I'm trying to build on MAC OS X Lion today.. I hate booting it up, but since sencha is using mac I think it more likevely to have been rested there.
I've never built on a Mac before. I'm able to run the app fine in the simulator now, but I'm not able to build the native package. I get an error message about "No identify found".
Same message as reported here: http://www.sencha.com/forum/showthre...ileprovision-)
I'm upgrading the Mac to Mountain Lion now (10.8.2) to see if that helps, since the jafingi reports that it may be a Lion (10.7) problem only... Then again, it may just be that I'm missing something about how I should handle the cert install (downloaded root CA and Dev CA - installed both to KeyChain)
Just tested with Mountain Lion, same cert problem :(
...sorry for hammering the thread, but I solved the cert issue, but ran into into a new one.
Will look more into this one tomorrow...
[INFO ] Packaging your application as a native app...
[ERROR] failed running native packager
[ERROR] /Library/WebServer/Documents/ecosupport/tmp/build/native//EcoInteractive.app: object file format unrecognized, invalid, or unsuitable
The application was successfully packaged
Failed to execute system command while signing application with error 256
Failed to package application
[ERROR] Exception running app build : JavaException: com.sencha.exceptions.ExBuild: failed running native packager
[ERROR] javax.script.ScriptException: JavaException: com.sencha.exceptions.ExBuild: failed running native packager in <Unknown source> at line number 709
Working on OSX
I actually got it working now on OSX
Last issue was solved, thanks to this guy:
I copied the native package back to the windows computer, installed in the iPad device with iOS 6 and started the application - all seems to be working :)
..soo it looks like the iOS 6 issue is resolved, but building on Windows is currently not working :(
Thanks, Sven! It is really good to know the result. That way it means that we will have to wait for Sencha to release another update of Cmd, a one that correctly signs the native iOS apps on Windows. Hope it will not take them ages... :s
Re-opening this to look into the Windows issue. We should be able to update Command separately for this.
Many thanks, Jamie! I hope you and your colleagues will be able to debug and fix this issue soon. Indeed, you may also want to look at bug [TOUCH-3461], which is about signing native apps not working on Windows (I originally reported it here).
220.127.116.11 does not solve the issue...
Change log does not mention that it should either though..
18.104.22.168 (RC2) does not solve the issue on Windows, app is never signed.
Will try again on OSX (should be fixed for OSX)
I'm now able to reproduce the issue and working on a fix