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Animate CC to command line transition.

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I'm using Animate, but now need to package an app to iOS using the command line. Instead of building the command line from scratch, I wonder if it's possible to "intercept" whatever Animate is sending to Windows when I press "Publish" and use that as the basis for a customized command. Is that possible? Thanks!

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Animate CC to command line transition.

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I'm using Animate, but now need to package an app to iOS using the command line. Instead of building the command line from scratch, I wonder if it's possible to "intercept" whatever Animate is sending to Windows when I press "Publish" and use that as the basis for a customized command. Is that possible? Thanks!

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On Mac you can use Console, and I gather that on Windows there is Event Viewer. With that you can watch what ADT is doing, and copy the entire line. That will include all the linked files and icons. Then you can paste that into the command line to do future builds.

One complication is any ANEs you have in the project. Those get placed into a temp folder, and to make the command line approach work you would need to manually place the ANEs into the right temp folder. While watching the build process you don't get very long to snag where the temp folder is going to be.

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Any idea where in the Event Viewer to look for? I tried, but couldn't find anything relevant

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