While the forum is down...

Mark Wilcox m_p_wilcox at yahoo.co.uk
Sat May 11 13:37:21 CDT 2013


You can't build and run unless you have an appropriately provisioned device connected but you can build or "archive" without one - you need to be able to for building anything that's not signed for your device, including app store submission builds.

Colin Holgate <coiin at verizon.net> wrote:

>This may not be true. I just tried, and Xcode let me test on iOS Simulator, but when I tried to build for iOS Device it complained about there being no provisioned iOS devices connected. When I connected my iPhone 5, which is provisioned and in my iOS developer account, I could then test on that device.
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>> >Xcode allows you to build binaries without signing them so I don't see any good reason why LiveCode should do any jailbreak policing.
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