Problems with OS.X Yosemite and AppCode 3

I recently upgraded to OS.X Yosemite and am getting back to iOS development. I now can't find the iOS Simulator option in AppCode 3 when I want to debug an app. The popup menu in the header bar only shows the hardware configs that, I assume, are supported by XCode 6. I did try pointing AppCode at XCode 5. I see a different set of hardware configs but still don't see the iOS Simulator option. Is this an OS.X Yosemite problem? I installed Java 8 in order to run AppCode. Perhaps that's the issue? I'm downloading Java 6, just to make sure the Java version isn't the issue.

Any suggestions?

Thanks,
Kevin

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Hi Kevin,
the names of simulators have changed in Xcode 6, we're going to support them in the next AppCode build.



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Cool! I really love using AppCode (and Intellij IDEA, I might add.) I'll keep an eye out for the release. Will this be an EAP release or a dot release of the current versreion?

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Kevin, AppCode 3.0.1 has already released, please find more information on the blog page: http://blog.jetbrains.com/objc/2014/06/appcode-3-0-1-update-xcode-6-and-basic-swift-support/

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Does the 3.0.1 release have the new simulator names? I did download and try it but I still don't see any simulator options when using Xcode 6. I'll keep experimenting.

Thanks,
Kevin

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Kevin, please check your Project Settings. We've refacroted Simulator/Devices appearance logic and now the list depends on settings, e.g. iOS Deploemnt Target

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Thanks much, working for me now.

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