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  • #17794

    Niyazi

    Hi,

    I uninstall Felgo. I update my mac os sierra, update android studio, update Xcode. I download new Felgo and install. I get 633 issues and 3 error. Any help please?

     

    Error 1:

    LaunchImage.launchimage/[iphone][736h][3x][portrait][full-screen][8.0]:-1: error: notice: This launch image only applies to iOS 6.x and prior but the minimum deployment is 7.0 or later.

     

    Error 2:

    error: Deployment failed. The settings in the Devices window of Xcode might be incorrect.

    #17805

    Günther
    Felgo Team

    Hi!

    Can you also open up XCode once to see whether there are additional components to be installed, or e.g. a license agreement to be accepted?
    This is sometimes required for new XCode versions.

    There was also a change with latest XCode in the way that Launch Images have to be set up for your project. You can have a look at the new project wizards or example see how to set up your iOS subfolder and plist configuration.

    In particular, it is now required to use the asset catalog: You can find more information in or update guide (search for asset catalog):
    https://felgo.com/doc/vplay-updates/

    Best,
    Günther

    #17808

    Niyazi

    Hi Günther,

    I update my Xcode as well. I open xCode and choose tab base project and it did worked.

    What additional components should I have to install?

     

    Kind Regards

     

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    #17829

    Günther
    Felgo Team

    Hi!

    If you can build correctly with XCode you should have everything you need. Can you try to:

    • Create a new, empty Felgo Project in Qt Creator
    • Select the iOS Kit
    • Right-click on your project in the Project Wizard and select “Run qmake”
    • You can now navigate to your build directory and open the created *.xcodeproject with XCode
    • Can you build the application this way?

    In case this works, but you can’t build directly from Qt Creator:

    • Which error do you see in the Build Output when directly building from Qt Creator?
    • Does the Kit Configuration in the Qt Creator preferences show any warnings or errors that might indicate an issue?

    Best,
    Günther

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