I appear to be having two problems with the GIT head build.
On Developer 1.2.1, OSX SDK 1.4.1 with Apple Xcode 3.2.4, iOS SDK 4.1 compilation stops without warning and the application never loads. Running Xcode and compiling manually I see a build failed error
_OBJC_CLASS_$_SBJSON". referenced from: Objc-class-ref-to-SBJSON in libtiverify.a (TiVerify.o) Symbol(s) not found
libtiverify.a looks to have last been modified on 2010-09-10.
Also on the windows version when trying to run SCONS I get errors trying to compile the latest
scons: Reading SConscript files ... WindowsError: [Error 2] The system cannot find the file specified: File "C:\Users\dev\src\titanium_mobile\SConstruct", line 6: import package File "C:\Users\dev\src\titanium_mobile\site_scons\package.py", line 24: p = subprocess.Popen(["git","show","--abbrev-commit"],stderr=subprocess.PIPE, stdout=subprocess.PIPE) File "c:\Python26\lib\subprocess.py", line 623: errread, errwrite) File "c:\Python26\lib\subprocess.py", line 833: startupinfo)
Anyone else suffering or should I just reinstall and hope for the best?
You will need to reverse to the previous libtiverify.a too.
I have an answer for those that need it - Courtesy of Stephen Tramer
"You'll need to take a couple extra steps to use the new Titanium Mobile with your project:
- Copy the source from /Library/Application Support/Titanium/mobilesdk/osx/<version>/iphone/Classes to the build/iphone/Classes directory of your project
- Clean and rebuild
This is because we had to internally change some of the symbols to avoid conflicts.
This is fixed, but assigning this to Ralf/needs-more-info to see if there's going to be some way in a TiDev that can be released simultaneously with 1.5.0 to update old projects - in fact, this is a feature that's been missing from TiDev for some time!"
Just confirmed, if you reverse out Steven Tramers 2010-09-10 13:29:15 modifications to iphone/Classes/SBJSON.h and iphone/Classes/SBJSON.m (replace instances of TI_SBJSON with SBJSON) then you can compile successfully, however you do leave yourself open to the issues Stephen was trying to fix with respect to SBJSON symbols being renamed (and aliased) to avoid module conflicts.