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Installing Xcode 4

Hi All

Im about to update xcode as Organizer informed me. Is this ok and not going to effect Titanium as I have just got everything back to normal and dont need any install errors.

Any points on how to completly remove xcode before the new install?

cheers

— asked September 22nd 2010 by Mark Pierce
  • iphone
  • update
  • xcode
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  • If you have everything working and no install errors maybe you should wait before installing Xcode 4? Cause right now I have Xcode 3.2.4 and there are no available updates…

    Isn't Xcode 4 for iOS 4.2 and currently in beta?

    — answered September 22nd 2010 by Colton Arabsky
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  • Sorry I don't understand the difference. I have iPhone SDK Version 3.2.4 (1708). This shows as I load xcode on it's first window. But, when I look at the xcode program window, it says it is using iphone simulator 4.1. And to make this more confusing, Titanium says it is using 4.1 iPhone sdk.

    What version am I using? 3.2.4 or 4.1???

    Maybe Titanium is using the wrong iPhone SDK, on my computer. I only show after the xcode update to have 4.1 iPhone SDK, and 3.2 iPad SDK(These are the only SDK's visible in Titanium).

    If iPhone SDK 4.1 is the wrong version, how do I downgrade to use the other versions?

    — answered September 23rd 2010 by Jason Brock
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  • Okay, I can tell you don't really know what the hell is going on, so I'm going to explain what all these SDKs and version numbers are:

    3.4.2 - That is the version of Xcode you have. Right now Xcode is on version 3.4.2, which is what you are seeing when you open Xcode. That is the LATEST VERSION OF XCODE.

    4.1 - This is the iOS, otherwise known as the Operating System that runs all iPhones, iPod Touches, and iPads. That is the LATEST VERSION OF iOS.

    SDK - Source Development Kit. iOS is a SDK and is on 4.1.

    — answered September 23rd 2010 by Colton Arabsky
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  • Ok, but what are the various iOS SDK's that I can use to submit to apple. 4.1 does not work for me, yet! Can I use an older iOS version?

    First off I have been asking some simple questions, and no one could at least answer the one about the SDK. I have been asking it for about 2 weeks. What am I suppose to do, buy support to ask what versions of iOS SDK that I can use. It is not like I just take input from others, without given back. If someone else has a problem that I ran across, I will gladly tell them what I did!

    — answered September 23rd 2010 by Jason Brock
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    • It depends on whatever device you are running or APIs you are using (Since some are 4.0+ or 3.2+).

      If your device is on iOS 3.2, then you should be using the iOS SDK 3.2.

      — commented September 23rd 2010 by Colton Arabsky
  • It depends on whatever device you are running or APIs you are using (Since some are 4.0+ or 3.2+).

    If your device is on iOS 3.2, then you should be using the iOS SDK 3.2.

    — answered September 23rd 2010 by Colton Arabsky
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  • First, Thanks for your help. I really appreciate it.

    What version(of Titanium & iOS SDK) are you using to submit apps?

    My device is currently running 4.0.2 iPhone 3G, not 3GS. iTunes is telling me that I do have an option to upgrade my device to version 4.1.

    The only API's that I am using are (label, imageView, button, window, textbox, 2d animation matrix, 3d animation matrix, oh and sound. All of which are from Titanium.UI.

    Right now in Titanium, all I see for available iOS SDK's are 3.2 for iPad and 4.1 for iPhone. All my other 3.x iOS SDK's have vanished from being an option in Titanium. This happened after I upgraded my xcode to the latest version.

    Should I downgrade everything (including my device), or should I wait until my imageView issue is working and stick with iOS 4.1? Everything was working fine in Titanium 1.3, and iOS SDK 3.1

    Thanks Again…

    — answered September 23rd 2010 by Jason Brock
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