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…
- 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)
(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
This may solve your problem (but no promises!)
"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.."
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!
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)