standalones onto iOS procedure

Randy Hengst iowahengst at mac.com
Tue Nov 8 10:09:36 EST 2011


Hi David,

Yes, XCode has changed.

Make sure you're in the Organizer window
….  select Devices from the top of the window…. your device should appear along the left side pane of the window. 
…. Click the drop down triangle of your device, 
…. then click on the Applications item from the list that appears. 
…. Drag your app to the top portion of that window.

I'll send you a screen shot off list if that would be helpful.

be well,
randy
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On Nov 8, 2011, at 9:02 AM, David Glasgow wrote:

> Hello folks,
> 
> Trying to get a hello world iOS app onto my iPad has proved rather more confusing than I expected, coinciding as it did with new versions of iOS, XCode and Live Code.
> 
> I might be quite close, but it is difficult to tell.  I am following the deployment lesson on runrev, and get to the final step.  However, the new version of XCode appears to have been significantly changed and there is no Applications pane as shown.  I have tried dropping the app all over the place, with no luck. The problem is that I am not sure this is because I am not dropping in the right place, or whether I have not got the provisioning right.
> 
> I did try to see if this issue had been discussed on the list, but I only found other nasty provisioning related difficulties.  Any help out there?
> 
> 
> 
> Best Wishes,
> 
> David Glasgow
> Carlton Glasgow Partnership
> 
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> 
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