4 Oct 2012 5:35 AM #21
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)Sven Tore Iversen
4 Oct 2012 7:08 AM #22
Just tested with Mountain Lion, same cert problemSven Tore Iversen
4 Oct 2012 7:55 AM #23
...sorry for hammering the thread, but I solved the cert issue, but ran into into a new one.
[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 bash-3.2$Sven Tore Iversen
4 Oct 2012 8:16 AM #24
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 workingSven Tore Iversen
4 Oct 2012 9:17 AM #25
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...
4 Oct 2012 9:24 AM #26
Re-opening this to look into the Windows issue. We should be able to update Command separately for this.
4 Oct 2012 10:08 AM #27
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).
5 Oct 2012 11:09 PM #28
220.127.116.11 does not solve the issue...
Change log does not mention that it should either though..Sven Tore Iversen
15 Oct 2012 7:38 AM #29
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)Sven Tore Iversen
18 Oct 2012 11:09 AM #30
I'm now able to reproduce the issue and working on a fix