How to run on device? Follow
I tried to configure Appcode (108.197) to run on my physical iPhone (I guess!?), however when I try to run an error "iphoneos platform is not supported". Works fine from Xcode.
Please see attached screenshots - is my configuration misconfigured, or am I missing something else?
Christian K. Ibsen
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I had that error the very first time I attempted to run on device (using Control-R). Subsequent attempts with Control-D mostly worked. When they did not it was for a different reason.
Press debug button instead of run, run button is not supported on device yet.
So does debug on device work for you?
Well.... tried debugging instead, but without any succes!
Searching for devices.... OK
Installing bundle on device.... OK
Searching for installed bundle on device.... bundle not found on device/Users/ckibsen/jbios/jbiPhone/MyProject/build/Debug-iphoneos/MyProject.app/MyProject
Process finished with exit code -1
The application is installed and running as expected if I launch it from my iPhone after this error occurs - but no AppCode debugging! Debugging same project from XCode works fine.
Nope! See my reply above.
Please try with this one and tell if it works:
Thank you very much! With 108.213 I can now debug on my device :-)
Works just fine - however, it's a bit slow when collecting data for my variables.
But your debugger is way better than XCode's :-)
Ain't that the truth. Once the variable resolution is faster it'll be awesome.
Please follow http://youtrack.jetbrains.net/issue/OC-890