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Mobile: Build Error when deploying a module for iPhone StoreKit

Hi all,

I've developed a module for the iPhone StoreKit and it keeps on giving me a build/compile error on the Titanium output (the build.py was successful)

Here is the error that was displayed on the Titanium developer build output.

Undefined symbols:
".objc_class_name_SKProductsRequest", referenced from:
literal-pointer@__OBJC@__cls_refs@SKProductsRequest in libTitanium.a(StoreViewController.o)
ld: symbol(s) not found

I've added the StoreKit framework into the xcode project and I am sure the reference to it is correct.

Does this mean that the Titanium module does not support the Storekit framework?

Please help!! thanks

— asked April 6th 2010 by William Xue
  • iphone
  • mobile
  • storekit

5 Answers

  • Did you ever manage to fix this?

    — answered July 16th 2010 by Toby Hughes
  • Hi Toby,

    The titanium SDK after 1.3 has fixed the problem and the custom module I had built for storekit is now working well with JS based app.

    — answered July 17th 2010 by William Xue
    • William … would you be willing to share the module?

      — commented February 9th 2011 by Brian Wells
    • William, if you have truly built a module, would you care to share it?

      — commented March 9th 2011 by Ian Tearle
    • (* I hate this commenting systems)
      Id be willing to discuss license options with you, please contact me ian @ heritage-app.com

      — commented March 9th 2011 by Ian Tearle
  • @William - could you post some code/tutorial on how to do this? Would be great :)

    — answered July 17th 2010 by Dan Tamas
  • William, would you be willing to share/license your StoreKit module? Thanks!

    — answered August 19th 2010 by karlo kilayko
  • William, could you share with us the integration details? I have an immediate need to get this working. Please contact me at devries.james@gmail.com. Thanks.

    — answered November 15th 2010 by James DeVries
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