AppCode doesn't start simulator [solved]

Was doing some refactoring today in AppCode, including code changes and a new logical folder structure for all files.

When I was done, I couldn't run my code in the simulator.  Neither Debug or Run works, running it in quick succession just shows:
     Stopping previous simulator session...


I have no issues running the simulator in XCode (in either Run or with a Breakpoint set).

Any ideas what's causing the issue?  And how it could be solved in AppCode?

Thanks in advance!

p.s. running latest version of Appcode (3.1.2) and XCode (6.1.1)
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Hi Johnathan,


Could you please try to do the following:
  1. restart AppCode
  2. if the problem will remain, please restart your Mac
  3. if these two steps won’t help please send us idea.log (you can use Help | Show Log in Finder)
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Hi Anna

I tried restarting both AppCode & my Mac, but the furtherest I get is Simulator is started, but app is not launched.

Looking through the log you pointed to, I'm seeing a:
     com.intellij.execution.ExecutionException: E0210 12:24:12.925546 2018890512 ProtobufClient.cpp:103] ERROR, no such host as localhost

Is there an email address I could post the log to for further analysis by the JB team? As mentioned this issue is as recent as 3 days, AC was working perfectly fine before the refactor.

Thanks

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Thanks Anna.  Problem solved - it was on my end.

For anyone else reading this that has virtual host set up (Apache), you need to have localhost mapped in your /etc/hosts, i.e:
   127.0.0.1   localhost

I recalling playing around with this file last week - funny that XCode can still invoke the Simulator?

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the same problem,

ERROR, no such host as localhost


but I see the path private/etc/hosts the content has  127.0.0.1   localhost


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It has been resolved, my mistake is too low



 

I also said that before the old is not connected to the Apple store, the original is because the hosts file

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