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  • Is there any equivalent to a Flash projector for iPhone?

    - by Myz
    Is there any equivalent to a Flash projector for iPhone? Flash projectors basically seem to package script and Flash libraries into one executable file that can be run on a PC. I'm wondering if anyone has made a similar thing for iPhone where I can take my existing code and package it with the necessary iPhone stuff to make a PC executable. Of course hardware-specific things would not be available like accelerometer/phone/gps, etc. but I don't need any of those. If not, is there anyone currently attempting this?

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  • Problem with writeData

    - by zp26
    Hi, I have a problem with my code. I want to create a XML file like this: <name>myName<name> <x>myX<x> <y>myY<y> <z>myZ<z> but my file is: <name>myName<name><x>myX<x><y>myY<y><z>myZ<z> Can i have this text formatting? This is my code: -(void)salvataggioInXML:(NSString*)name:(float)x:(float)y:(float)z{ NSArray *paths = NSSearchPathForDirectoriesInDomains(NSDocumentDirectory, NSUserDomainMask, YES); NSString *documentsDirectoryPath = [paths objectAtIndex:0]; NSString *filePath = [documentsDirectoryPath stringByAppendingPathComponent:@"filePosizioni.xml"]; NSFileHandle *myHandle = [NSFileHandle fileHandleForUpdatingAtPath:filePath]; [myHandle seekToEndOfFile]; NSString *tagName = [NSString stringWithFormat:@"<name>%@<name>", name]; NSString *tagX = [NSString stringWithFormat:@"<x>%f<x>", name]; NSString *tagY = [NSString stringWithFormat:@"<y>%f<y>", name]; NSString *tagZ = [NSString stringWithFormat:@"<z>%f<z>", name]; NSData* dataName = [tagName dataUsingEncoding: NSASCIIStringEncoding]; NSData* dataX = [tagX dataUsingEncoding: NSASCIIStringEncoding]; NSData* dataY = [tagY dataUsingEncoding: NSASCIIStringEncoding]; NSData* dataZ = [tagZ dataUsingEncoding: NSASCIIStringEncoding]; [myHandle writeData:dataName]; NSLog(@"writeok"); [myHandle seekToEndOfFile]; [myHandle writeData:dataX]; NSLog(@"writeok"); [myHandle seekToEndOfFile]; [myHandle writeData:dataY]; NSLog(@"writeok"); [myHandle seekToEndOfFile]; [myHandle writeData:dataZ]; NSLog(@"writeok"); [myHandle seekToEndOfFile]; NSLog(@"zp26 %@",filePath); }

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