1. Download the .wgt packageThe Test widget wgt package can be found by following this link:
2. Rename and unzip the Test widget archive
The archive needs to be unzipped to make modifications to its contents. First rename the file extension from *.wgt to *.zip. Then extract the zip archive.
3. Create info.plist manifest file
When installing a .wgz file the system looks for a manifest file called info.plist. The Bondi Widget equivalent is called config.xml.
Here's how to use the Bondi Widget config.xml data to create the WRT manifest file:
- Download and unzip this info.plist template file and save it in the widget's root directory.
- Open the widget's config.xml file and find the <name> element. Copy the text found within the element and paste it into the <string> element under <key>DisplayName</key> element of the info.plist file.
- The identifier of a Bondi widget can be found in the id attribute of the <widget> element in config.xml. If the value is a URL, use the conventional WRT identifier form, which is the URL in reverse. Add the identifier to <string> element under <key>Identifier</key> element of the info.plist file.
- The HTML-file has not been specified in this Bondi widget. In this case, it searches for index.html by default.
- This widget does not require network access so it can be set to false.
- Save the file.
Re-zip the containing Test widget folder and change the file extension from *.zip to *.wgz.
Upload the widget to your mobile device and install. Here is an example of the ported widget. Remember to change the extension to .wgz before installing.