Mono for the BlackBerry 10 platform
MonoBerry is Mono for the BlackBerry PlayBook OS and the future BlackBerry 10 platform. The project consists of three parts:
.barfile) and integration with tools of the BlackBerry NDK.
brew install autoconf automake libtool git git clone git://github.com/roblillack/monoberry.git cd monoberry && make && sudo make install
~/.monoberryrc configuration file that roughtly looks like this (change your IP address, etc.):
[core] author_name = burningsoda.com author_id = gJASYD8AH4kAHuyJGBEa83kjak8 [device.devalpha] ip = 10.0.1.121 password = ohwowapassword pin = 01234567 arch = armle-v7 [device.playbooksim] arch = x86 ip = 10.0.1.193 password = thisisanotherpassword pin = a0b1c2d3
monoberry devices outputs something like this:
NAME ARCH IP devalpha armle-v7 10.0.1.121 playbooksim x86 10.0.1.193
Make sure the device is in Development Mode.
If you did not set up a debug token on your device using the NDK tools yet, you can do so now by simply issuing:
monoberry setup DEVICENAME.
monoberry debug ASSEMBLY DEVICENAME to package up an assembly and run it in development mode on the specified device.
The MonoBerry command-line tool
monoberry will look for a INI-style configuration file
~/.monoberryrc that contains a section with global settings (
[core]) and device-specific sections (
author_name: Your author name according to your RIM signing keys.
author_id: Your author id according to your signing keys.
csk_password(optional): Password needed to use your signing keys. Right now, this is used for creating debug tokens. If not configured, you'll be asked each time it is needed.
public_key(optional): Public SSH key used to enable the on-device SSH daemon.
private_key(optional): Private SSH key used to connect to the on-device SSH daemon.
location(optional): Location of your MonoBerry installation.
nativesdk(optional): Location of your BlackBerry Native SDK installation.
debug_token(optional): Location of the debug token to create and use to setup devices.
The name will be retrieved from the section name. If you call a section
[device.bla], any settings below this line, will belong to a device called
ip: IP address.
password: Device password. Has to be set up on the device.
arch (optional): Architecture of this device.
x86 for simulators and
armle-v7 for real ones; the latter is the default.
pin (optional): BlackBerry device PIN. Needed if you want MonoBerry to create debug tokens.
monoberry help for now.