Any way to use 2017R2.1 ?

  1. 2 months ago

    Michel B

    Jun 15 Pre-Release Testers, Xojo Pro RubberViews.com
    Edited 2 months ago

    My last license is for 2017R2.1 and it worked perfectly to build for iOS before. Since then the system has changed.

    I looked at the path to command line in XCode. By default it is set to point to
    XCode 10.1(10B61)

    I can also set it up to
    XCode 9.2 (9c40b)

    Whichever setting, the run button remains disabled.

    Is there any way to get it to work under High Sierra ?

  2. Dave S

    Jun 15 San Diego, California USA

    what version of Xcode do you actually have installed?

    Starting March 27, 2019, all iOS apps submitted to the App Store will need to be built with the iOS 12.1

    which does seem to be Xcode 10.1 (latest is 10.2.1)

  3. Jason K

    Jun 15 Pre-Release Testers

    You might be able to run apps in the iOS 9/10 simulator. But definitely not able to build for the App Store.

  4. Michel B

    Jun 15 Pre-Release Testers, Xojo Pro RubberViews.com

    Maybe I can run an older version of the system in VMWare fusion...

  5. Dave S

    Jun 15 San Diego, California USA

    but still not going to be able to submit them

  6. Douglas H

    Jun 15 Pre-Release Testers, Xojo Pro

    @Dave S but still not going to be able to submit them

    Which is not to say there are still not use cases for older versions of XCode. I have a client with an Enterprise license where I still had to use a VM so I can compile to run under iOS 6.1 because they still use a number of old iPod Touch 4's which can not upgrade past iOS 6.1

    Pretty much all of my iOS apps never see the app store.

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