"Debug / Run Executable" does nothing!
I've got a small Cocoa project that builds a Universal Binary
application. After building and debugging successfully several times,
it no longer launches the executable when I debug it or run it via
"Debug Executable" or "Run Executable". The console reads, "[Session
started at 2008-03-25 10:35:50 -0700.]" but nothing else.
There are no messages in Console or System logs.
This happened once before w/ the same project, and the only solution
I have found so far was to re-create the project file, pull all the
source files back in etc. But like I said, it only lasted a couple of
days before this new project also failed.
I've tried the following with no success:
Clean All and Rebuild
Delete build folder. Clean All. Rebuild.
Clean All. Delete the project bundle. Empty trash. Delete build
folder. Pull from revision control. Rebuild. (At this point you
would figure it would work! But it doesn't! My only conclusion is
that Xcode is caching a bunch of [errant] project specific state in a
location other than the project tree... hmmm)
The onset seemed to happen when I renamed a group folder in the
project, but this is weakly correlated at best.
A very interesting clue is in the Executables Info->General tab the
standard input/output popup has only one item in it: "No Value". And
in the Debugging tab, the two popups at the top have only one item
each: "When using [-1] Use [No Value] for standard input/output".
Normally the std i/o popup has 3 items -- pseudo terminal, pipe, and
Thanks in advance for any remedies or insights or what not!
I've had this when I didn't realize that none of the set breakpoints
would actually be reached.
On Mar 25, 2008, at 1:05 PM, Joseph Kelly wrote:
> Xcode 2.41
> After building and debugging successfully several times, it no
> longer launches the executable when I debug it or run it via "Debug
> Executable" or "Run Executable". The console reads, "[Session
> started at 2008-03-25 10:35:50 -0700.]" but nothing else.