Got a new Macbook Pro today and migrated everything over from my old MB using the Migration Assistant and my Time Machine backup. In the process of testing everything to make sure I can work with the new machine, I discovered that I can no longer launch and run my apps through iPhone simulator. Neither my app under development nor Kitchen Sink will run. What I get when I hit the "Launch" button is:
The Launch button will gray out for a second, then go back to black. I've tried downloading and re-installing but no change. It's also lost all of my info for "Run on Device" for iPhone. Hoping I can re-create this without too much pain . . .
Thanks in advance,
When Appcelerator does not launch the simulator correctly there is a chance the build is corrupt or incorrectly built. You can get round this by going into your apps build/ directory and remove everything under the child iphone/ directory.
For example: rm -rif build/iphone/*
Oh – phew! Re-installed the iOS 4 SDK and it now works properly. One thing I noticed after posting: In the "Run Emulator" tab at the bottom where it shows "SDK", it said 'loading' and never went to showing the SDK version. So, for whatever reason, the migration caused it to lose the path to the SDK. It's also seeing my developer certs now – Blessed be!