How to persuade LC to accept Xcode for mobile support?

Mike Kerner MikeKerner at
Tue Jul 25 15:22:44 EDT 2023

yep. you can't exceed versions. the restrictions are pretty strict.

On Tue, Jul 25, 2023 at 2:11 PM Ben Rubinstein via use-livecode
<use-livecode at> wrote:
> Apologies for what is surely a FAQ, but I can't find this in the archives.
> Using LC 9.6.8 on macOS 12.6.7 with Xcode 13.4.1, trying to get set up for
> building to iOS for the first time in a long while; and failing at the first
> hurdle.
> In Preferences, Mobile Support, under iOS SDKs, I click "Add Entry" and select
> Xcode; and get the dreaded message
>         The chosen folder is not a valid iOS SDK.
>         Selected Xcode must have an iOS SDK among:
>                 12.1
>                 13.2
>                 14.4
>                 15.2
> Per one of the
> supported combinations is:
> LiveCode 9.6.8  Xcode 13.2.x    Mac OS 11.3+    iOS 15.2
> This is Xcode 13.4.1 rather than Xcode 13.2.x  - is that really the problem?
> Or am I missing something else?
> TIA,
> Ben
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