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Xcode 9.2 & LC 8.1.9

J. Landman Gay via use-livecode
Combination Xcode 9.2 and LC 8.1.9 creating iOS app states:

There was an error while saving the standalone application
..then about 20 ines of groups of numbers and different command logs.

However, it sloowly starts in simulator, directly from LC - provided that you select only one device from the menu.

Tried carefully make sure the profiles were set up etc.

Of course it can depend on having High Sierra installed, as it was recommended if you want to install Xcode 9.3, which is required for iPhone X.

Any hints?

PS.  I would definitely recommend NOT installing High Sierra.  It cuts the performance, messes up your contacts, applications crash all the time, application windows disappear and you need to kill them to get back.  High Sierra in my opinion is a big disaster.

Christer Pyyhtiä
MindCrea Ltd
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Re: Xcode 9.2 & LC 8.1.9

J. Landman Gay via use-livecode
Hi Christer,

>>>>>There was an error while saving the standalone application
>>>>>..then about 20 ines of groups of numbers and different command logs.

Without seeing the logs it is difficult to guess what is wrong.

Another thing to note is that when using a new Xcode version, you have to
make sure the the Xcode command-line tools are updated correctly (to match
the particular Xcode version). You can do that either from a terminal, or
from Xcode itself:

From terminal:

sudo xcode-select -s /path/to/xcode9.2.app

From Xcode9.2:

- Launch Xcode 9.2
- Go to Xcode -> Preferences -> Locations
- In the Command Line Tools dropdown, choose "Xcode 9.2"

Then quit LC, clear the Prefs and set the path to Xcode 9.2 in LC
mobile prefs. Hopefully this should work.


Some other things to note: You can support iPhone X with Xcode9.2 as
well, you don't need Xcode9.3.

I have installed High Sierra 10.13.2 in one of our office Macs and it
is OK for me so far.

Hope this helps,

Panos

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On Mon, Feb 26, 2018 at 1:28 PM, Pyyhtiä Christer via use-livecode <
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> Combination Xcode 9.2 and LC 8.1.9 creating iOS app states:
>
> There was an error while saving the standalone application
> ..then about 20 ines of groups of numbers and different command logs.
>
> However, it sloowly starts in simulator, directly from LC - provided that
> you select only one device from the menu.
>
> Tried carefully make sure the profiles were set up etc.
>
> Of course it can depend on having High Sierra installed, as it was
> recommended if you want to install Xcode 9.3, which is required for iPhone
> X.
>
> Any hints?
>
> PS.  I would definitely recommend NOT installing High Sierra.  It cuts the
> performance, messes up your contacts, applications crash all the time,
> application windows disappear and you need to kill them to get back.  High
> Sierra in my opinion is a big disaster.
>
> Christer Pyyhtiä
> MindCrea Ltd
> [hidden email]
>
>
> _______________________________________________
> use-livecode mailing list
> [hidden email]
> Please visit this url to subscribe, unsubscribe and manage your
> subscription preferences:
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