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    iOS native packaging problem on Windows 7


    Hello, I am packaging an ST2 app for iOS on a Windows 7 machine. I ran into the same problem described by this user:

    http://www.sencha.com/forum/showthre...g-on-Windows-7

    and downloaded and installed the same MSI patch. I then issued the command again with apparent success:

    C:\Personal\Development\Spluhdap\Spluhdap\Spluhdap\gesswerd>sdk\command\sencha.b
    at package build gesswerd.ios.release.json
    [INFO] The application was successfully packaged
    The application was successfully signed

    but when I look in the output folder, I do not see an output file named 'GessWerd.app' but a folder named 'GessWerd.app'. This folder contains the following:

    '_CodeSignature' folder
    'webapp' folder
    'icon.png' file
    'Info.plist' file
    'PkgInfo' file
    'stbuild_template' file

    It looks like the build tool has created the structure of the .app file in the 'GessWerd.app' folder but has not turned the folder into a file...

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    Information is spread across several forum posts, would you list the steps (copy this, copy that, run this, run that...) to at least run build command succesfuly?

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    Default don't want to copy/paste info

    don't want to copy/paste info


    I am only linking to one forum post and I don't want to copy/paste the contents of that post here. If someone at Sencha wants me to provide more information, please let me know what you need and I will gladly post it.

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    need help


    Is anyone from Sencha monitoring this forum? This looks like a bug in the SDK tools and I would really appreciate some help with a work-around or a fix. The only work-around I can think of is to buy a Mac and retry native packaging with the Mac version of the SDK tools.

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