iOS Unknown Deployment Platform error
harrison at all-auctions.com
Mon Oct 1 18:27:23 EDT 2012
I did already go through the process of pointing LiveCode to the Xcode app bundle.
I tried your suggestion of making sure that the appropriate simulator version from the
Development -> Test Target was chosen, but when I went to do this both the iPad
Simulator 6.0 and the iPhone Simulator 6.0 were greyed out. When I went into
the Xcode Prefs for Downloads version 5.0 and version 5.1 showed up so I downloaded
them, but 6 was nowhere in that list. So, I think I must have 6 somewhere or it would be
showing up in that list.
I'll try to get the 5.0 and 5.1 Simulators to work.
In the meantime, can you think of anything else to try?
On Oct 1, 2012, at 3:57 PM, Chris Sheffield <cmsheffield at me.com> wrote:
> A couple things to check.
> First, make sure you've pointed LiveCode to your Xcode app bundle. I'm assuming you've already done this. Otherwise, the Test option wouldn't even be available to you. But I just wanted to make sure.
> Second, make sure you've selected the appropriate simulator version from the Development -> Test Target menu in LC. I find that sometimes I have to reset this after upgrading LiveCode and/or Xcode. If for some reason you don't have the simulators you want, launch Xcode, open Prefs -> Downloads, and download the additional simulators. With Xcode 4.5 you can go back to iOS simulator 5.0.
> Hope that helps you.
> Chris Sheffield
> Read Naturally, Inc.
> On Oct 1, 2012, at 1:32 PM, Rick Harrison <harrison at all-auctions.com> wrote:
>> Hi there,
>> When Apple decided to force upgrade everything to version 4.5 of Xcode
>> is when everything went a bad way for me. Before that I was able to
>> run the iOS Simulato,r and connect to my iPad 2 just fine with LiveCode.
>> I was happily running Lion and then one day Apple forced me to do some
>> stupid upgrade or things just wouldn't work. So I tried the upgrade.
>> Things still didn't work. People started saying, oh yea, you need to work with
>> version 4.5 of the SDK now. Of course you'll need Mountain Lion to run that.
>> It just so happened that my MacBook was one Generation too old to run
>> Mountain Lion, so then I was forced to purchase a brand new machine just
>> so I could get back to coding again.
>> I purchased the new computer, upgraded it to Mountain Lion since it came
>> with Lion installed. I installed Xcode 4.5, upgraded my iPad 2 to iOS 6.0,
>> and upgraded to LiveCode 5.5.3rc1. Now when I try to run the Simulator
>> it tells me "Unknown Deployment Platform" and still doesn't work!
>> Anyone else having this problem? I'm dead in the water without any
>> direction at this point. Any help is greatly appreciated!
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