I'm ready to package my app. I've done everything according to the video on vimeo, however when I go to package it, everything seems like it's going properly, but then it opens up xcode and no zip file is created. It doesn't give me any sort of error that I can see.
Does anyone have any clue as to what's going wrong?
Are you referring to the *.ipa file? I think some people get that built automatically, but I don't and I don't know why.
But here is how I create the *.ipa file:
- Build the app using the distribution build mode of Titantium
- Navigate to the project's build > iPhone > Release-iphonesos folder
- If there is a *.ipa file as some get, just use it.
- Otherwise create a new folder at that level called Payload
- Move the project.app folder to inside the Payload folder
- Zip the Payload folder
- Rename project.zip to project.ipa
Thanks for the reply. Would it be too much trouble to ask for a link to that page on Apple's website? I am not familiar with xcode at all, and don't know how to package a project once I have it opened up. I built it, but it still isn't packaged.
huuuh? i've not had an issue with it at all when packaging for app store using titanium. it literally does all the work for me.
I used to have packaging issues, but currently am not. It does "just work" for me. However, it is temperamental at times, and I think it's in Xcode and all of the certificate chains. I have had to re-provision the device a few times from Apple.
Here is what I'd suggest you check: open Xcode, with your iPhone attached, and check to make sure that everything looks good: the device had a green status circle beside it, and all provisioning profiles are installed and not expired. No warning triangles anywhere.
I just successfully uploaded another app to the store last night, and to package it all I did was:
- load project in Titanium
- on the distribute tab, click package button
- open Xcode organizer
- wait for quite a long time
- watch as the new version appeared in Xcode under archived applications
- click the app, verify, and upload to itunes connect from Xcode
Packaging in Titanium is crap. You need to open the xcode project file (in the resources/build/iphone directory) and then use the instructions on Apples website.