A short question about Xcode
rdimola at evergreeninfo.net
Thu Apr 16 16:04:17 EDT 2020
You can ignore the "this version of Xcode (10.1) was not compatible with the iOS 13 on my iPhone XS"
Make sure your using a development provisioning profile. Create a new one and try using it. If I remember correctly I've also seen this when not all Icons or Splash pages are included.
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From: use-livecode [mailto:use-livecode-bounces at lists.runrev.com] On Behalf Of Graham Samuel via use-livecode
Sent: Thursday, April 16, 2020 3:05 PM
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Cc: Graham Samuel
Subject: Re: A short question about Xcode
Sadly, my test targets are just simulators. No real device is mentioned.
However, following Ralph’s advice (thanks), i reconnected with my phone unlocked. Things looked promising, but then a message came up saying that maybe this version of Xcode (10.1) was not compatible with the iOS 13 on my iPhone XS, which is my main test device (it’s OK in the simulator). It then tried to do the loading of the app into the phone and eventually said
> The entitlements specified in your application’s Code Signing Entitlements file are invalid, not permitted, or do not match those specified in your provisioning profile. (0xE8008016).
I suppose that may be the end of that. I need a new iMac - the one I’ve got won’t run a later version of Xcode. Sadly they are rather expensive. I can’t visit anyone else’s, even if I could find one, since i’m in lockdown.
Nothing, but nothing, is simple when trying to deploy to iOS.
[Sound of grinding teethe]
> On 16 Apr 2020, at 20:22, scott--- via use-livecode <use-livecode at lists.runrev.com> wrote:
> I can’t recall whether this is specific to a particular LC license but when physically attaching a device to the computer, on my setup that mobile device appears under the menu Development —> Test Target (along with simulator options) and can simply be selected as the test device… which saves the added step of dragging into Xcode.
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>> On Apr 16, 2020, at 10:11 AM, Graham Samuel via use-livecode <use-livecode at lists.runrev.com> wrote:
>> I’m following the LC lesson 'How do I build an iOS application?’. I think I’ve done everything they mention, and I have my Apple developer credentials and three iOS devices registered. I have saved my iOS app as a standalone. But when I get to this instruction about getting my app on a real device:
>>> 1) Open Xcode
>>> 2) In the 'Window' menu select "Devices"
>>> 4) Select your connected iOS device
>>> 5) Drag standalone app to "Installed Apps" section of device window
>>> Your app should now be on your device
>> There is nothing in the Devices section for me to select (plenty of stuff in the Simulators, but so what?). Do I have to fiddle with keychain or particular folders or what? I have no idea what to do next (not for the first time!).
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