Re: Xcode-users Digest, Vol 10, Issue 147

  • There is no refresh of the developer or Distribution vert for signing you have to create new one each time.
    there is no email telling you have expired. You just have to check  it .

    I create just one developer vert and share it all with all developer at my company that way there is less work of dealing with expired vert and having to update all the provision profiles and cert for each developer
    adding or removing the developer. There is enough work without this extra noise to have to deal with.

    Steven Fransen

    On May 16, 2013, at 12:00 PM, <xcode-users-request...> wrote:

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    > 1. Re: Xcode showing Products in red (Michael Babin)
    > 2. Re: Xcode showing Products in red (Alex Zavatone)
    > 3. Debugger doesn't stop at break points (David Fitterman)
    > 4. Re: Debugger doesn't stop at break points (Mills, Steve)
    > 5. Re: Debugger doesn't stop at break points (David Fitterman)
    > 6. Odd issue with expiring iPhone developer certs (Alex Zavatone)
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    > Message: 1
    > Date: Thu, 16 May 2013 07:04:26 -0400
    > From: Michael Babin <mbabin...>
    > To: Trygve Inda <xcode...>
    > Cc: <xcode-users...>
    > Subject: Re: Xcode showing Products in red
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    > On May 14, 2013, at 2:27 AM, Trygve Inda <xcode...> wrote:
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    >> I have an Xcode 4 project that has two targets:
    >>
    >> MyApp Retail
    >> MyApp App Store
    >>
    >> The real output names of both targets are "MyApp" so to avoid name
    >> collisions I have set the "Build Products Path" to:
    >>
    >> build/Retail
    >>
    >> And
    >>
    >> build/AppStore
    >>
    >> This works except after a successful build, the .app still appears in the
    >> Xcode list in red.
    >>
    >> Ideas?
    >
    > When you select the red  .app in the Project Navigator (I assume in the Products group?), what does the File Inspector show for the Full Path? That might at least show where the disconnect occurs, if there is one. From a quick check, it doesn't look like you can customize the path for that item using the File Inspector itself.
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    > Message: 2
    > Date: Thu, 16 May 2013 07:50:35 -0400
    > From: Alex Zavatone <zav...>
    > To: Michael Babin <mbabin...>
    > Cc: <xcode-users...>
    > Subject: Re: Xcode showing Products in red
    > Message-ID: <70A747CC-644D-4431-A896-6948CBD8279B...>
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    >
    > Random guess here.  Is the build directory write protected?
    >
    > Do you have privs to that directory?
    >
    > On May 16, 2013, at 7:04 AM, Michael Babin wrote:
    >
    >> On May 14, 2013, at 2:27 AM, Trygve Inda <xcode...> wrote:
    >>
    >>> I have an Xcode 4 project that has two targets:
    >>>
    >>> MyApp Retail
    >>> MyApp App Store
    >>>
    >>> The real output names of both targets are "MyApp" so to avoid name
    >>> collisions I have set the "Build Products Path" to:
    >>>
    >>> build/Retail
    >>>
    >>> And
    >>>
    >>> build/AppStore
    >>>
    >>> This works except after a successful build, the .app still appears in the
    >>> Xcode list in red.
    >>>
    >>> Ideas?
    >>
    >> When you select the red  .app in the Project Navigator (I assume in the Products group?), what does the File Inspector show for the Full Path? That might at least show where the disconnect occurs, if there is one. From a quick check, it doesn't look like you can customize the path for that item using the File Inspector itself.
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    > Message: 3
    > Date: Thu, 16 May 2013 14:03:25 -0400
    > From: David Fitterman <dfitterman...>
    > To: <xcode-users...>
    > Subject: Debugger doesn't stop at break points
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    > I am writing a C++ command line function. I have set a break point in main()  where I a call a function.
    > The debugger will stop at this break.  There is another break point set in the called function.
    > The debugger does not stop at this or other break points in the called function.
    >
    > I have tried using StepIn at the main() break point and I can then step into the function and step line
    > by line through it, however, using run once inside the function will not stop at subsequent breaks points
    > in the function.
    >
    > Any ideas on what I might be doing wrong?
    >
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    > Message: 4
    > Date: Thu, 16 May 2013 18:09:31 +0000
    > From: "Mills, Steve" <smills...>
    > To: xcode-users <xcode-users...>
    > Subject: Re: Debugger doesn't stop at break points
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    > On May 16, 2013, at 13:05, "David Fitterman" <dfitterman...> wrote:
    >
    >> I am writing a C++ command line function. I have set a break point in main()  where I a call a function.
    >> The debugger will stop at this break.  There is another break point set in the called function.
    >> The debugger does not stop at this or other break points in the called function.
    >>
    >> I have tried using StepIn at the main() break point and I can then step into the function and step line
    >> by line through it, however, using run once inside the function will not stop at subsequent breaks points
    >> in the function.
    >>
    >> Any ideas on what I might be doing wrong?
    >
    > Try setting the debugger to GDB if it's set to LLDB. Make sure you aren't trying to debug a release build and optimizations are off, etc.
    >
    > I also run into situations where disabled breakpoints will cause enabled breakpoints to not stop.
    >
    > Steve via iPad
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    > Message: 5
    > Date: Thu, 16 May 2013 14:31:31 -0400
    > From: David Fitterman <dfitterman...>
    > To: "<xcode-users...>" <xcode-users...>
    > Subject: Re: Debugger doesn't stop at break points
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    >> Try setting the debugger to GDB if it's set to LLDB. Make sure you aren't trying to debug a release build and optimizations are off, etc.
    >>
    >> I also run into situations where disabled breakpoints will cause enabled breakpoints to not stop.
    > Changing the debugger worked. Thanks!
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    > Message: 6
    > Date: Thu, 16 May 2013 14:35:42 -0400
    > From: Alex Zavatone <zav...>
    > To: "<xcode-users...> list" <xcode-users...>
    > Subject: Odd issue with expiring iPhone developer certs
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    > FYI, I'm the Admin of one Enterprise iOS account and the Agent of my personal.
    >
    > In Xcode 4.6.1, I just tried to build an app to an iPod Touch under iOS 6.x.
    >
    > Surprisingly, I got build errors stating there were code signing errors.  Looking at my app's code signing, I reapplied the proper dev and dist provisioning profiles and tried another build just to see the same errors.
    >
    > Looking in the Organizer for our team member list, I see that I'm no longer part of it when I click on the Provisioning Profiles, or the Teams entry.
    >
    > In the Provisioning Portal on developer.apple.com, I'm still in the team, bot looking at my developer cert using Keychain Access, I see that it expired last Friday.
    >
    > OK.  That explains why I can't build, but here are some questions.
    >
    > 1. Shouldn't we be getting emails that state if our dev cert is about to expire?  I got none.
    > 2. Refreshing or reissuing the cert.  This places the developer with the "you can't develop" condition and provides no pointer to "and here's how you fix it".
    > Does anyone know where I can go to refresh the cert? Is that even possible?
    > Do I have to issue a brand new one?  And if I do, this implies that all provisioning profiles need to be recreated again.
    > What's the process here?
    >
    > 3. Has anyone else here run into this situation?
    >
    > Oddly, I'm OK to use our distro profiles, but all the dev profiles are registering "Valid signing identity not found".
    >
    > Nice (sarcasm) little surprises like this are of more than a little concern, since if this happens to me, it will happen to every other team member when they least expect it and we'll have to spend/waste time fixing it.
    >
    > I see no facility in the Xcode to address this issue, or on the new Provisioning Portal.
    >
    > Some insight would be greatly appreciated.
    >
    > Cheers,
    > - Alex Zavatone
    >
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