I've just installed Titanium Developer, along with the latest Xcode
and iPhone SDK from Apple's website, and the Android SDK. Both the iPhone and Android SDK's are coming up as being available in Titanium's "New project" window. I've also installed Titanium's mobile app SDK.
However, creating a new mobile project and clicking "Launch" in the "Run Emulator" window results in the following appearing, and then nothing. No more messages, and the emulator is not launched :
I have the log filter set to "Debug".
Browsing the build.log shows this :
error: can't exec '/Developer/Platforms/iPhoneSimulator.platform/Developer/usr/bin/gcc-4.2' (No such file or directory)
The full build log can be found at http://dev.argoinf.com/build.log
Any ideas ? Is this some sort of misconfiguration in xCode maybe ?
I've tried changing each of the iPhone SDK versions listed (3.2, 4.0, 4.1, 4.2), each with the same result.
EDIT: Try upgrading to Titanium SDK 1.5.0. This fixed my issues with build errors including missing ".a" binaires for iPhone.