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Titanium 1.2.1 and XCode 4

I am wondering if anyone else has tried to use Titanium 1.2.1 on a machine that has XCode4 developer preview 2+ installed? I am absolutely loving the new XCode4. I have a brand new machine with XCode4 upon which I just installed Titanium 1.2.1 (mobile Unfortunately, no matter what I do, Titanium crashes whenever I try to "Test" an iOS app. In addition, I am now unable to build/create a fresh project if I start with mobile 1.4+. I need to initially create the project using 1.2, which allows the project to be created, then I need to change it to

Bottom line… Is anyone else having similar issues? Is XCode4 off limits if I want to use Titanium at this point?

— asked September 30th 2010 by Tal Golan
  • mobile
  • xcode4

2 Answers

  • I just installed XCode 4 preview 5, and now it appears I cannot "Run on Device" from Titanium Developer. I don't know if they're related or what's up, but I can no longer get Titanium to install my app to iTunes/my device. I am looking at uninstalling Xcode 4, and will see if that solves it.

    — answered December 8th 2010 by Christopher Bailey
    1 Comment
    • Uuninstalling Xcode 4 solved it for me. I had to subsequently re-install 3, or so it seemed, as Titanium seemed to lose the iOS SDK.

      — commented December 8th 2010 by Christopher Bailey
  • I also have XCode 4 installed with Titanium 1.2.2. I am able to run the iPhone simulator, but there are some strange behavior. For example, if I exit out of the app in the simulator I should be able to launch again from Titanium without stopping. I have found that this does not work for me. I have to stop the simulator and then run it again. Most times it doesn't run the first time. I have to stop and launch twice before it pulls up the simulator.

    — answered April 4th 2011 by Jason Richmond
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