I did a system update on my OS and ever since Titanium is unable to detect iOS SDK. Running xcode with ios 4.0.2 SDK, attempted to reboot computer, re-install xcode, re-install titanium nothing
I found the fix!
It's related to iTunes 10 and there is a patch out. I didn't find out about it until I hit the developer blog. There needs to be a better way to find out about mission critical patches.
Interesting….it detect its when i go to make a new project but not when i goto Test & Package
I got this problem as well.
I just got tired of it and created a new Project and then copy+pasted my "Resources" folder to the new project from my old project, and it worked (Plus I wanted to move the files from one folder on my comp to another, for better accessibility). I guess sometimes it just gets stuck?
I have this issue too… And because of it I can't compile changes anymore… Appcelerator, please weigh in?!?
I have a fresh install of Titanium and the iPhone 4.02 SDK. The new project screen puts a green check box indicating it found the iPhone SDK but when I go to test it on the emulator the SDK version is filled with "Loading" and never changes.