iOS Profiles not seen by LC - what to do?
livfoss at mac.com
Sun Aug 2 06:11:20 EDT 2020
Hi Ralph - thanks, that worked, although I did have to restart LC. I seem to be having some kind of problem with the ID associated with the app (will report later) but I can run the simulator, so can work - phew!
Also, thanks Scott - yes I had already pointed LC to my copy of Xcode - had to be 14.1, where my Mac had loaded a later version of Xcode. Luckily I’m in a location with pretty fast broadband so downloading the right version was not too much of a pain (I have ranted earlier about the ridiculous size of Xcode: wouldn’t it have been better to turn it into a library of components? But you can’t fight Apple…)
> On 1 Aug 2020, at 19:25, rdimolad at evergreeninfo.net wrote:
> This won't make it to the list. I'm on a forwarded email.
> Go to Xcode preferences and click on your account and click "download manual profiles". You don't even need to close LC. Just click on any other tab in the standalone settings then go back to iOS settings and all you provisioning profiles will show up in the dropdown.
> On Aug 1, 2020 14:04, Graham Samuel via use-livecode <use-livecode at lists.runrev.com> wrote:
> I’m coming back to iOS development after quite a long time and I’m using a different Mac to the one I started with. I’m using LC 9.6.0 on MacOS Catalina 10.15.6. When I try to configure my app’s Standalone Settings for iOS, LC sees my internal app ID but it doesn’t see the associated profiles, even though they are present in my KeyChain Access data.
> How can I tell LC to ‘see’ the profiles? Without this I can’t build a standalone at all. I don’t remember this problem occurring on my other Mac - but I don’t have access to that one at the moment.
> Thanks for any insight into this.
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