Tunnel Xcode over SSH to Ubuntu
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: July 23, 2011
Is it possible to tunnel Xcode over SSH (or another protocol) to an Ubuntu box? I have successfully launched xterm from a Mac OS X box (and had it spawn xeyes, xcalc, etc) and had it display on the Ubuntu box, but upon launching Xcode, it displays on the Mac's display, not Ubuntu's display. I believe Mac OS X uses a different display manger (though they do include X), so SSH might not work.
Xcode for Linux
location: linuxquestions.com - date: January 15, 2014
Is there an open source version of Xcode I can use on my RHEL 6 development workstation?
Closest thing to XCode, ObjectiveC on Windows (Not Hackintosh), perhaps interfacebuilder
location: linuxexchange.com - date: March 9, 2011
I have to do some XCode/iPhone SDK work tomorrow, and i would like to know how I can prepare on Windows. What is the closest I can get to XCode and/or Objective-C developer experience, ideally IOS or similar Objective-C GUI.
Can also be say an interface-builder that works in a similar way.
I know Hackintosh/Vmware solutions, I think it would take a bit to long, especially since i have an AMD laptop with not to much RAM (i do have an Intel netbook)
I might actually have access to an old Power-PC Mac (i saw in some other threads that this might be possible). Though the question still stands.
What's the difference between “version number” in itunes connect, “bundle version”, “bundle version string” in xcode?
location: linuxexchange.com - date: September 2, 2011
apple's doc could have been more clear on how to submit an update version.
As asked in the title,
What's the difference between
version number in itunes connect(which you have to supply when you submit an update)
bundle version in xcode
bundle versions string, short
Are they related in any way?
Error using a prefix file in Xcode 6
location: linuxexchange.com - date: August 28, 2014
I'm building an app using Xcode 6 beta 6. I manually added a prefix file, and specified it in the Build Settings: $(SRCROOT)/$(PRODUCT_NAME)/MyApp-Prefix.pch. The file compiles, and the symbols defined there are not highlighted as undeclared in the editor. However, when I build the project, I get "undeclared identifier" errors for the macros defined in the prefix file. What's going on?
What I've tried:
Set Precompile Prefix Headers to YES (default is NO)
Clean the build folder and delete the derived data folder
What's interesting is the .pch file definitely gets compiled at build time. If I introduce a syntax error there, it gets called out in build results. If the pch file compiles OK, then the compiler starts acting like it can't find it when building the files that use it.
How to install iOS 7.0 and iOS 8.0 Simulators in Xcode 6.1?
location: linuxexchange.com - date: October 21, 2014
I want to test my app on both iOS 7.0 and iOS 8.0. I upgraded my iPhone5 to iOS 8.1. Now the only way to test my app in these OS' are using Simulator. But after upgrading my Xcode to 6.1. I'm unable to see iOS 7.0 and 8.0 Simulators. I need to install these simulators in Xcode 6.1. Is there any way to install these Simulators in Xcode 6.1?
1) I copy pasted these simulator SDKs from old Xcode to the Xcode 6.1's contents but it didn't work.
2) I tried installing these from Xcode > Preferences > Downloads but these doesn't show up in the list.
3) I removed all the Devices from Xcode's Window > Devices and then restarted the Xcode and re-added them but these simulators doesn't show up.
Device Screenshot location in Xcode 6
location: linuxexchange.com - date: September 15, 2014
Where do the screenshots taken in Xcode 6 get downloaded to? I launch the devices window via Window > Devices. Then I select my test device and click on the Take Screenshot button. I'm wondering where do the screenshots go.
Where does Xcode Organizer store iPhone screenshots?
location: linuxexchange.com - date: May 4, 2014
I've made a hundred of screenshots from iPhone thru Organizer but it looks like the only way to get actual files is by clicking on each screenshot and saving it. Is there any place on my Mac I can have them all? They are definitely stored somewhere -- all are listed in Organizer>Screenshots.
Xcode upload error: Failed to open ssh session. (16)
location: linuxexchange.com - date: August 11, 2014
NOTE: We finally uploaded the app but we didn't really troubleshoot this issue so I would appreciate if someone could share some valuable insight or experience pertaining to this question.
I've also checked the following 2 similar questions but these didn't help:
Error uploading ios application to itunesconnect “failed to open ssh session (16)”
App Store submission/distribution error “failed to open ssh session”
Firstly, I am on a company network and just a week back we published a fresh new app using Max OSX 10.9.3 (13D65) & Xcode v5.1.1 (5B1008).
This week, while trying to upload an update for this app via the same system, I ran into a few issues.
So, I got our network admin to open up port number 44001 and tried again.
Although it did reduce the number of errors, it failed again.
Thought we'd try from another system but same error.
NOTE: No changes in network or system
Xcode 5 app submission issue
location: linuxexchange.com - date: November 15, 2013
Some days ago I installed Xcode 5. Today I'm trying to submit an app, but during validation I'm getting this issue: "The network connection was lost". I've never had any problem with Xcode 4.
My network is OK and I'm not using any proxy.
What is causing this problem?