MacOS 12.x (Monterey) disables the Xcode 12.5 app
hlowe at me.com
Tue Oct 26 06:08:00 EDT 2021
Thank you Panos. Any idea when 9.6.6 (rc 1) might be released? I can probably get by as is for a week or so.
> On Oct 26, 2021, at 11:00 AM, panagiotis m via use-livecode <use-livecode at lists.runrev.com> wrote:
> Hello Henry,
> You can have as many Xcode versions installed as you want. I suggest you
> create a folder "Xcodes" and put everything in it, after you have renamed
> them appropriately (e.g. rename your current Xcode to Xcode_12_5_0.app).
> LiveCode uses the iOS 14.5 SDKs and some of Xcode's command line tools, so
> it will continue to work with Xcode12.5 without any issues, even if
> Xcode12.5 itself cannot open on MacOS Monterey.
>>>>> Are there plans for LC to update to Xcode 13?
> Yes, this will happen probably in the next RC-1 release (9.6.6)
> Kind regards,
> On Tue, 26 Oct 2021 at 12:54, HENRY LOWE via use-livecode <
> use-livecode at lists.runrev.com> wrote:
>> Updated to MacOS Monetary (12.0.1) yesterday.
>> After the update, the installed version of Xcode (12.5) was marked as
>> disabled. Attempting to launch Xcode displayed the message:
>> "The version of Xcode installed on this Mac is not compatible with macOS
>> LC 9.6.5 (rc 2) launches and appears to function as before. Despite the
>> Xcode app being disabled by MacOS, LC Preferences > Mobile Support shows
>> that the iOS 14.5 SDK and simulators are still recognized. I was able to
>> compile an iOS app and also run an iOS app in the Code 12.5 iOS simulator.
>> I was also able to compile and run a MacOS app.
>> So it appears that launching the Xcode 12.5 app (and earlier versions
>> presumably) is not supported by MacOS 12.x but LC can continue to use the
>> iOS 14.5 SDK and simulators. A Mac App compiled and worked as expected
>> (have not tested this MacOS app extensively).
>> I use the Xcode app for other work. Are there plans for LC to update to
>> Xcode 13?
>> Can I have two versions of Xcode installed (12.5 and 13.x) and use the
>> 12.5 version for LC and 13.x as the standalone Xcode app? Will installing
>> Xcode 13.x overwrite the 14.5 SDK and Simulators supported by LC - even if
>> I rename the 12.5 version of Xcode to “Xcode 12.5” and then install Xcode
>> 13.x as the default Xcode app?
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