Help with Error 65

My project works in XCode without any issues, however when I build it in AppCode, I get a Build Finished with Error: 65 and Command /Developer/Platforms/iPhoneSimulator.platform/Developer/usr/bin/clang failed with exit code 1.

I am not sure how to resolve this. I tried changing the build settings, restaring the machine and it doesn't seem to help. Any ideas? I would really like to be able to use this tool as I hate XCode, but for now it looks like it's back to XCode until I can get this resolved.

thanks,

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Hi,

If someone has experienced this error and has resolved it, please let me know what you did. I would like to continue using AppCode, however this error is preventing me from doing so.

thanks,

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This error usually means some other error during building. Search build messages for other error and fix it.
I would say 65 is just error code emitted by XCode compiler/linker in case of failed process and it is the 1st thing which AppCode sees.

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Does your error occur if you switch from the clang compiler to gcc? Could you reproduce the error on small sample projects? If yes, you can attach the project and we will look at it.

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Marq, please attach the build output, you can find it in the 'Messages' toolwindow, 'Show Console' action.

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I too am seeing this error.  Everything worked fine until I added the Reachability Code I have used in multiple projects before (this is my first AppCode Project).

In xcode I add the compilor flag to non-arc code -fno-objc-arc.  Compiles fine and works in xcode.  In AppCode this causes my Error 65.  I have lots of old code I like to reuse, not all of it ARC.  This needs to be addressed.  I have also tried this with a couple of other modules with the same flags.

I am open suggestions that dont involve rewriting working tested code.

Thanks.

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Bob,
what error exactly are you having? You can see it in the Messages tool window and in the build log ('Show Build Log' button).

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Thanks for the reply anton, but I dont know. I have since refactor the code for ARC and no longer have the error.  It was just a linker error though, which I found funny because it would link fine if I used xCode.  Wish I could be more help.

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I have this frequently as well. It easy to fix by flushing the derived data folder. But it's annoying.

Anton, do you still need more information?

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Yes, please file a bug report and attach the build log.

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