I've just updated to 1.4.1 SDK as prompted by the developer application I have iOS latest build SDK from apple, but now when I go to test in the Run Emulator section the selection for SDK is always set to loading, I've left it for an hour no change?? to select SDK version?
If I press Launch anyway I get:
Please help I need to deliver a project…
I saw this a few times and found that clicking repeatedly on the project name in Titanium would sometimes fix the issue.
If you run this in a Terminal window, do you get an output?
Also, please be more specific: "iOS latest build SDK"
Is it XCode 3.2.4? XCode4 Preview?
BTW - If you only have the XCode4 Preview installed Titanium will not be happy because it searches for the iOS SDK in /Developer and the XCode4 Preview is in /XCode4.
.DMG file downloaded from Apple today was 'xcode_3.2.4_and_ios_sdk_4.1.dmg' and the output from the console was:
Mac OS X SDKs: Mac OS X 10.5 -sdk macosx10.5 Mac OS X 10.6 -sdk macosx10.6 iOS Device SDKs: Device - iPhone OS 3.2 -sdk iphoneos3.2 Device - iOS 4.1 -sdk iphoneos4.1 iOS Simulator SDKs: Simulator - iOS 3.2 -sdk iphonesimulator3.2 Simulator - iOS 4.0 -sdk iphonesimulator4.0 Simulator - iOS 4.1 -sdk iphonesimulator4.1
Any further help would be great.
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To others that have had this issue, as per other threads download the latest build of the Mobile SDK from : Appcelerator Builds.
At the time of writing this is was 4.2.0, extract the folder in osx to /Library/Application Support/Titanium/mobilesdk/osx/
This is where it differs for most people, mine didn't just come alive after this and make the drop down work, I had to delete all projects and then reimport them for the selector to work again.
Hope this helps other people in the same situation.
If you updated from previous version, you must change SDK to use in your project. This solved my "loading" issue in Mac OS X.