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Still can't run *ANY* app... Please help...

Having been pulling my hair out for a few days now I am very close to giving up, and assuming that the only chance of any support is when you pay for it… Which is totally fair enough I guess…

My setup:

  • Mac OS 10.6.3
  • Java v1.6 (attempted in 64 and 32-bit mode)
  • xCode / iPhone SDK v2.6
  • Titanium Developer v1.2.1
  • KitchenSink v1.2

All installed (numerous times after clean removal) and all 'looking' like it should work fine - i.e. The iPhone and Android SKD's are found fine and the install always looks correct… Until I try and run KitchenSink (or even an entirely empty new app for that matter)

debug output in pastie

Loads of errors in the javascript and an entirely black-screened iPhone simulator.

(I have tried this with the iPhone version set to 3.1, 3.1.2, 3.1.3 and 3.2… all with the same outcome)

I have scoured these Q&A's over the last few days and have so far had no joy at all.

ANY help would be massively appreciated, as this looks like it would be a great tool - just never seen it work yet.

Thanks in advance


— asked April 8th 2010 by Hugh Williams
  • 1.2.1
  • help
  • install
  • iphone

2 Answers

  • Accepted Answer

    This may solve your problem (but no promises!)

    Solution: http://support.appcelerator.net/discussions/support/2260-new-project-doesnt-run-on-iphone-simulator-application-exits

    "I was able to resolve this, by opening xCode and changing in preferences under 'Building' the option for 'Place Build Products in:' back to 'Project directory' I had originally changed this back when I was using xCode for development along with SVN, so my build wouldn't be put into my SVN repository.."

    — answered April 8th 2010 by Mark Burggraf
  • HURRAH!!!!!

    Mark, you are my hero (and have made my night)

    I too had changed my build directory for the same reason, and sure enough - the change back to 'Project Directory' has made the app spring into life!

    (still loads of javascript warnings though - but hey)

    Thank you


    ps. The support link you used doesn't work… how did you get into the discussion forum? (at http://support.appcelerator.net… I would have searched in there too had I known about it)

    — answered April 8th 2010 by Hugh Williams
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