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Cannot do anything.... after new OSX machine


I got a new OSX machine and started creating the environment for Titanium development.
I could not find iphone old SDKs like 3.x, 3.1.x, etc.
So, I start intalling the latest…
and now, I could not build anything with Ti..

Below is the output from Ti

[INFO] One moment, building …
[INFO] Titanium SDK version: 1.3.0
[INFO] iPhone Device family: iphone
[INFO] iPhone SDK version: 4.0
[DEBUG] compile checkpoint: 0.03 seconds
[INFO] Executing XCode build…
[INFO] Executing XCode Compiler [toggle output]
[INFO] Compile completed in 2.525 seconds
[ERROR] Build Failed (Missing app at /Users/peterlum/ti_code/Asia Charts/build/iphone/build/Debug-iphonesimulator/Asia Charts.app/Asia Charts). Please see output for more details

What is wrong?

— asked July 21st 2010 by Peter Lum
  • 3.2
  • new
  • osx
  • version

3 Answers

  • Have you tried Ti SDK 1.3.2 or 1.3.3 or nightly build ? Maybe it would work !

    Most recent builds (not stable releases, but most recents builds with latests commits) can be found there : http://builds.appcelerator.com.s3.amazonaws.com/index.html

    You might find links to 1.3.2 or 1.3.3 around here too…don't have them currently.

    Also, Appcelerator staff said they are eyeing for this week for next release (1.4).

    — answered July 21st 2010 by Jean-Philippe Boily
  • Your biggest concern is the Personal certificate, hope you still got the old machine. You'll need to export and import that in P12 format, otherwise, say goodbye to the previous apps they are already in store.

    — answered July 21st 2010 by Daniel Lim
  • Forget to mention, I have also imported all my certificates, including my private key P12.
    Perhaps I should try 1.3.3; these should be available at Github

    — answered July 22nd 2010 by Peter Lum
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