High Sierra, LC & Xcode

panagiotis merakos merakosp at gmail.com
Sun Feb 25 06:00:11 EST 2018


Hi Christer,

Xcode 9.3 is not supported yet (as it is still in beta). You have to
download Xcode 9.2 to use with LC 8.1.9 in MacOS Sierra or High Sierra.

Best,
Panos
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On Sun, Feb 25, 2018 at 9:49 AM, Pyyhtiä Christer via use-livecode <
use-livecode at lists.runrev.com> wrote:

> Any experience on the set of OS/X High Sierra, with the latest update
> patch, LiveCode 8.1.9 and Xcode 9.3 Beta?
>
> Shoul I revert to Sierra and Xcode previous versions?  Actually, trying to
> adhere to the Apple requirement of having all apps to iPhone X, which then
> requested me to load the latest Xcode.
>
> With my 2010 MacBook Pro (High Sierra, LC 8.1.9, Xcode 9.3 Beta), with 8GB
> the simulator start takes well over 10 minutes - haven't bee able to get
> the test app to load into the simulator, yet.
>
> Still being fresh to iOS deployment, with a fully operational and tested
> app on Android devices, I just cannot find out a good guide whaat exact
> steps to take to get the process done.  For example, do I have to load
> Xcode before trying to start the simulation from LC?  How exactly should I
> do the app property provisioning; should I first define the app in Xcode
> (it let me try to create app related password, then spitted out its own,
> neither works to let me log in...)?
>
> Loading has now taken more than 20 minutes...the line clock still
> rotates...
>
> Christer Pyyhtiä
> MindCrea Ltd
> christer at mindcrea.com
>
>
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