I can't create any iPad apps under new SDK 184.108.40.206, nor 1.4.0. My application runs fine in the simulator, and with some messing about with iTunes (v10) I can get it running in debug on my iPad device.
Whenever I try to build the distribution file it says "building distribution" in the message window for a few minutes and then completes but no Zip is ever created. It is creating a new package file under build/iphone/build/Release-iphoneos which I assume is the distribution file (checking the timestamp shows it was created at the time I built for distribution in Titanium) however this file fails when attempting to upload via AppLoader with a "Application failed codesign validation. The signature was invalid, or it was not signed with an Apple submission certificate".
I know for a fact the certificates are valid and the appid matches the appid in Titanium Builder for this app.
Am at my wits end with this, I have built dozens of iPhone and Android apps using Titanium without issue but this latest release of iPad just seems to not work at all.
It doesn't create the ZIP File, you have to do that yourself. Right-click on it and click "Compress".
I'm aware the package file needs to be zipped in order to send to Apple I have done this with numerous iPhone apps. My point here is the package file never gets created by Titanium in the first place.