bit version of ADL?

I am using 31.0 SDK and it still have a 32 bit version 😞

 

Please, supply a 64 version. IT is needed for development!

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